Volleyball Options for Winning

Volleyball Options For Winning
Volleyball is a sport that has quickly become more and more popular over the years for both kids, and adults.

In fact, most schools around the country have volleyball teams and even in some communities there are professional volleyball teams.

According to the website athleticscholarships.net: “The game of volleyball, originally called “mintonette,” was invented in 1895 by William G. Morgan after the invention of basketball only four years before. Morgan, a graduate of the Springfield College of the YMCA, designed the game to be a combination of basketball, baseball, tennis, and handball.”

Here are some cool volleyballs to check out for your team that might just land you in the win category.

Molten Super Touch Volleyball

The Molten volleyball is wrapped in premium Japanese leather, has unibladder construction, and is cotton-wrapped. This ball is USVBA, NFHSA, and NCAA approved. Great for indoor play.

Champro ST-3200 Premium Composite NFHS Volleyball

The VB-ST3200 with its extra soft, cordley composite cover is ready for any tournament game.

The foam underlay combined with a Soft-Touch floating bladder construction makes every touch sting free. High performance and super soft feel at an economical price. Also offers deep welded seams, beveled edge panels that eliminate premature panel peeling and improve ball shape.

Shipped inflated to prevent panel wrinkling or peeling and insure optimum panel adhesion

Champro ST-300 Competition Rubber Waterproof Volleyball

The Champro ST-300 Competition Volleyball features Soft Touch technology to make for a more comfortable serve and hit. The waterproof cover makes this ball great for use in the pool or in any water situation. Recommended for all ages, it is 100 percent butyl bladder with balanced nylon winding.

Champro ST600 Soft-Touch Volleyball

The Soft-Touch cover of the VB-ST600 doesn’t feel like your typical volleyball, no sir. The foam lining and interlocking diamond-weave pattern provide a pillow-like softness and improved ball shape, enhancing control and performance. Recommended for all ages.

As you can see volleyballs have definitely come of age since the sport was first founded in 1895!

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