Comoequa is official match ball of Africa Cup in 2012
Comoequa it's name of official match ball of Africa Cup of Nations 2012 in Gabon and Equatorial Guinea.
The Adidas Comoequa name takes its inspiration from the Como River which runs through both host nations - Gabon and Equatorial Guinea, and the Equator which extends across Africa and union the countries that are come together to host the competition.
With a bright yellow base color inspired by the features of African culture, the Comoequa ball incorporates color markings on the central triangular panels reference the flags of both host countries.
Thermally bonded triangular panels have been designed to give the Adidas Comoequa official match ball with a predictable, stable trajectory while a grip texture covering gives the African Cup of Nations official match ball increase boot to ball contact.
Underneath the surface of the Adidas Comoequa ball, a woven sheath and a new camera mean the African Cup of Nations 2012 official match ball improved air retention and low water uptake.
The Adidas Comoequa soccer ball has passed stringent testing on weight, water uptake, shape and size conservation. This is the third football adidas ball of the African Cup of Nations
Parts of the ball has 70% Polyurethane 30% Leather (imitation).
Adidas Comoequa official match ball - unboxing video: