MITRE DELTA MAX FFA CUP 2018 MATCH FOOTBALL
Product code #130961
Mitre Delta Max FFA Cup 2018 Match Football
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The Mitre Delta Max FFA Cup football celebrates the passion for real football at every level of the game. As this year's match ball of the FFA Cup - the Mitre Delta Max FFA Cup will be used from the Round of 32 onwards starting July 25th and includes the names of all 720 clubs who participated in the 2017 cup.
The Mitre Delta Max is a durable FIFA Quality Pro approved ball with Mitre's revolutionary Hyperseam technology.
14 Panel Design Technology
Unique configuration of 8 triangles and 6 diamonds provides consistent energy transfer through the ball.
Versatile microfibre synthetic leather outer provides consistency throughout the whole season with every kick. This tough material resists abrasion and remains sturdy.
Interceding rubber layer seperates foam lining to boost strike power transferred from boot to ball, resulting in exceptional speed and performance.
Laminated butyl synthetic bladder is designed to deliver rapid speed, intense power and increased bounce whilst keeping ball shape throughout intense matches.
Crafted wih dual Hyperfoam lining ensuring maximum power in every strike. A soft-feel and cushioned touch increases the players control and confidence on the ball without compromising power.
Imagine the powerful, accurate, speedy performance of a stitched ball, combined with the sturdy, consistent feel of a bonded ball. Mitre delivers this by fusing both construction methods into one. Hyper-seam panels are joined together with high-tension machine stitches and Polyurethane sealed seams. The result is a ball that plays better, lasts longer, and moves faster.
Unique textured surface is engineered to deliver a pure flight path, increased grip and ultimate control. Embossed grooves provide up to 400% more stability at speeds of 30-45mph vs a rivalled flat panel construction.
Professional Match Ball for Grass and Astro Surfaces