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These medium-density soccer balls have a softer, lower bounce for non-intimidating play yet feature our durable pick-proof coating for lasting play!
Ideal for Skill Development
The sting reduction and medium-density foam design of the SoftScore Balls allows younger students to catch, toss, and kick with success and without intimidation!
Combine the soft-touch construction with its low-bounce nature and younger students will love these to develop proper technique. And, with a lower bounce, these balls can be used in smaller spaces. The light weight and softness makes them great for introductions to soccer skills, such as catching, and dribbling.
The premium cover helps the ball maintain its shape and performance for many years, even with routine use and abuse. Our premium-coating protects the foam from damage as it's pick and crack proof, as well as moisture and fade resistant. This design makes it great for use in school settings. You can even use SoftScore balls outdoors as the moisture-resistant cover prevents the elements from absorbing into the foam.
SoftScore is available in a variety of colors and options so it's easy to match the ball to your activity and students. Choose Screamin' colors to create eye-popping excitement with balls that can't be lost. Rainbow Sets allow for organization of teams or drills by color in seconds.
Gopher SoftScore Coated-Foam Ball Options
Gopher SoftScore Coated-Foam Balls are available in sets of 6 in Rainbow and Screamin' Colors.
Composite: Offers superior touch and softness. The best for competition. Polyurethane: Provides a soft touch, with durability and water-resistance. For practice or match play. PVC: Durable and scuff/water-resistant, but not as soft as polyurethane. For practice and recreation. Rubber: Waterproof and the most durable, especially on asphalt. Great for institutional use. Felt/Suede: The softest, friendliest cover material. Exclusively for indoor use.
C-2: The best touch and rebound, but with improved air-retention due to its mix of carbon and latex. Latex: Offers superior touch and rebound. Least air-retention quality; requires more frequent filling. Butyl/Rubber: Retains air exceptionally well and provides uniform pressure dispersion.