Baden Contender Indoor/Outdoor Composite Basketball
|Price:||$26.18 - $49.35|
|Sale:||Lower price available on select options|
- CONTENDER - Whether you’re hooping in the gym or on the blacktop this indoor/outdoor basketball has the toughness you expect out of a street ball with the soft touch of an indoor gamer
- DESIGN - This ball comes with Baden’s Performance Composite Cover providing excellent grip, consistency, and longevity
- PERFECTION - Symmetrical design for a perfectly balanced ball while its wide panel configuration eliminates lumps which prevent inconsistent bounces and turnovers
- ADVANTAGE - The Contender comes with our Recessed Stealth Soft-Valve System which provides the best air retention in the game and comes fully inflated. Spend less time maintaining your ball and more time putting up shots
- AVAILABLE - Intermediate (28.5 in) and Official (29.5 in) sizes
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From the manufacturer
Baden's Contender Basketball boasts a high-quality composite cover designed for indoor/outdoor basketball play. The basketballs symmetrically designed and Stealth Soft-Valve System reduces the amount of exposed rubber from the valve stem, delivering a consistent and reliable playing experience. This balls primary use is as a recreational, camp, and youth practice basketball. The Contender comes in 4 different color combinations, including traditional orange, royal blue, red/white, and red/navy/white. The ball comes in 3 sizes, Junior Size (27.5”), Intermediate Size 6 (28.5”) and official Size 7 (29.5”).
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After six months of indoor use (wood floors only) the ball now appears to be slightly lopsided. Makes me wonder if these were seconds. Sometimes this happens when a ball is sat on or kicked but I'm a coach of 30 years and I treat my basketball like my offspring. I'd be more likely to try a Spalding or Wilson for my next purchase.