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Spalding Volleyballs Review

Spalding volleyballs are another choice when it comes to volleyball balls. Take a look at these reviews and see if any of them make sense for your needs.

Spalding King of the Beach Volleyball

Spalding King of the BeachThe first volleyball from Spalding that I review will be on the King of the Beach ball. The sounds really neat, but…

I am not a fan of this type of volleyball. If you are looking for a great outdoor volleyball, take a look at the Tachikara outdoor volleyball I reviewed here.

The only thing that makes this ball superior to that one is the fact that this is coated to be used in any type of weather. That can be useful if you are playing in the grass and the grass is wet, or some other type of weather condition.

But, if you are looking for a top level volleyball for outdoor use, this is not the ball you want. If you are looking or one to use at parties or on the beach that can get wet, this isn’t a bad choice.

You can pick one up here: Spalding King of the Beach Volleyball

Spalding Indoor Volleyball

Spalding VolleyballsThe other volleyball that I wanted to review is one of their top indoor volleyballs.

Personally, this is also not one of my favorite volleyballs. I really couldn’t put my finger on what it is, but my preferred volleyballs are either Wilson or Tachikara. If I were going to spend my own money on a volleyball, those are the ones that I would pick up.

This ball is a softer ball that would be more of a passer’s volleyball than anything else.

The one upside of this volleyball is that it has been approved by the NFHS (National Federation of State High Schools Association). This ball can be used at the high school level.

If you would like one, pick it up here: Spalding TF-5000 Volleyball

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