We sold out of "skunk logo" soccer balls and decided it was time for a new design, complete with arabica coffee branch graphics. Why? Well, I love soccer, and I hate lousy soccer balls. When I travel to coffee origins, one thing I see is that from India to Ethiopia, from Peru to Honduras, at schoolyards and coffee drying patios, the workers play with lousy duct-taped half-inflated soccer balls.
Not making any high-falutin' claims about quality here: this is a "practice-level" ball that wouldn't pass FIFA in a thousand years. But it holds air and stands up to a beating. Offering them to our customers was not really the intention here, but when you order custom-made soccer balls, you have to purchase a lot. Selling a few will help fund our give-aways to school kids, coffee pickers, and mill workers when I travel. So here it is, with our logo and coffee leaves drawings. By the way, we ship 'em flat - you need a pump.
|Capacity||8-10 lb. PSI|
|Country of Origin||China|