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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
The return of The Duke.
At the heart of sports history for almost a century, Wilson has been influential and intimately involved in shaping the games of tennis, golf, baseball, and American football. As the originator of breakthrough technologies, Wilson has produced legendary classics and earned world-wide legitimacy in each sport it participates in. The world's leading manufacturer of ball sports equipment, Wilson's core sports include tennis, baseball, American football, golf, basketball, softball, badminton, and squash. A division of Helsinki-based Amer Sports, Wilson is headquartered in Chicago.
"The Duke" is hand crafted
Authenticity. It’s what the American spirit is all about, and it’s the pure essence of Wilson football. Today, the American dream is truly alive in Ada, Ohio. It’s in this factory where American hands passionately make every single Wilson leather football. We’re not just proud to make the best footballs in the world. We’re proud to say we make them right here in America.
"The Duke", named in honor of football legend Wellington "Duke" Mara, is the official game ball of the NFL. Wilson has been the official game ball of the NFL since 1941. Hand crafted in Ada, Ohio "The Duke" has an exclusive pattern to the NFL using hand picked Wilson Leather and double laces for added texture and control. Every NFL Game Ball sold in stores is inspected by hand and must pass the same specifications as those used on the field every fall.
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Official "Duke" football. What do I need to review? If it's good enough for the NFL, it's good enough for me. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Eric
I've been wanting this football for awhile now and finally got it!. It is what I expected it to be!Published 10 days ago by Robert Edler
It's a genuine Duke Football. It's too expensive, but it is an Official Game Ball, so...Published 14 days ago by Dr. Christopher M. Minio