Nike Ordem Match Ball

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This is the new Nike Ordem football which is available here.

Coloured yellow, orange, black and green, the ball features "Fuse-Welded" panels, NIKE AEROW TRAC grooves for aerodynamics and Nike RaDaR technology to aid visibility.

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The ball consists of 12 fuse-welded panels in a 3-layer casing system, and a poly-blend wrapped, free-floating carbon latex bladder, with debossed NIKE AEROW TRAC grooves on the surface.  These grooves are engineered to grip and channel the air to improve trajectory and consistent flight, helping stability and accuaracy in mid-air. 

The graphic pattern - Nike’s RaDaR (Rapid Decision and Response) technology - creates a flickering effect as the ball rotates making it easier to see in a player’s peripheral vision and allowing for faster reactions and decision-making.

The ball is seen in a new advert starring Wayne Rooney (with Rory McIlroy) playing football golf, 'Straight Down The Middle',  and will be used by all Nike-sponsored Federations (including the ten World Cup qualifiers) in international friendly games from early 2014.

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Guest
-6 # Guest 2013-12-05 01:38
Very Nice this ball. :P
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0 # Guest 2014-02-06 00:38
THIS BALL IS REVOLUTIONARY. ANYONE FROM ADIDAS, SHOVE IT. THIS IS BETTER THAN YOUR BRASUCA 8)
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specter208
-5 # specter208 2013-12-05 05:09
Excellent looking ball.
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+6 # Guest 2013-12-05 11:00
Lot better than that awful pink version that's being used in the FA Cup this season. I would have the thought England should be using the World Cup ball instead; they need all the help they can get.
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+5 # Guest 2013-12-05 11:42
Haha! You just got to love Nike and their bull s h i t marketing spiel - "RaDaR technology"??!!!
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+5 # Guest 2013-12-05 14:55
Dear Nike, Adidas, Puma, etc...
We do not need any more new footballs. It is not necessary.
Thanks
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+1 # Guest 2013-12-05 21:30
But how else can we make more bunce?
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+3 # Guest 2013-12-05 15:20
If the ball is not called Tango or Questra I'm not interested.
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+4 # Guest 2013-12-06 12:34
Tight shit Nike! :lol:

Its epic. I f u c k i n g love it!
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Guest
-1 # Guest 2013-12-06 22:39
Balding smiley face character with sunburn... Or just a ball
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+3 # Guest 2013-12-07 01:28
I hope I get as many thumbs up as Yorkshirtimp for insulting Nike.
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-1 # Guest 2013-12-11 02:43
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+1 # Guest 2013-12-28 16:15
What's wrong with a standard 32 panel ball in white? All these 'fuse welded' panels, grooves and graphics make no difference to the ball's performance. It's all a case of smoke and mirrors. Resist, people, resist!
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0 # Guest 2013-12-28 16:53
So what if you don't like it. This ball is designed for use by proffesional footballers who demand the best equipment. You are just asking for attention stating that somehow a 32-Panel ball is better than something that has had weeks of development time.
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-1 # Guest 2013-12-28 18:40
Quoting Nubbin:
So what if you don't like it. This ball is designed for use by proffesional footballers who demand the best equipment. You are just asking for attention stating that somehow a 32-Panel ball is better than something that has had weeks of development time.


It's the professional footballers that say these new balls are rubbish. Except those who are sponsored by the brand in question. Then they'd say bird muck is brilliant if it had a logo on it!
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