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Good durability thanks to the 1.2 mm rubber exterior.
Good ball feel thanks to the foam rubber exterior.
Just the right grip for recreational basketball.
Good bounce as the bladder is enveloped in 100% polyester
after using for few day, the black coating(line) eroded.
Dear Mr Mohd Hairi,
First of all, greeting from Decathlon KL East Mall
Thank you for taking the time to write the review! We are truly sorry to hear that our product did not meet your expectations. We have read your feedback and would like to contact you personally in case you would like to highlight any other shortfalls in our service for us to improve ourselves in satisfying your needs as your satisfaction is our top priority.
What we can suggest you is you can come to our store and do the exchange or try our intermediate range product.
It would be a great pleasure if there is anything that I can assist you to redeemed with your unpleasant experience.
Have a great evening ahead and thank you for stopping by and I look forward to see you soon.
Its good and Economical. Quality is also Appreciable.
Gives big match feeling
Good grip, it's worth the money
During dribling this ball rolling one sided which is not good at all very disappointed
I’m so disappointed as it was punctured after half an hour of playing outside. So waste of money.
U have to fill air everyday before its use.Air goes out even if u don't use it
Very very worst product.... basketball that I bought is very low quality....one week I played within....it got shreded till its blader
Had less Air
The ball size depends on the player's age and sex.Size 1: Baby basket, ages 3 and upSize 3: Girls or Boys from 4 to 6 years oldSize 5: Boys from 7 to 11 years / Girls from 7 to 13 years Size 6: Boys from 12 to 13 years / Girls - Women ages 14 and upSize 7: Boys - Men ages 14 and upIf you want a very durable ball, go for a rubber ball. If you want a ball with a good feel, leather or synthetic are what you need.
A basketball that is overinflated or underinflated doesn't give you the best match experience.The recommended pressure is clearly marked on the ball by the manufacturer.Ideally, you should use a pump with a pressure gauge so that you can be more precise.At Tarmak, we recommend a pressure of 0.62 bar.Enjoy your match!
The official height of a basketball basket is 3.05m (rim height).If you want a basketball basket for your child, you need something that will grow with them.For younger kids there isn't an official height so you can choose whatever suits them best.Up to the age of 10, club baskets are set at 2.60m.After the age of 10, both girls and boys play with 3.05m baskets
The design team behind the Tarmak products is based at Kipstadium in Northern France. It is constantly aiming to make basketball a more enjoyable experience.All Tarmak products have been tested in real-life situations by actual players for a number of weeks.These regular tests, along with customer feedback, help us develop our products.Lab tests are also carried out to check our products' various properties
Tarmak is a team of keen basketballers who develop products especially for playing basketball. The entire product range is designed to meet the needs of even the most demanding basketball players and to give you maximum enjoyment during training and matches.
Tarmak is here for anyone playing basketball, from beginners to regulars. Check out our tips for training, kitting yourself out, and playing alone or with friends.https://conseilsport.decathlon.fr/conseils/basketball-al_332
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