Product Description (Womens Volleyball Shoes)
The Adidas Clima Cool is the perfect womens volleyball shoes. The Adidas indoor volleyball court shoes have a mesh nylon upper, a quick dry lining, cushioned EVA midsole, and a non-marking rubber outsole. The woman volleyball tennis shoes come in five styles - Red and White, Yellow and White, Navy and White, Black and White, & Blue and White. The Adidas women's ClimaCool volleyball shoes are available in size 6.5, 7, 7.5, 8, 8.5, 9, 9.5, 10, 10.5, 11, 11.5, 12, and size 13.
Volleyball - The Olympic team sport was started by William G. Morgan in Holyoke, Massachusetts on February 9, 1895. Morgan, a YMCA instructor, originally called the new sport Mintonette. The indoor court game was started just 10 miles away from the town of Springfield, Massachusetts, which saw the invention of basketball just four years earlier by Dr. James Naismith who was another YMCA instructor. Today, the sport is played by two teams of six players that try to score points against the competition by grounding the ball on the other team's side of the court (vollyball, voleyball, volleybal). To excel at this team sport, coaches and players must practice and try to master the following skills: block, dig, serve, attack, pass, and set.
Spike - A hard smash of a volleyball, hit near the net and straight down into the opponent's side of the court.
Clima Cool - A cooloing and venting system used by adidas shoes with flexible screened vents to keep the feet dry and cool (addidas, adida, adiddas).
Tennis Shoes - Type of athletic shoe. Anything from a women's mid top volleyball shoe to a leather sports shoe. Some leading brands of athletic tennis shoes include: Adidas, Asics, Diadora, Ektelon, Diadora, Loto, Nike, Mizuno, Prince, and Springboost.