GoSports Slammo Game Set (Includes 3 Balls, Carrying Case and Rules)

May 16, 2015 - Comment

GoSports Slammo game set is an action packed 2-on-2 game that is similar to volleyball, but with a smaller ball and a circular net. The rules are similar to volleyball where each team has 3 hits to spike the ball into the ankle high circular net. Teams volley back and forth until a team is unable to

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GoSports Slammo game set is an action packed 2-on-2 game that is similar to volleyball, but with a smaller ball and a circular net. The rules are similar to volleyball where each team has 3 hits to spike the ball into the ankle high circular net. Teams volley back and forth until a team is unable to return the ball to the net. The first team to 21 points win. We engineered an improved design over the competition that provides 100% net coverage and eliminates the hated ‘pocket shot’. The Slammo Set includes two competition size 9cm balls and also one 12cm training ball for beginners or younger players. The game can be quickly assembled and it fits neatly into the included backpack style carrying case. The game is a great workout and much easier to setup than full size volleyball. Recommended for ages 12+.

Product Features

  • Slammo is a 2 on 2 Volleyball Style Game. Teams have 3 hits to return the ball to the circular net that is ankle high on the ground
  • Includes 1 Slammo Target, 2 9cm Completion Balls, 1 12cm Training Ball, Carrying Case and Rules
  • No More Pockets- 100% Net Coverage
  • Strong PVC keeps a perfect circle under net tension

Comments

Joe Nielson says:

Slammo vs. Spikeball Alright this might get lengthy because I am going to try to compare it to the spikeball set but here it goes. This set has been great! the pvc on the outside is very sturdy and the net is very strong and has shown no signs of stretching it comes with a larger ball which has been very very helpful when teaching new friends. The carry bag that comes with the set is also of very high quality and is very nice when moving the set. There are some differences between this and a spikeball set. On the spikeball set the legs are loose and able to rotate therefore you can level the net somewhat on sloped surfaces however if you are mostly going to be playing on grass turf or concrete this set is better in that regard because the legs are sturdier and dont move if hit or during regular gameplay. The net system is great and eliminates most pockets there are still several small ones where the legs connect but it is much better than playing on the old style spikeball nets. However, the new style of…

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