1920's Pigskin Football
In the Beginning.
Harkening back to a time when fistfights, broken bones, and separated shoul-ders were not only expected but encouraged, we’ve found a football that cuts the mustard.
Enjoy your three yards and a cloud of dust.
1920s Pigskin (No. 6021). As accurate a reproduction of an early American football as you’ll find. In the twenties, the “old pigskin” was made of cow leather and rubber, not a pig’s bladder (that was much earlier). This has 100% leather panels and laces. The air chamber is latex. Painstakingly crafted by Woodbridge & Sons in Paris, France, an exquisite reproducer of early-era sporting equipment.
One size and shape (prolate spheroid).
Throw it. Run it. Put it in the trophy room.
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