Volleyball shoes are indoor sports shoes. In addition to general requirements of sports shoes for anti-skidding, wear resistance and cushioning, they also have higher requirements for elasticity of sole and strength of upper. When blocking and spikes, athletes need to jump high. Good elasticity of sole contributes to success of blocking and spikes. Therefore, sole of a volleyball shoe is relatively thick, which is somewhat similar to sole of a basketball shoe.
When first passer receives serve, he needs to quickly run into a position that will have more impact on top. Therefore, side structure of a volleyball shoe is somewhat similar to a tennis shoe. located puffy to increase strength of shoe body. Indoor athletic venues tend to be relatively flat, and pattern requirements of the sole are not as thick and deep as outdoor sports shoes, and not as thin and shallow as skateboard shoes, but must have certain lines to increase friction. .
The eye cap at top is a broken eye cap structure, and position of front opening is staggered, forming a double eye cap style. The lugs are replaced with webbing and built in between eye covers. Air vents are punched on front cap, back cap and mouth guard, and side trim has two layers to increase durability of shoe's lateral upper. There is a side seam at fore end of outsole to reinforce bond between upper and outsole.