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Custom Sublimated Volleyball Wear

July 11, 2017 0 Comments

Custom Sublimated Volleyball Wear

Hot! Hot! Hot! How do you plan to spend this hot summer? Take out your volleyball and let’s go out to play beach volleyball. Sweating under the morning sun, running through the sand with feet naked, screaming out your inner mood, this would be such a wonderful thing.

Firstly, I would like to talk a little about the history of beach volleyball. It was born in 1915 on Waikiki Beach in Hawaii, at the Outrigger Canoe Club. According to a 1978 interview of an Outrigger Canoe Club member, George David "Dad" Center put a net up there, and the first recorded game of beach volleyball took place. In 1920, new jetties in Santa Monica, California created a large sandy area for public enjoyment, planting the seed for beach volleyball development in that region. The first permanent nets began to appear, and people soon began playing recreational games on public parts of the beach and in private beach clubs. Eleven such beach clubs appeared in the Santa Monica area, beginning in late 1922. The first inter-club competitions were staged in 1924.

Most of these early beach volleyball matches were played with teams of at least six players per side, much like indoor volleyball. The concept of the modern two-man beach volleyball game is credited to Paul "Pablo" Johnson, an indoor player of Santa Monica Athletic Club. In the summer of 1930, while waiting for players to show up for a six-man game, Johnson decided to try playing with only the two people present. The game was forever changed. Though recreational games continue to be played with more players, the most widely played version of the game, and the only one contested at an elite level, has only two players per team.

So don’t worry that there’s not enough people to play the game. Just ask 3 people with you, and have fun together. Don’t forget to buy yourself and your partners comfortable jerseys, singlet and shorts for this game.

Vimost customizes sublimated volleyball long sleeve and short sleeve jerseys, sleeveless jerseys, and shorts. We use different template from normal shirts, especially on the sleeves. Special sleeve makes the jersey firm and support large movement of the arm when you jump up and try to hit the ball. Also, the fabrics are easily dry and ventilated. Of course, sleeveless jersey is the best choice for beach volleyball since it is cool and you can show your skill and muscle most in it.

Contact us and we can customize a special volleyball jersey for you. Wish you have fun in spite of the hot summer.

 Thanks very much
Vimost Sports


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