200-220 g Volleyball for 6- to 9-Year-Olds V100 Soft - Blue/Yellow

$94

The perfect ball for learning to play volleyball. These balls come in a different weight for each age category to make learning easier.

Thanks to its soft foam, this ball is pleasant to hit and lets young players pick up their first skills with ease.

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Available for home delivery. Order now to receive earliest by Saturday, Oct 16.
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The perfect ball for learning to play volleyball. These balls come in a different weight for each age category to make learning easier.

Thanks to its soft foam, this ball is pleasant to hit and lets young players pick up their first skills with ease.

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Products benefits

ball touch

ball touch

The soft foam makes all passes more comfortable.

Weight

Weight

A light ball (200/220 g) that's perfect for learning to play indoor volleyball.

Durability

Durability

Lab tested with 5000 shots performed at 50 km/h.

Bounce

Bounce

No sudden change in direction of ball flight after the ball touches the ground.

Technical information

All our balls are the same size, but not the same weight!

Did you know? All our volleyballs are the same size (65 to 67 cm diameter), but they do not all have the same weight.
For younger players (ages 4 to 5), the ball weighs 180 to 200 grams.
For players aged 6 to 9, the ball weighs 200-220 grams.
From age 10 to 14, the ball weighs 230 to 250 grams.
Players over age 15 will play with the official ball weight of 260 to 280 grams.

Warranty

2 years

Product concept & technology

Product Composition

Outer shell 70% Ethylene Vinyl Acetate, 30% Polyester Bladder 70% Rubber - Natural Rubber - Latex, 30% Rubber - Styrene Butadiene Rubber - Latex

STOCK ADVICE

To keep your ball in top shape, moisten the pump needle with a couple drops of water when you inflate your ball.

User Restrictions

We recommend only using this ball on indoor courts.

TESTS

5000 repetitions performed at 50 km/h

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