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Peyton Manning Vortex Ultra-Lite Football

Go long. I mean very, very, very, long! When you throw this Nerf football, you will think you are Peyton Manning the way this baby flies!

Pass Like a Pro

Ever wonder what it would feel like to have Peyton's arm? The Nerf Vortex Ultra Lite allows you to launch 40 yard passes like they were two-foot putts. Its lightweight design and aerodynamic tail help get this football get the maximum yardage. It is sleek looking, and the green, purple and blue colors give it a very summer-looking feel. Throwing "hail mary's" and TD passes has never been this fun. On the receiving end, this ball can be a little tough to catch because it is small. But it does have a highly visible nose so that you can keep your eye on the ball easier. With Peyton's signature on the tail, people will know you have a football that was approved by the best quarterback in the NFL! Retail - $14 US.

Throwing Tips

To get the max distance with the Nerf Vortex Ultra Lite, make sure you snap your wrist to give it a good spiral when you throw. Remember to follow through and don't put your arm down after you throw for about 10 seconds. Always look at the target you are throwing at before and after the pass. For short passes, keep the pass low and quick. For long passes, don't throw it too high. A lot of your power comes from your hips and legs, so remember to properly shift your weight when you throw.


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