G-TR4000 Training Ball
Ball skill training is essential for enhancing players’ match play so they can showcase their boosted performance when it counts. A ball that can ensure players develop these skills before a match allows them to be one step ahead of their opposition and score the match-winning try when it counts.
The G-TR4000 hand stitched training ball is exactly what clubs, schools, juniors and minis, need to prepare themselves for every match situation. The new TRI grip technology features a patented triangular surface grip pattern, a huge leap forward in grip technology on training balls. After extensive tests, Gilbert have shown that this more defined pattern is extremely hard wearing and allows more surface area contact with the ball when handling . Along with this, the durable rubber surface ensures players can be confident when manoeuvring the ball to their teammates.
The G-TR4000, is available in sizes 5, 4 and 3 and comes in navy, blue, black, red and fluro for every team’s needs and preferences.
If you want to experience the top training balls from the number one ball suppliers, the G-TR4000 is the one for you.
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