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Spalding's Infusion Balls

No pump? No problem. Shooting hoops or playing soccer with a flat ball is like trying to play video games when the jump button is stuck - it totally bites. With an Infusion Ball from Spalding, the days of trying to find a needle and pump to get air into a flat ball are over.

Spalding's Infusion Balls have a built-in micro-pump that pops out of the ball with a simple twist. You just unlock the pump from the ball, pump it up, then slip the pump back into the ball. It's easier than flicking snot at your younger brother. With the Infusion micro-pump, your ball is always perfectly inflated and you're always ready to play. That means you can spend more time taking jump shots and throwing touchdown passes, instead of wasting your time looking for a pump and a needle.

Don't worry, the micro-pump doesn't affect how the ball bounces or handles. Those brainiacs at Spalding designed the balls so they're perfectly balanced and don't wobble around if you're dribbling, kicking or throwing a spiral. Pick up an Infusion Ball for your favorite sport and leave the pumps for the chumps. Spalding makes Infusion Balls for indoor and outdoor basketball, volleyball, soccer and football. An official WNBA Infusion Basketball will be coming out in the summer of 2003. For more info on Infusion Balls, head to www.spalding.com.

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