Rhythmic Gymnastics Ball - 165 mm
Smaller and lighter to make it easier for youngsters to get to grips with. Suitable for kids up to the age of 15.
As light as a feather at 300 - 310 g, suitable for young gymnasts.
Ease of handling
165 mm diameter (+ or - 5 mm) - perfect for getting started.
Purple or pink.
also available in 185 mm.
165 mm (+ or - 5 mm).
305 g (+ or - 5 g).
Ball : 100.0% Polyvinyl chloride (PVC)
This ball has been tested and approved by club gymnasts.
Wash in water, without soap. Do not expose to UV rays.
Store away from any heat sources.
How to choose your rhythmic gymnastics equipment
Rhythmic gymnastics uses five pieces of equipment: ball, hoop, ribbon, clubs and rope. We offer two ranges for each type of equipment: The training range: smaller and lighter to make it easier for youngsters to get to grips with. This range is ideal for gymnasts up to the age of 15. The competition range features slightly larger equipment that complies with official standards. It is therefore just what gymnasts aged 16 and over will need.
What should you wear for rhythmic gymnastics?
For training, shorts or leggings paired with a tank top, crop top or T-shirt will do. For competitions a leotard is a must, with or without a skirt (most often with). And don't forget your toe shoes (not to be confused with dancing toe pads!) which will protect your feet and help you control your movements.
* The prices listed on the site are the prices recommended by DECATHLON SA's central purchasing department.