these footballs are easier to grip

These have the largest girth of any ball and typically are used by professional teams and most college programs.
NCAA & NFHS, Pro Pattern: Small
These are built on scarpe calcio nike┬áthe smaller side of the “official” standards; same length (as the Pro Pattern), but with a slightly smaller girth to provide an easier grip.
NFHS Collegiate Pattern
Like the small Pro Pattern, these footballs are easier to grip, but also are a bit longer to improve passing ease.

Time for a new football? Lets make sure you select the one best for your team! This concise, yet helpful breakdown describes the six categories of footballs out there to choose from.
NFL & NCAA, Pro Pattern

Leather Footballs
Leather balls are the highest grade and are not only used in game play, but also practice. Majority of these are made with a tanning process that makes the ball tacky to again, provide better grip, particular in wet circumstances. Some are also made to resist absorbing moisture, which makes them suitable for weather conditions. That being said, do not purchase a leather ball that does not specify water resistance if you intend to use it in wet conditions! Another little fact that one should keep in mind is that leather balls are made only for grass & turf surfaces.

Rubber Footballs
A rubber ball is exactly what the name says; a durable, easy to grip, waterproof ball that is composed entirely of rubber. These are excellent for recreational use in all kinds of weather and, unlike the previously mentioned, can be used on all surfaces.

Composite Footballs
Simply put, all of these are made from nuove scarpe da calcio synthetic materials, even if at first glance they appear to be leather. These are used in game/practice situations, but are most popular for recreational players. Composite balls look and feel like leather, resist moisture better than leather and are often easier to grip since they possess more texture. Plus, certain manufacturers even add materials to make the surface extra easy to grip. Composite balls tend to last long that leather ones, and are less expensive. Although they are more durable, composites are intended for only grass and turf play.