Whitehawk manager Steve King has been trying out the new Nike Ordem Ball 2 footballs.
It’s the official 2014/2015 Premier League football.
Steve Kings says:
“They are great to strike, easy to control and have a good true flight.”
“Although they seem slightly heavier than the balls we use and have a firm feel they are still soft on the boot.”
Created by Nike to deliver unprecedented flight control, outstanding touch and maximum visibility, the Ordem 2 football features new AEROW TRAC grooves, fuse-welded panels and RaDaR technology.
Engineered by Nike for a responsive feel and to explode off the foot upon connection, the Ordem 2 ball is constructed with 12 fuse-welded panels in a 3-layer casing system and a poly-blend wrapped, free-floating carbon latex bladder.
Designed to grip and channel the air to produce the truest trajectory and most consistent flight, the ball’s surface is debossed with NIKE AEROW TRAC grooves that help to ensure mid-air stability and accuracy.
Nike RaDaR (Rapid Decision and Response) technology, a graphic that creates a flickering effect as the ball rotates, allows for instant identification so you can spot the ball quicker and react faster.
The bll delivers unprecedented flight control, outstanding touch and maximum visibility, the Ordem 2 football features new AEROW TRAC grooves, fuse-welded panels and RaDaR technology.
Here’s a link to a full review
This ball is an update on the original Nike Ordem ball which was used in the film Straight Down the Middle. The film features a lighthearted golf game between Wayne Rooney and Rory McIlroy. Rooney just takes the new Nike Ordem Ball, while Rory McIlroy uses a Nike golf club to complete the course. The short film also features Ronaldo.