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The Victory™ MAX has a tough yet soft build featuring an extreme panel design that takes soccer training to the next level. Whether you’re teaching students how to kick a soccer ball, coaching a team, or practicing at home, these cool Size 5 practice soccer balls will liven up the field.
This MAXimized soccer ball has a tough, glossy polyurethane cover with all-weather multi-layer technology that shields the ball from extreme weather conditions during outdoor play and improves lifespan. The tough cover and natural rubber bladder help to retain the ball’s shape and air while giving it a soft feel and response.
Great for Developing Skills
The ball’s cushion-foam layering provides players with a non-intimidating feel, perfect for soccer skill building. The panels are hand-stitched with intense graphics that step beyond the traditional hexagon pattern to allow players to better track the ball’s spin. Younger players and students who are not yet ready to use the official Size 5 ball can develop their skills on the smaller Size 4.
Great Class Organization
The Rainbow® colors don’t just help players track the ball during its flight — they also allow for easier class organization. Assign teams or groups and designate drills according to the color of the ball.
Victory™ MAX Soccer Ball Options
Victory™ MAX Soccer Balls are available in Rainbow® Sets of 6 or Individually in 2 sizes.
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.