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6-PACK BOX

Always Fresh. Rep After Rep.

The Mint is the ball that lacrosse has been waiting for. By using a new proprietary material and advanced manufacturing processes, ECD has developed a better performing, longer lasting, and safer ball. Players work very hard to ensure their sticks perform consistently, but the ball has always been an uncontrolled variable. Traditional rubber lacrosse balls lose their grip and become hard over time and that has a huge affect on how you play. You may put in 5,000 reps of wall ball at home to perfect your muscle memory, then get to a game and struggle because the ball was different. The Mint's non-rubber polymer allows it to retain its grip month after month, season after season. With the Mint, every rep counts.

The Mint meets NOCSAE SEI standards and is approved for NFHS and NCAA game play.

Always Fresh - Our proprietary, non-rubber, polymer allows the Mint to retain its grip month after month, season after season.

Upgraded Safety - The proprietary material used in each Mint does not become hard over time, which means impact forces do not increase as the ball is used.

Made in the U.S.A. - Every Mint is proudly manufactured in the U.S.A. with the highest quality materials and the most advanced processes.

East Coast Dyes ECD MINT NOCSAE/NFHS/NCAA/SEI Lacrosse Game Balls - Yellow 6-Pack

Rated 4.3 out of 5
3 Reviews
$27.99
$27.99
Brand: East Coast Dyes

Description

6-PACK BOX

Always Fresh. Rep After Rep.

The Mint is the ball that lacrosse has been waiting for. By using a new proprietary material and advanced manufacturing processes, ECD has developed a better performing, longer lasting, and safer ball. Players work very hard to ensure their sticks perform consistently, but the ball has always been an uncontrolled variable. Traditional rubber lacrosse balls lose their grip and become hard over time and that has a huge affect on how you play. You may put in 5,000 reps of wall ball at home to perfect your muscle memory, then get to a game and struggle because the ball was different. The Mint's non-rubber polymer allows it to retain its grip month after month, season after season. With the Mint, every rep counts.

The Mint meets NOCSAE SEI standards and is approved for NFHS and NCAA game play.

Always Fresh - Our proprietary, non-rubber, polymer allows the Mint to retain its grip month after month, season after season.

Upgraded Safety - The proprietary material used in each Mint does not become hard over time, which means impact forces do not increase as the ball is used.

Made in the U.S.A. - Every Mint is proudly manufactured in the U.S.A. with the highest quality materials and the most advanced processes.
average rating 4.3 out of 5
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Reviewed by Kara M.
I recommend this product
Rated 5 out of 5
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Great!

I bought these and some other normal yellow lacrosse balls about a year ago. Now I have noticed the normal balls that I bought about a week after the ECD balls are starting to grease up while The ECD Mint balls are perfectly fine. I would highly recommend these to anyone looking for the lacrosse balls that won''t grease up on you.

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Rated 3 out of 5
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Nice Ball but

So I bought a bunch of Champions and a six pack of Mint''s. So for the Price is it worth it? Honestly I am unsure so:1. Quality Product2. Made in the USA3. Softer ball4. Feels slippery out of the plastic when you open them almost greasy5. Gets dirty quicker and stays dirty so harder to find in the yard6. The more you play with it, the more it has a normal to better grip and feels less slick7. It is about twice the price or better of the cheapos 8. 6 balls for pretty much 30 bucks or 14, the decision is yours. That is as honest of a review I can leave. ECD is a great company, they make awesome products, they are great guys and and are charitable so the extra money may be worth it. I will say I have had a Champion split on me from dinging a post, but not one issue with a mint and I bought them all at the same time.

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