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Worth 12" NCAA Training RIF Fastpitch Softball

Worth 12" NCAA Training RIF Fastpitch Softball - Dick's Sporting Goods
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During your young player's next practice or workout, have her use the Worth® 12" NCAA® Training Softball. This Fastpitch softball features RIF (Reduced Injury Factor) construction and a soft ProTac exterior, making it a safe bet so that there are no unwanted injuries during practice. She can practice with intensity while staying safe using the Worth® 12" NCAA® Training Fastpitch Softball.

  • Size: 12"
  • Sport: Fastpitch
  • Cover: Yellow ProTac® synthetic leather for heightened durability
  • Core: Soft polyurethane center helps prevent injury
  • Rating: .47 COR
  • Stitching: Raised red seams for enhanced grip
  • League/Certification(s): NCAA® Practice & Recreational
  • Compression: RIF® (Reduced Injury Factor) Level 10 for added safety
  • Balls included per purchase: Individual
  • Recommended Age: 11+
  • Model: NC12S
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Country of Origin: China
Web ID: 3997624

Customer Reviews:

Worth 12" NCAA Training RIF Fastpitch Softball 4.5 5 20 20
we're talking about practice? This is a great indoor practice ball or ball to help players gain confidence. It's feels just like the game ball! July 29, 2014
1st Class This ball is well made and well priced I should of bought three more! June 17, 2014
A great softball for students learning to play softball... I have been teaching in Romania since 1999, and I taught most of my classes to play softball. Since I taught both boys and girls, it was much better to have a ball that wasn't so hard. When we had to play on asphalt, the balls didn't last very long, but now that we are able to play on grass, these balls are ideal for our use. I will take many of them back with me for my former students who love to keep playing softball. February 26, 2014
This product has great features!! perfect ball for training soft but also has some weight perfect for indoors February 25, 2014
Great for Soft Toss Hitting I use this for my girls during soft toss batting practice. Good for hand-eye coordination and light impact during contact. September 13, 2013
Exact size and feel of outdoor ball, only a little softer core for indoor play I used to practice fielding in the gym with the mini squashy balls often used for indoor hitting practice from the tee Those served their purpose, especially since they come in bulk but this NCAA 12 inch practice ball is true to size ( and weight?)so you get in the right habit of opening your glove enough and seeing/feeling the true velocity of your throw. I have a few that I just bounce of the gym ball to practice fielding form and throw against the wall. September 7, 2013
Very good for softball, light weight This softball is great for practice for games. light weight for hitting and catching. Recommend it for softball practices. August 31, 2013
Safer when kids are running around you playing catch Harder to catch than a traditional ball when warming up and not throwing hard. They tend to jump out of the glove if you miss the pocket on light throws. If you get it in the pocket and/or put on some heat, it usually stays put. We use these types a lot at home. I live in a condo and to get daily throwing/catching practice in when kids are running around playing, we must use these balls. The anxiety is just too much with hard balls lol. July 9, 2013
Training Ball Great for Tight Places We keep a bucket of training balls for backyard use. Errant balls pose less risk to neighbors! May 14, 2013
Ok softball It wa ok, just a softball! Bought it for my granddaughter so she could practice hitting & catching. April 30, 2013
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