What is the Premier League Winter Ball? All about PL’s new ball in Winter 22/23 season.
Premier League Winter Ball
The New NIKE FLIGHT PREMIER LEAGUE BALL 22-23 HI-VIS WINTER is finally here and it has got all the football fans warmed up. The new Premier League Winter Ball takes inspiration from the first-ever Premier League football. This season marks Nike’s 23rd as the official ball supplier for the Premier League. The New Nike HI-VIS Premier League Winter Ball picture is given below. Here is everything about the Premier League Winter Ball.
This new Premier League Winter Football uses the same ground-breaking Aerowsculpt technology as its predecessor, but as England’s days are shortening due to winter, the new ball will deliver higher visibility in darker conditions. In contrast to the first Premier League 22-23 ball, the new Hi-Vis 22-23 Premier League ball has a modern design and different color schemes. The Nike Hi-Vis 2022-2023 Premier League Winter Ball has a combination of a yellow base with the color scheme of the Premier League that are, pink, dark purple, and light blue.
Reportedly, the new Premier League Winter Football has a revolutionary design that has developed over 8 years ago and has gone through 1,700 hours of testing. It also has the Signature Premier League graphics, along with 3D-printed ink fine tunes ball flight that enhances cleat contact. The Nike Aerowsculpt Technology molded grooves produce 30% truer flight compared to the 2019-20 Nike Merlin Football.
The foundation of the stylish new Hi-Vis ball will add another aspect to top-flight PL matches, starting with Leicester City vs Manchester City on Saturday, 29th October 2022.
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