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Best Beach Volleyballs

Updated December 2018
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  • 6 Hours Researched
  • 1 Experts Interviewed
  • 168 Consumers Consulted
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    Beach volleyballs have a slightly different configuration than indoor volleyballs. This allows the beach volleyball to stand up to tougher weather conditions outdoors. Versus an indoor volleyball, a beach volleyball will be slightly heavier, around 10 or 11 ounces. The beach volleyball uses the extra weight to move through the wind successfully. Beach volleyballs tend to be slightly larger than the indoor volleyball at about 26” or 27” of circumference. Outdoor volleyballs will be constructed with water resistant materials for the exterior. This means you can use beach volleyballs in the rain or near bodies of water. Indoor volleyballs will not last long if they’re exposed to water or the elements. Beach volleyballs may consist of leather, composite leather, or rubber. Leather volleyballs are the highest quality and are used in league play.

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