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First of all, the look of the ball is very cool. Construction looks decent, but will have to wait and see till I destroy the ball in a matter of time. The ball is very different from the other indoor balls such as Tachikara, Wilson and past Mikasa versions in that you'll first notice the feel of the ball. It doesn't have much of a cushion unlike the other brands/balls...this is an advantage for hitters who know how to smack the ball. Unlike some other complaints about the heavy weight, I personally like it. Again the added weight gives the ball its speed when you hit the ball properly. The dimple design is also an advantage for people who know how to serve a floater or jump floater...it gives the ball amazing movement. What I'm really surprised about is how EASY it is to controll the ball on sets, especially back sets and shoots...I believe due to the new seem and dimple design. Overall this is a great quality ball and I recommend it to anyone who wants to improve their game.
This does not work on a 2014. The black s trip on the rain grad is solid on the 2014. Have to cut it to make a space to attach. Directions suck