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3 Alpha competition petanque boules

GEOLOGIC

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3 Alpha competition petanque boules

$75.00
5 reviews
5 of 5 people recommends this product
  • 3 Alpha competition petanque boules
  • 3 Alpha competition petanque boules
  • 3 Alpha competition petanque boules
  • 3 Alpha competition petanque boules
  • 3 Alpha competition petanque boules
  • 3 Alpha competition petanque boules
3 Alpha competition petanque boules
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Improve your game and accuracy to get closer to the jack. This certified tri-pack was designed for use at your first tournaments.

BENEFITS

Cushioning

Moderate bounce; versatile boule suitable for competition beginners.

Impact resistance

Hardness rating of 45 HRC (> 146 kg/mm²) and stands up well to impact.

Traction

The satin finish enables better handling. Available in grooved or smooth.

TECHNICAL INFORMATIONS

Available sizes

Range of diameters and weights:

- 70.5 mm - 670 g - smooth
- 72 mm - 690 g - smooth and grooved
- 74 mm - 690 g - smooth and grooved

Hardness

Hard petanque boule

Contents

3 petanque boules and 1 jack.

How to choose the right size

Your choice of petanque boules should be based on several factors.

Your playing style (pointer, shooter, all-rounder) will determine:
- the required bounce (hard, semi-soft, soft, or very soft) - the weight of your boule (heavier for pointers and lighter for shooters) The size of your hand will determine the diameter of the boule.

What does hardness mean for a petanque boule?

The boule’s hardness is expressed in HRC units or kg/mm².
For example, 45 HRC corresponds to 146 kg/mm².

The higher the number, the harder the boule. The harder the boule, the less likely it is to get damaged and the higher its elasticity.

How competition-approved Geologic boules are made

Our competition petanque boules are hollow. This is our manufacturing process: - A lump of steel is heated to +/- 1,000°C and flattened, then stamped or forged into a hemisphere. - The hemispheres are machined inside, welded together, and rotated until they form a sphere. - The boule is then engraved, baked, and dipped into water. - Finally, they are polished or varnished and then inspected.

How to clean your petanque boules

After each match, wipe away dust with a clean cloth. Oil your petanque boules once a month to prevent them from rusting. Regular cleaning lengthens the lifespan of your petanque boules while keeping them in shape for competition.

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