Mikasa VBN-2 Competition Volleyball Net

Affordable Beach Sports Equipment

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Posted: Aug 27 | 2 Comments | Buyer Ratings: 0.0/10 |

It might not be as suitable for the pros as its name suggests, but this volleyball net from Mikasa should satisfy beach enthusiasts keen for a game.

The old adage that you get what you pay for rings true here. The polyester netting seems strong, but it's also quite stiff. It's not the sturdiest of nets, and it's an inch skinnier than regulation. That's disappointing for a net that claims to suit competition, but it probably won't bother the average beach goer.

For them, a volleyball net is simply a way to divide the sand for a game, and this Mikasa net does that job admirably. The aircraft steel cable running along the top is stronger than the cloth or nylon cords we find in most nets at this price point, and it also helps you pull the net nice and tight. It's specially treated to stand up to the salty sea air and the strongest spikes, so it should last for many heated games. It also folds up for easy carrying in your beach tote, which is more than we can say for the balls!

If you're really after a volleyball net of competition standard this one isn't it, but this affordable Mikasa accessory will probably do the job well enough to suit the average beach volleyball fan.

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