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 Hakt International take this opportunity to introduce ourselves as manufacturing comprehensive range of unconditionally guaranteed soccer balls, sports wear and goal keeper gloves. We manufactured by highly skilled and experienced craftsmen sewn by hand. According to international official size, weight, and standard in different designs and multi colors for all weather. We have world class designer, we can make design on the demand of our valuable customers. We give free of cost replacement of faulty supplied products. Let us please secure your attention to serve you better.We have good business relations for our good mutual benefits.

Choosing the right size ball
The first step in purchasing a soccer ball is determining the proper size for your age
group. Many soccer leagues have different size requirements, so be sure to check
with your coach to find out which is the proper size. Soccer balls come in three different
sizes which range from size 3 to size 5.
Size 3
* Size 3 balls are the smallest balls and generally used for children under the page of 8.
*These balls are generally 23-24 inches in circumference and weight between 11-12 ounce
Size 4
* Size 4 balls are used for player between the ages 8-12.
* Size 4 balls weight between 12-13 ounce and have a circumference of 25-26 inches
Size 5
* This is the international standard match ball for all ages 13 and older, including all adult play
* The size 5 ball weights between 14-16 ounce and have a circumference of 27-28 inches.
Cover
Your choice for the cover of the soccer ball depends on how much you want to spend and your level of skill.
* Synthetic
* The best quality soccer balls are all made of synthetic materials
* Synthetic balls offer superior feel and softness, but are generally less durable and less water-resistant than their polyurethane counterparts
* They are also more expensive
* Polyurethane
* PU soccer balls offer the benefits of synthetic (for feel) and plastics (for durability)
* These balls are made of a durable synthetic material that offers a feel much like leather
* These balls are very durable - only slightly less than PVC,scuff-resistant, and water-resistant
* They often have a glossy coating for additional protection
* PVC
* PVC balls are molded out of plastic-like PVC material and are generally the least expensive balls
* These arevery durable, scuff-resistant and water-resistant but offer less feel and softness than polyurethane balls
* The often have glossy coating for additional protection
panels
* The number of panels -- the different segments that make up the outside of the ball -- varies for each design
* A 32-panel ball is the most common and is the type used in most professional matches
* Other traditional designs are 18 and 26-panel constructions, used in various professional leagues, including Major League Soccer
* Fewer panels generally means the ball can be curved more when kicked because of less stability to the cover
* Panel can be either stitched or glued:
* Stitched
* The highest quality balls are stitched with a polyester or similar thread
* High-end balls are hand-stitched, while most mid-priced balls are machine stitched
* Glued
* Lower-end, practice balls generally have the panels glued together onto the lining
* These offer a harder feel and are generally less expensive than stitched balls
Lining
* Lining are insered between the cover/panels and the bladder to provide shape,feel,control and structure
* Higher end balls usually have four layers of polyester and cotton lining for superior shape retention and durability
* Mid-level balls generally comprised of two or three layers of cotton and two layers of polyester
* Lower-priced balls generally are constructed of two layers of polyester
Bladder
The bladder is the inside partof the ball that is filled with air. Most balls use butyl valves for air retention, with higher end using a silicone-treated valve for superior performance. Don`t forget to buy a small pump and some needles to keep
* Latex
* These traditional bladders are soft and offer a good feel
* Latex bladders are generally used on higher-quality balls
* They do not hold air as well and generally require more frequent filling
* Butyl
* These bladders retain air better thar latex bladders
* Most mid-priced soccer balss utilize a butyl bladder that combines 70-80% butyl with rubber