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Obut ATX - Style 1

Known as the Rolls-Royce of boules, The Obut Petanque ATX is a super high-end boule for the best petanque players. Low rebound made possible by the specific elastic limite of the steel used. Low impact marking on the ball surface. 
  • Made from Special Stainless Steel
  • Satin golden finish
  • Sold as a set of three boules
  • Hardness: 130kg / mm² approximately
  • Special Stainless steel nickle chromium, identical to that used in the aerospace and nuclear industry
  • Accuracy of weight +/- 2g 
  • Accuracy of diameter +/- 20 hundreths of a mm 
  • Made in France 

Ideal for:
(a) Shooters: Direct Hit - On ground covered with alot of stones, but he can hit the opposing boule directly
(b) Pointers: High Lobbed - On ground covered with alot of stones, he must lob his boule high to get near the jack while not rolling much 
(c) Difficult Ground - Hard, very bouncy ground, covered with a lot of crushed stone to prevent boules from rolling 

Hardness of a Boule ( The Match Plus is + ) 












About Boule Hardness:
  1. The softer the petanque boule is, the less it bounces on hard ground. It will also recoil less when performing a high lob 
  2. The Hardness + boule is best for an attacking player
  3. Good players and good shooters perfer softer boules
  4. Amateur players like a half-soft boule ( known as the general purpose boule) 


Steel Quality

There are two different qualities of boule steel 
  1. Solid Stainless Steel is the top of the range, allows longer life and provides the "soft feel" of stainless steel
  2. Coated Carbon Steel provides a rougher feel, and the chrome/black coating gradually wears off with use from friction


Weight
  • for men: 700 - 730gr
  • for women 680 - 710gr 

Pointers prefer a weight between 710-730 because a heavy boule stops faster
Shooters prefer a weight between 680-700 because with a lighter boule, less effort is required and the shots are more precise


Striations / Stripes / Lines
 
  • Pointers prefer a boule with striations / lines because it provides better grip
  • Shooters prefer a smooth boule because it does not "catch" the hand



Diameter of the Boule



 

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