Learn More About Volleyball Apparel
Own the Court in High-Quality Volleyball Apparel
Get ready to get in the game in style with volleyball apparel from DICK'S Sporting Goods.
It's all about functional style that lets you perform at your peak. Find volleyball apparel for women made of high-quality fabrics that wick away sweat, provide ventilation and allow the body to move with ease.
Serve, spike and dive with these volleyball apparel collections:
Shop volleyball shirts in a variety of tee and tank styles, including V-necks and scoop necks. Women's volleyball apparel is designed to stay put throughout the most rigorous practices and games.
In the volleyball shorts department, it's all about mobility. These comfortable materials let you move comfortably without bunching or pulling. Check out styles from big brands, including Nike® spandex shorts. These Nike volleyball shorts feature Dri-FIT® fabric to help keep you dry and comfortable during every game.
Volleyball socks are just as important as the rest of your gear. You want soft cotton that breathes and never constricts your legs. Good volleyball socks have a cushioned sole to offer shock absorption as you take to the court. A flat seam allows the top of the socks to lay comfortably on the foot despite sweating and fast movement.
Get everything you need for your next game with the full assortment of volleyball equipment and gear at DICK'S Sporting Goods.
Find the Volleyball Apparel That's Right for You
Getting the right volleyball apparel for your comfort, skill level and amount of play is important. Here some things to consider before buying volleyball apparel:
- If you are just joining a volleyball team, the number of practices you attend might determine how many outfits you need. In general, 3–5 shirts and 2–4 pairs of shorts are an ideal starting place for those who have a minimum of three practice sessions per week. This gives you options and means you can skip a day of wash even if you have practice.
- When trying on volleyball gear, make sure you have full range of motion. Reach arms up and across the chest to see how much a shirt moves. Do a few squats to test how shorts will move when on the court.
- Light compression is great for volleyball shorts, but too much can be uncomfortable for a long duration. Comfort is key for great performance and you want volleyball apparel that offers full coverage so you can focus on the game.