R300 Size 5 Rugby Ball - White/Turquoise/Orange



Made for learning to play and training.This rugby ball is available in 3 sizes: T3 : 5 - 9 years, S4: 10 - 14 years, S5: 15 years and over.
The handling grip and durability make this an excellent ball for training, especially for beginners and rugby clubs.
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GripHighly embossed surface for better handling grip.
DurabilityHand-stitched seams. Triple lamination.
Waranty2 Years
Technical Information

Technical details
Not all of our balls are made in the same way. The panels can be stitched in different ways: machine stitched or hand stitched for more resistance to wear, better shape retention, and therefore better performance.A ball's grip is what lets you control it when passing and receiving.
A ball for beginners and for learning
As a beginner, you'll want a fun ball that's easy to handle: get something light and grippy from the 100 or 300 range
A ball for regular play
If you train or play matches regularly, you'll need a durable ball that stays inflated and is comfortable on both your hands and feet. The 500 and 900 ranges are just your thing.
World Rugby standards
All our balls comply with World Rugby standards for match use.For size 5:Shape: the ball should be oval and composed of four panels.Dimensions: length: 280 to 300 millimetres, circumference: 740 to 770 millimetres, width: 580 to 620 millimetresLeather or synthetic leather materials.Weight: 410 to 460 grammes.Air pressure at the start of the match: 65.71 to 68.75 kilopascals or 0.67 to 0.70 kg per cm2
Choosing the right size
There are different sizes of ball available. For younger children (aged 5 to 9), choose a size 3 ball: lighter and easier to handle. For children aged 10 to 14, go for a size 4 ball. For anyone older than 14, choose a size 5 ball.To help you, the size is written on the ball.
Our balls are designed in partnership with our technical partners Jean-Marc Doussain and Jonathan Wisniewski, who play professionally in the TOP14. They help us improve our balls by getting involved at every stage of the design process, and by validating them during tests that reproduce real-life playing conditions.
Information / Concept / Technologie
Outcover : 80.0% Rubber - Butadiene Rubber (BR), Outcover : 20.0% Rubber - Natural Rubber (NR) - Latex Backing : 70.0% Polyester (PES), Backing : 30.0% Cotton Bladder : 60.0% Rubber - Styrene Butadiene Rubber (SBR), Bladder : 40.0% Rubber - Natural Rubber (NR) - Latex

Complies with World Rugby and International Rugby Federation standards.

Product test
Developed in collaboration with our technical partners Jonathan WISNIEWSKI, fly half for RC Toulon - TOP 14 and Jean Marc DOUSSAIN, fly half for Stade Toulousain - TOP14.

Stockage tips
Store in a dry and ventilated place, away from the humidity.


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full h 300 size 5 rugby ball
Used for 2 to 8 weeks
excellent ball both for passing and kicking
Rugby ball
Used for 2 to 8 weeks
Good quality for a practice ball. Grippy and seams pretty flat and for the money a great buy. Have bought a size 3 as well for my son. Be aware that different colours denote different sizes as not totally clear on site. Very pleased.
Kipsta ball
Used for 2 to 8 weeks
ball itself is fine....it was very hard though, overinflated.
Rugby ball!
Used for 2 to 8 weeks
Wasn't stitched very well, soon came apart and didn't feel fully blown up.
Good quality, kids like it, great value.
Used for 2 to 8 weeks
Good quality, kids like it, great value.
Good quality
Rugby ball
Used for 1 week or less
Bought for my 4 yr old grandson and he loves it - easy for him to handle
Correct size
To bad
After 1 day throwing in the park, wich was great, empty. When i squeezed the ball i noticed air escaping from the sides.
Response of the brand
Hello Mr Van Den Broek,

Thank you for taking the time to give us feedback on the product. Sorry to hear that you had a bad experience with the rugby ball. You can take the product back to your local store to exchange the product or for a full refund.

Apologies again for your bad experience.

Ben Hatton Team Sports Market Manager DECATHLON
Kai found this answer helpful
Kipsta the besta!
Used for More than 1 year
Kipsta balls for training our U'11 players have been very well received by all kids. Our drills are coming along nicely.
Dog proof
Used for 7 to 12 months
Rugby balls are great for children and dogs because they never go the way you want them to when they bounce. This means loads of exercise for both dog and child. I wasn't sure the ball would survive a visit from my parents' dogs but the bouncy working spaniel puppy loved it and didn't manage to put a hole in it although he's killed the surface trying.
Survived a spaniel attack!
Quite hard
Used for 2 to 8 weeks
Good for practice, mini and proper game, for all ages.
Tough and durable, good weight
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