Our Top Choice
Baden Perfection® Leather Volleyball
Established in 1979, Baden has been true to its mission to anticipate customer needs and satisfy them with superior-quality and innovative sports products.
Made with high-quality leather. Soft valve. Made with a special adhesive. AVCA’s official court ball. NFHS-approved.
A bit expensive, but then, the ball is elite-quality.
19 colors available
Tachikara Sensi-Tec Composite Volleyball
For over a century, Tachikara has been manufacturing sports balls tailored to how the game is played in order to improve player performance and adaptability.
Professional-grade. Regulation size. Attractive appearance. Patented design. Official approval. Great warranty.
Might not last too long if used often by heavy hitters.
58 colors available
Micro-fiber; composite leather
Molten FLISTATEC Volleyball
With over 57 years of experience in the manufacture of sports balls and accessories, Molten has earned itself a revered reputation as the official NCAA game ball maker.
Superior-quality. Official match ball standard. Innovative design technology. Made with durable materials. Great accuracy and control.
A bit too bouncy, so rookies might not adjust well to it.
Mikasa Sports Official FIVB Game Ball
Mikasa specializes in making sports balls to the highest of standards with a focus on quality and performance, which improves player quality and the overall experience.
Official standard ball. Aerodynamic design. Dimpled surface. Wound nylon core. Soft microfiber cover.
Quite hard to hit.
Spalding Extreme Pro Wave Volleyball
With over a century’s experience, Spalding manufactures sports balls and systems to bring out the best experience of the game and increase the performance of the players.
Machine-stitched. Wave panel design. Soft surface. Official weight and size. TPE-covered.
Some complaints about air retention abilities.
3 color combos; white