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After 38 years, Flying Clipper is announcing a reduction in juggle ball production. As we sell through current inventories, we will decide on what stays and what does not. We thank everyone for their support of our craft. It is a pleasure being part of the juggling community. Connecting to many folks around the world has been a gift given to us by this wonderful fellowship. *All balls at closeout price points are subject to grading for matched sets.

After 38 years, Flying Clipper is announcing a reduction in juggle ball production. As we sell through current inventories, we will decide on what stays and what does not. We thank everyone for their support of our craft. It is a pleasure being part of the juggling community. Connecting to many folks around the world has been a gift given to us by this wonderful fellowship. *All balls at closeout price points are subject to grading for matched sets.

Moir 157 Juggle Ball

Moir 157 Juggle Ball

Moir 157 Juggle Ball

Price: $15.00 Sale $9.00

Brand: Tossaball

SKU: MO157

Built to the exact specifications required by the great hands and feet juggler, Jorden Moir, this heavier than usual juggle ball will start you out with the same prop used by Jorden Moir himself. If you want to play like Jorden, this is your juggle ball. Like all Flying Clipper products, these balls are 100% handmade and machine washable.

*These balls are reduced as factory end runs and are therefore subject to grading for matched sets.

Weight: 157 grams

Diameter: 2.75″

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Compare to Irishes

Like the Irish 120s, these balls are also good for juggling and footwork. The only reason I didn't give them 5 stars is I have to have some way of ranking other balls here higher. I bought these balls the same time I got the Irish 120s. I think the performance is comparable, but I like the Irishes better for their size and lighter feel. The Moirs are smaller, but more dense. My favorite advantage of the Moirs is that you can fit quite a few in pants pockets, not so the Irishes.

Reviewed Tue, Feb 04 2020 2:39 pm by