SKLZ Star-Kick Solo Soccer Trainer

Jul 3, 2014

Category: Gear

Hey, don’t feel so bad for Team USA; they had a good World Cup run. But, if you were thinking of sending them a consolation gift, scratch the flowers and sympathy cards. We have just the thing.

The SKLZ Star-Kick solo trainer is a really simple and really smart product for improving your soccer skills. You attach the adjustable waistband around your torso, and with a tether that stretches out to 18 feet connecting you and the ball, you never have to chase down your kicks. This means you can practice your ball control, shooting, passing, receiving, juggling, and throw-ins, anywhere, anytime. And we suppose, if pent up frustrations still need to be released, the ball can be substituted for say, a Belgian waffle. [Purchase]

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