Wilson TDY Youth Traditional Composite Game Footballs have patented ACL laces, exclusive Wilson patterns and a durable composite leather cover. Combining the same WIlson "TD" family of patterns with composite leather technology and patented ACL laces the GST composite family is a great option for feel and control for practice, developing players, or inclement weather games.
Similar Items by Category: Football > Balls > Competition
Mikasa NFHS Official Composite Rubber...
Wilson NCAA Composite Footballs
ST5 Soft Touch Leather Footballs-NFHS/NCAA
Champro "500" Performance Footballs
Wilson TDJ Traditional Leather Game...
Wilson NCAA 1003 GST Leather Game Footballs
Wilson GST TDY Composite Leather Game...
Wilson WTF1100 NFL Leather Game Footballs
Champion Official NCAA Pro Composite...
Baden QB1 All-Weather Game NFHS Footballs
Rawlings ST5 COMP Game Ball Leather...
Mikasa NFHS Official Composite Leather...
Rawlings ST5H Hybrid NCAA/NFHS Official...
Rawlings PRO5 Game Ball Footballs NFHS/NCAA
Wilson K2 Traditional Leather Game Footballs
Wilson TDS Traditional Leather Game...
ST5 Pro Preferred Leather Footballs-NFHS/NCAA
Tachikara NFHS F10L Micro-Fiber Composite...
Baden Perfection Deuce Series NFHS Footballs
Wilson NCAA 1005 Traditional Game Footballs
Patented ACL Laces, exclusive Wilson patterns and a durable composite leather cover combine to offer a more affordable alternative to our famous traditional leather series of game footballs. Combining the same WIlson "TD" family of patterns with composite leather technology and patented ACL laces the GST composite family is a great option for feel and control for practice, developing players, or inclement weather games.
Product #: WTF1714
League Approvals: Approved for play in all major youth leagues
Size / Pattern: Youth size for 12-14 year olds
Leather: Composite Leather
Balls may be shipped deflated and must be inflated before using.
Due to color differences in monitors, the colors on this site are for reference only. Please contact Epic Sports if you have any color questions.
B. COLASUONO (New Jersey) on August 14, 2011