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DUNLOP PRO

(1 customer review)

$15.00$52.00

Dunlop Pro Double Dot Squash Ball

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Description

DUNLOP PRO DOUBLE DOT SQUASH BALL

Double yellow dot squash balls for tournament and competitive players.

Dunlop continues to push the boundaries of squash ball performance resulting in the manufacture of a ball range of the highest specification that supports both recreational and professional play.

The unrivalled performance, durability and consistency of Dunlop Squash Balls are the reasons why Dunlop continues to be the official ball of the World Squash Federation (WSF), Professional Squash Association (PSA) and Women’s International Squash Players Association (WISPA).

SQUASH BALL LIFESPAN TIP
Squash balls do not last forever. In most cases, they will last 15-20 games. Once the logo is no longer visible on the ball, the exterior coating has worn off and the ball will no longer bounce and roll properly. Instead, shiny balls skid across the floor leading to a signficant deterioration in the overall game experience. Remembering to replace your balls once the logo disappears will help you become a better squash player.


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商店地址: 310-2525 Woodview Dr SW T2W 4N4

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Product Details

ESW 0.300 kg
ESD 18 × 12 × 5 cm
QUANTITY

1 Ball, 3 Balls, 12 Balls

Item Type

Brand

Sport

1 review for DUNLOP PRO

  1. Kiefer Waite (verified owner)

    To be honest, I have found Dunlop squash balls to be, to a large extent, overrated. Although everybody insists on using Dunlops when playing, the quality of their balls isn’t noticably worse or better than any other balls that I’ve used. Once the logo has rubbed off, they are trash, just like any other squash ball.

    Dunlop balls aren’t necessarily bad, but they are really no different than any other ball and don’t warrant the extra cost in my opinion. Unless you’re hosting a tournament that requires Dunlop balls, you could definitely get squash balls of the same quality for cheaper with another brand.

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