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Nerf Weather Blitz Football

Don't let bad weather affect your football game. Play in the rain, sleet or snow with the Nerf Weather Blitz football.

Nerf Weather Blitz Football - All Weather Action

Nasty weather always makes for better backyard football games. The Nerf Weather Blitz football is designed for those rough, tough down and dirty, football games - the kinds of games where your backyard looks like Lambeau Field after a week of rain and you end up soaking wet and covered in mud. Playing in the pouring rain on a beat up backyard that looks more like a swamp than a football field? No problem. Trying to throw deep to a receiver during a winter blizzard? No worries. The Nerf Weather Blitz football has a weather resistant surface and finger grips so the ball won't slip from your hand during bad weather conditions.

Nerf Weather Blitz Football - Always Ready

The Nerf Weather Blitz football is slightly smaller than a regulation sized football, so you'll be able to get a lot of distance on your throws - which is great for wide open pass and catch games. Whether you're playing football on a mud-soaked field in the pouring rain or trying to evade tacklers in a nasty snow storm - the Nerf Weather Blitz football will be ready. The Weather Blitz football comes in yellow and black or orange black.

For more info on the Nerf Weather Blitz Football and to play the Nerf Weather Blitz QB Challenge online video game, head to the Weather Blitz Football official site.

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    BeautifulBelle
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