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The ORIGINAL tough training ball – The Mitre Tactic is long life and high value.
Available in size 5, 4 & 3 options, the Tactic Training Ball is highly recommended for use long-term on any surface and in a training situation.
The reliable 18 panel construction is manufactured to the highest and tightest specification to deliver the ultimate in power, accuracy, consistency and control. Manufactured using a rubber laminate that resists any surface but still keeps its shape and responsiveness.
The Mitre Tactic uses a latex bladder to deliver ultimate power in play. This does mean it will require inflation before each session to the recommended pressure.
To avoid damaging your Mitre football, care should be taken when inserting the inflation needle into the ball when using your Mitre pump, particularly on first inflation (remember your Mitre ball will be shipped deflated). We recommend you use Mitre Glycerine to lubricate the inflation needle, this will allow it to be inserted smoothly and carefully. Once inserted, inflate your ball to the desired pressure; there is a recommended pressure printed by the valve and the maximum pressure should not be exceeded. The amount of pressure inside the ball will significantly affect performance and could affect ball lifespan. To check ball pressure we recommend you use a Mitre Pressure Gauge, this will help set the ball pressure before use and ensure you get the most from your football. For match play, we recommend you inflate the ball to the maximum recommended pressure; for training, a pressure at the lower end of the recommended tolerance is advised
After care – if you use your ball in wet / muddy conditions, we recommend that you clean off any excessive dirt with a damp cloth (do not clean in a bath or shower), before allowing to dry naturally in an airy place and away from the cold (use a Mitre Mesh Ball Sack to store where possible). Balls should not be force dried with heat as this may damage the ball.