Mikasa MVA330 Volleyball

Blue & Yellow Spiral Club Sports Ball

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Posted: Jan 14 | 1 Comment | Buyer Ratings: 0.0/10 |

Mikasa Spiral Club BallThis Spiral Club ball from Mikasa helps volleyballers improve their game, and look good while they're doing it.

The dramatic looks were the first thing that struck me about this volleyball. The yellow swirling design looks dazzling against the royal blue body, but it also serves a very practical purpose. The eight-panel style gives players a larger hands-on surface area, which makes it easier to control the ball and improve their game.

Customers describe the Spiral Club as a "strikers" ball, as it gives a nice, satisfying response when you hit it. That's great for striking specialists, but it also means this ball won't suit every player's game. The outer layer is thinner than other balls on the market, and some people complain that it's too light, and too unforgiving.

It's all a matter of personal preference though. Volleyball enthusiasts may want to play with it before deciding to purchase one, while novices are likely to be satisfied with the job it does.

I particularly like the way the seams are attached to the ball's body, thus trapping air between the panels and making it feel a little softer to the touch. Anyone who's suffered sore arms after a frenetic paced game of volleyball will appreciate this treatment. However some balls suffer from poor stitching, so you may want to look yours over before laying your money down.

Thankfully Mikasa isn't asking a lot for this volleyball. At $49.99, it's reasonably priced for serious volleyballers and anyone who just enjoys a game at the beach.

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