is like having "training wheels." (Footbags are also sometimes called hacky sacks, and they are the same thing, although Hacky Sack is a trademarked name. A sand-filled footbag is heavier and much softer than its predecessor, a plastic pellet-filled footbag. The added softness and weight of sand allows beginners to stall the footbag like the "pros," but the footbag becomes less "kickable" because the sand absorbs the energy of a kick. Plastic pellets and steel ball bearings used as footbag filler reflect the energy of a kick, so are much easier to kick when doing spins and "flyer moves" where the hacky sack is kicked high into the air. In 1995 Flying Clipper introduced its first sand filled footbag, the DirtbagŪ. Today sand filled footbags dominate the market place, while
Note: We will always do our best to fill your preferred color choice but occasionally we must substitute another. If this happens we will send a free gift for our mistake.