Volleyball Equipment. Volleyball Training. Volleyball Net Systems & Accessories. Volleyball Knee Pads. Face Masks. Volleyball Bags & Backpacks. Volleyball Carts & Hammocks. Braces & Supports. Volleyball Nets.
The average prices for the most important pieces of volleyball equipment are listed below: Volleyball Net: $50 (without poles) - $1,000 (with poles) Shoes: $50-150; Elbow/Knee Pads: $15-30; Balls (per ball): $20-75; Gear Bags: $50-100
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Volleyball Training "Volleyball training is a perfect blend of brains and brawn" - Volleyball Socrates. While we've never met Volleyball Socrates we follow his teachings to the letter...that's why you'll see a comprehensive assortment of volleyball training equipment and aids for both the mind (i.e. books) and the body (i.e. everything else in the category).
Good shoes for volleyball should have thick front padding and be made of leather. The brands I recommend are Under Armour, Asics, Nike, and Adidas or Mizuno. You should spend at least $50 on good volleyball shoes.
Volley ball a spherical ball of 65-67 cm circumference. It is made of leather or any synthetic material and weighs 260-280 g. Volleyballs are available in various colors, however for international tournaments, FIVB approved balls should only be used. Other Equipment. Players of a team are uniformly dressed in jerseys, shorts, socks and sport shoes.
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The basic equipment you will require for indoor volleyball are court shoes, but knee pads and ankle braces are regularly used by many players as well. For beach (outdoor) volleyball there is no special equipment required but you will need to plan for sun protection and hydration. Runners/Court Shoes: