|This product has been discontinued.
It cannot be purchased in retail stores. The only way to obtain it is through second-hand websites and stores.
It is a direct successor to the original and popular Nerf Ball created by Reyn Guyer; it improves upon the original by giving the ball a seven inch diameter, advertised as "competition size". It was released the same year of its predecessor, most likely due to the ball's popularity.
Like the original, the Super Nerf Ball comes in a variety of colors. The full amount of available colors the Super Nerf Ball was sold in is still unknown.
It was the third Nerf product ever created, and acts as an upgrade to the smaller Nerf Ball.
It is unknown when the product was actually discontinued. It was sold into the early 1990's, being advertised in both the 1990 and 1991 catalogs. It received new packaging for 1991, however it did not receive new packaging the following year.
The Super Nerf Ball has been released in the following color schemes;
|The full image gallery for Super Nerf Ball may be viewed at Super Nerf Ball/Gallery.|
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