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Ollyball®

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Living-Room Safe

Ollyball Makers Joe and Ellen Burke let their three kids play with a soccer ball in the house—which of course lead to disaster. So the Burkes got to work creating a living room-friendly ball made specifically for indoor play. Five years and lots of iterations later, Ollyball bounced onto the scene.

It’s kind of like playing with a balloon that won’t pop. The ball is lightweight and built to take the spikes, tosses, and throws kids aim at it, and gently land wherever it’s aimed. That magic comes from a shock-absorbing inflatable (and re-inflatable) core wrapped inside a durable kite-like material shell. Kids starting to lose their mojo? They can take a break from playing and color the ball in with markers or crayons.

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Discovered 5/16/2019

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Small Business Support

Maker Story

Living-Room Safe

Ollyball Makers Joe and Ellen Burke let their three kids play with a soccer ball in the house—which of course lead to disaster. So the Burkes got to work creating a living room-friendly ball made specifically for indoor play. Five years and lots of iterations later, Ollyball bounced onto the scene.

It’s kind of like playing with a balloon that won’t pop. The ball is lightweight and built to take the spikes, tosses, and throws kids aim at it, and gently land wherever it’s aimed. That magic comes from a shock-absorbing inflatable (and re-inflatable) core wrapped inside a durable kite-like material shell. Kids starting to lose their mojo? They can take a break from playing and color the ball in with markers or crayons.