Panini America Delivers Detailed First Look at 2015-16 Totally Certified Basketball
Etch it in your calendars now. In early December, Panini America’s majestic, micro-etched marvel known as Totally Certified Basketball returns for another enchanting season of parallel colors, rich rookie content, strong autograph and memorabilia checklists and a few new twists to entice longtime brand loyalists. This year, the product will be a predominant international release but there will be limited U.S. distribution.
Set to release on December 9, each box of 2015-16 Totally Certified Basketball (five cards per pack, four packs per box) will deliver one autograph, three memorabilia cards, four numbered parallels and one insert. As if the return of Totally Certified’s brilliant etched parallels wasn’t enough, the product also includes the new micro-etched Camo parallel and the Certified Competitors Autographs insert.
Other highlights of 2015-16 Totally Certified Basketball include . . .
- Totally Certified’s unmatched style is back on display for the 2015-16 season. Find a 200-card base set that features veterans and rookies with brilliant parallels numbered as low as one.
- Looking for autographs? Totally Certified is bringing back the on-card Rookie Roll Call chase and the new Certified Competitor signature sets.
- Also look for fabled brand staples such as the multitiered Epix chase and Fabric of the Game insert.
- Totally Certified is loaded with colors. Find one Mirror etch parallel sequentially numbered to 299 or less per pack on average. Look for the brand-new Camo parallel sequentially numbered to 25 or less.
- Inserts are back and more vibrant than ever. Look for five new inserts that fall one per box on average.
We’ll have plenty more on 2015-16 Totally Certified Basketball in the coming weeks right here on The Knight’s Lance. For now, sit back and enjoy this first extended sneak peek:
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