Premium Pink Ball Center Referee Penalty Flag - Black Ball

F132 PINK CENTER REFEREE PENALTY FLAG - BLACK BALL

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  • F132 PINK CENTER REFEREE PENALTY FLAG - BLACK BALL
  • F132 Premium Pink Ball Center Referee Penalty Flag - Black Ball Worn Front View
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Proceeds from each pink item purchased benefit the Kay Yow Cancer Fund.

Description

Show your support for breast cancer awareness with the pink with black ball center penalty flag, which is the same flag used in the NFL. Now available in pink with black ball.

FEATURES

  • Deluxe pink ripstop nylon is durable, fade-resistant, and not noisy and crinkly to the touch, like lesser quality flags.
  • Fully bound edges resist fraying.
  • Weighted ball in the center
  • Patented double-taped "bullseye" design flies straighter to the spot of the foul.
  • Measures approximately 12" in length
  • Weighs approximately 1.9 ounces
  • This product is manufactured in Florida, U.S.A.

 

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November 1, 2022   Verified Purchase
Same quality as the yellow penalty flag with the black ball center. Good balance and distance on longer throws.
September 1, 2022   Verified Purchase
Highly visible flag, is made well.
October 25, 2020   Verified Purchase
Excellent quality.

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