What are volleyballs made from?


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2005-10-09 17:41:29
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Some are made of synthetic rubber. The size four, hand-stitched item features a seamless inner bladder made of a rubber molded material. Company logos can be printed on the front panel. Items made of PVC are also available. Other materials include: waterproof, synthetic leather soccer balls with latex rubber bladders.


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