***NEW AND IMPROVED***
BUSTING YOUR BALLS LATELY?? Medicine Balls that is.
The RX Med Ball Cover is reinforced with triple stitched seams and is designed to slip right over your medicine ball with busted seams or torn stitching to give it an extended life. Each seam is stitched and reinforced with backing. The cover is designed to cover a med ball with a 14in diameter or 43.25in circumference and comes with a black lace.
Purchase five(5) or more and get 10% off each Med Ball Cover.
**Depending on the original medicine ball being covered the final products shape may not be 100% round**
We purchased 5 just to see how they would do. Putting on the covers was like me putting on my skinny jeans that were dried one too many times in the dryer. It took a lot of pulling, stretching, cussing, and after breaking out in a sweat, the covers were on! My husband's job was to tie them up. He used his feet to hold the ball down and pulled hard to get it tight. They look brand new! And they were half the cost of a new wall ball! I just ordered another 9 to finish the rest of the batch.
We recently ordered a few med ball covers for our broken, unusable balls. They are holding up incredibly and definitely better than buying new balls for double the price!!
It is a workout itself to get these covers wrapped on your med ball, depending on the manufacturer (works better on Dynamax) Once it is on, it works great.
Glad i bought this :)
We ordered 5 of these for our 2-year-old 20#-ers that were beginning to spit black filling at athletes. I wish there were a video of someone installing these; while the instructions are clear, there is a lot of force required to pull the cover closed. Then, the balls often have a rugby-like shape until they get smashed a little bit. We just put the cover directly over the Dynamax cover, so maybe we're supposed to remove the old cover first? I don't know. It doesn't look like it. A video demonstration of someone actually cramming a ball into this thing and lacing it would be very helpful. As much of a pain as it is to lace each one, it's still cheaper than buying new ones!