Volleyball V500 - Grey/Blue/Red
Volleyball V500 - Grey/Blue/Red
Volleyball V500 - Grey/Blue/Red
Volleyball V500 - Grey/Blue/Red
Volleyball V500 - Grey/Blue/Red
Volleyball V500 - Grey/Blue/Red
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Volleyball V500 - Grey/Blue/Red

$149
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Our engineers and designers have created this volleyball based on the FIVB's official rules. Improve your passes and bumps with this volleyball!

Are you an intermediate player who has mastered most technical skills? This volleyball was designed for you!

Color: foggy blue

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Products benefits

Ball touch

Synthetic coating for a pleasant feel.

Durability

Tested performed in a laboratory with 7500 shoots at 50 km/h.

Weight

This ball weighs between 260 g and 280 g and complies with official standards.

Technical information

Durability.

To make sure our volleyballs are as durable as we say they are, we have tested them at our Decathlon laboratories. After 7500 shots on a steel plate at a speed of 50 km/h, they retain their shape and don't puncture. Pretty good, huh?

The ball's composition!

This volleyball is made from synthetic material for a feel that meets your expectations! Inside, its bladder has been coated for added strength and to stop it deflating. Its harder feel will help you hone your skills. We're not promising a spike on (almost) every attack, but you'll certainly have a more accurate trajectory!

Warranty

2 years

Product concept & technology

Product Composition

Bladder 70% Latex Natural Rubber, 30% Butadiene Rubber Outcover 70% Polyurethane, 30% Polyester Inside shell - Main fabric 100% Polyester

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

Avoid high impact contact on abrasive surfaces.

TESTS

We've already mentioned it but it's worth repeating: this ball has been hit 7,500 times at a speed of 50 km/h to test its durability.

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