Best NFL Team 2017 Wilson “The Duke” Official NFL Game Football
Looking for the best NFL official game football? Well, I present to you Wilson “The Duke”
The all-American made in USA, made from Wilson exclusive WE Leather cover material and composite Double Laces.
- Official size and weight NFL game ball
- Official game ball of the National Football League
- Deep pebbles and firm texture and enhanced grip ability
- Features NFL Commissioner’s Roger Goodell signature stamp
- Leather cover, 3-ply VPU bladder, and double lacing for reinforcement
- Dedicated to football legend Wellington “Duke” Mara
WHY “THE DUKE”?
The Duke is designed with the serious competitor in mind, with genuine hand-sewn, Tanned in Tack leather for superior playability and grip, and 3-ply VPU bladder for maximum durability and air retention. Other features include double lacing, the official NFL seal in gold, and Commissioner Roger Goodell signature stamp.
The return of The Duke. Wellington “The Duke” Mara passed away in October 2005 at the age of 89 after dedicating 81 years to the New York Giants as an administrator, owner, and unwavering booster. In 1940, heeding the advice of influential team owners Tim Mara of the New York Giants and George Halas of the Chicago Bears, the NFL selected Wilson as the league’s official football supplier.
The following year, Wilson introduced a redesigned football and named it “The Duke” in honor of Mara’s son, Wellington. The Duke stayed in play for nearly three decades until the NFL and AFL merged in 1969.
“THE DUKE” OFFICIAL NFL GAME BALL
“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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