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Gilbert Rebounder Training Rugby Ball

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

Gilbert Rebounder Rugby Ball

Gilbert, one of the most trusted names in rugby, has long been known as an innovator in rugby ball technology. Their rebounder half ball revolutionizes training.

The half ball design features a flattened end of the ball, perfect for passing against a wall, off either hand, to improve technique. The Rebounder emulates the weight, feel, and flight of a standard size 5 ball. As you pass the ball against the wall, the rebounder (when passed correctly) will return directly to the passer. This makes perfecting your passing game possible, and allows players to train passing styles with both hands independently. Featuring a Truflight Valve, a unique valve shape and placement that redistributes weight along the seams of the ball to improve rotational stability, resulting in greater accuracy on passes. The durable rubber match ball surface means the Rebounder will be comfortable in hand. The Rebounder also has a Hydratec barrier, a technical fabric that utilizes a water resistant lamination to protect the ball from the elements by repelling dirt and water.

Features:

  • Hand stitched to ensure quality and careHalf ball design
  • Training ball
  • Enhanced rotational stability for passing accuracy
  • Durable rubber surface
  • Water resistant

Ball Care:

  • Prior to training or match, use a soft cloth, light detergent and warm water to remove dirt and residue from your rugby ball. This ensures that the grip remains in prime condition for maximum length of time.
  • Store in a dry environment

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Unavailable for shipping to Canada. All balls will ship deflated.

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HOW TO INFLATE A RUGBY BALL

1. In order to get the needle into the ball, dampen the needle with water.

2. The valve for the ball is situated in the main panel, but on the match balls the valve is hidden in the seam.

3. Make sure there is enough space for the needle to go all the way in without touching the facing inside wall of the ball. Not doing this may puncture the ball from the inside. Hold the neck of the valve with two fingers. Pinch it, wet the needle and slide it in.

4. It also helps to grip the entry point from underneath to make sure the needle goes all the way in.

5.The most mentioned problem when inflating balls is that the needle isn’t inserted into the bladder. If you hear air escaping, you haven’t put the needle all the way into the bladder of the ball.


SHIPPING & RETURNS

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