RefEDGE PRO™ is the only vanishing referee spray with the patent pending Stand-and-Spray™ delivery method. No need to bend over to mark the field anymore – don’t take your eyes off the game. Our design also warns you when... $63 95.
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RefEDGE PRO is the only vanishing referee spray with the patent-pending Stand-and-Spray delivery method. No need to bend over to mark the field anymore - keep your eyes on the game. Our design also warns you when you only have a few sprays left in the can, preventing you from running out in the middle of a critical free-kick.
Montalvo Enterprise. RefSpray Disappearing Spray. Enforce ball placement and the proper distance with RefSpray! Each can is good for 36 yards of spray: approximately 10 formal free kick plays. This 6.9oz large bottle is the l…. MSRP:$8.25.
Vanishing spray aerosol for Soccer referees to mark a free kick wall. A great tool to assist Soccer referees to control and prevent players from encroaching the designated 10 yard free kick wall. Shake the can, point it towards the ground and then press the trigger. The spray line foams up for better visibility.
Welcome to RefEDGE™. RefEDGE PRO is the vanishing referee spray for referees looking to Control the Game™ . Made in the USA, RefEDGE PRO has placed the control back into the hands of the referee. Our patent-pending Stand-and-Spray™ delivery method is the only spray on the market that allows the referee to stand upright and still make a clean line on the field – no need to bend over anymore.
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Vanishing spray helps referees when a free kick has to be taken. Players will do everything to win some inches. A referee needs eyes on his back. A full, bright white line marks the position of the defensive wall and the ball on the moment of the free kick. When the free kick is taken, the line just fades away.
Vanishing spray, also known as vanishing foam, is a substance applied to an association football pitch in order to provide a temporary visual marker. It is most often used by the referee to indicate the minimum distance that the defending team may position themselves from the ball during a direct free kick, as well as to indicate the spot from where the kick is taken. The spray appears similar to white paint or watered-down shaving foam when initially applied. It completely disappears within a m
VANISHING SPRAY PAINT. I recently noticed while watching an MLS match that the referee used a can of white spray paint to mark off ten yards after awarding a free kick.