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Hacky sack

A hacky sack or footbag is a small, round bag filled with hacky, which is kicked into the air as part of a competitive game or as a display of dexterity. "Hacky Sack" is the name of a brand of footbag popular in the 1970s (currently owned by Wham-O), which has since become a generic trademark.

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Foot bags with sand or beads

Foot bags (commonly known as hackey sacks) are either stitched or croqeted and filled with sand or beads. Bags filled with sand are heavier and easier to "stall" than croqueted ones. Croqueted sacks are too light but bounce high with less kick. Sand bags lose their sand over time and "become flat" while ones filled with beads don't.

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