mitre tensile match ball

The Mitre Tensile match ball is the first of its kind and will be used in all Football League and Scottish Premier League (SPL) matches from the beginning of the 2010/11 season.

This is the new 10 panel Mitre Tensile football, made with an aerodynamic outer to ensure high performance use in all conditions and has over 30% less stitching.

Hand stitched, the Tensile Mitre football ball comes designed from a Clarino micro fibre material, featuring cincap lining for outstanding balance, grip and control in the most demanding conditions.

The unique 10 panel design on this Mitre Tensile football provides the footballer with expectional power, accuracy and control for high performance use at the highest level.

TENSILE’s graphic design is completely unique with each of the 72 Football League clubs and 12 SPL Clubs for the new season each having their own matchballs printed in club colours and their club  badge .

mitre tensile match ball

Nick Crook, Marketing Manager for Mitre, says, Mitre are committed to ball performance, we are very proud of the TENSILE and the innovation and technology used to create the ball underlies what Mitre has been associated with for nearly 200 years.

The TENSILE is a players ball , uses the very latest technology and weve no doubt it will add to the excitement and spectacle of the new season and hopefully more goals!."





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  1. fsc

To be fair, I've always liked Mitre's balls (their kits on the other hand...) and this seems like a pretty decent design.<br /><br />However, you have to wonder how British sportswear companies are going to be able to hold their own in a Nike and Adidas dominated future. <br /><br />Maybe with Umbro's British football heritage resurrection (through Nike investment), other British companies will see a<br />mini-boom?<br /><br />Pony or Admiral, anyone?<br /> :sad:

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