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Ordered 7 of these as practice balls for 2 rec teams I help coach. Tired of tending to the kids' flat, leaking, wrong size, etc. and looking for some consistency in the equipment. I initially ordered a GoSports 6 pack for $50, those were plasticky toys and returned. Most balls under $20 are cheap PVC, maybe a replica club ball if on sale. These are really decent, playable PU balls, with some issues: - The balls are not round immediately. They have a thick, 4.5mm cover and foam padding that deforms a bit in the deflated state. Pump them up to 10psi and they look eggish at first. Let them sit for a couple of days. Deflate to 9psi and they are ready to play. - Other reviews indicate the thick cover is subject to dent/puncture type damage when hitting sharp objects. Time will tell. - 2 of the 7 were still not fully round after several days inflated and will need to be returned. - The regular Impel were $13, I couldn't find the Impel Plus on Prime and these Impel Max were $18. I imagine the regular Impel would be similar to the Max, only difference is the hyperseam bonding and color pattern. There is some residual glue at the Max seams, but is rubbed or pulled off easily. - These are the 2018 version and new color patterns were released in 2021, if that matters to you. Look to be the same ball construction.
Take the minimal time to check and prep these soccer balls and you'll have the best value trainer under $20. The thick cover makes the ball softer and safer for U12-U5 kids learning headers. The Vimini texture is grippy and helps with control over the slick low end balls. The bonded seams will be more waterproof. All 7 I ordered held air well over the course of a week.
The Select #10 balls we use for scrimmage and match play are definitely of a higher quality but need to be pumped up regularly and cost almost triple. If the club or school were paying, I would've ordered those. On my dime, I looked at dozens of soccer balls under $25 and chose these as the best balance of cost and quality for our needs.
Fantastic size for my 6 year old. It has a slightly textured surface so feels a lot nicer than glossier alternatives. Don’t over-fill as it’s like a rock to kick, but when filled correctly it’s a great little ball
Good ball (size 3). Played with by 6 and 9 year old boys (and me obvs). Played with on concrete mainly right now as garden and parks are really muddy and wet but standing up so far. Nothing I can say other than I wasn’t disappointed in the feel or quality.
Bought out of lockdown this is probably an £8-£9 ball but market forces apply so ended up paying £13. You could go cheaper but with some unknown brands out there thought I’d stick to one I knew from my childhood. Not let me down so far and the boys love it!
This ball has lasted ages still in very good shape and stitches are still tight after a good hammering.
We haven't used it as a team game football or a training ball just a kick about in parks etc. The ball hasn't gone down like all the other brands the surface is still like new even though it has been through hedges etc.
I would definitely recommend this football and if we want another I will buy another in the future.