just knee pads
you slide on your knee pads
a net, a volleyball, optional knee pads
Volleyball knee pads come in various sizes, so I wouldn't try to stretch them. I'd take them back and get a pair that fit.
net, volleyball, jersey (aka shirt) and spandex shorts, knee pads
A net, a volleyball, sneakers, knee pads, and teammates to play the game with.
No, you can wear knee pads that go on your knees to help with digging.
Yes - but leave out to dry.
in the balkan peninsula
a ball ,uniform,knee pads
you need knee pads,volleyball,mouthgaurd,and sneakers and a addidas bag
You need : Knee pads Spanex Shorts Volleyball Socks Volleyball Shoes A Volleyball Water - All of this can Be found at www.volleyball.com
Volleyball equipment is mostly a volleyball and net. If you play on a school team you would probably need knee pads and volleyball shoes.
Set them out in the air to let them dry.
use a toothbrush
There are a number of retailers that sell volleyball knee pads. The best places to look are sports retailers such as Sport Check and Under Armour. One could also look at stores such as Walmart, Worldwide Sport Supply and Volleyball Central.
A uniform and knee pads and volleyball tennis shoes and sometimes ankle braces
You don't have to, but dedicated players often dive forward to save a ball. Knee pads protect them from getting all beat up.
Knee pads can last anywhere from one season to a couple. It all depends on how much your position demands you to dive. 8)
shorts and tops, typically spandex in women's volleyball, knee pads, knee-high socks, volleyball shoes. Some players wear ankle braces, knee braces, wrist protectors, etc
Knee pads and very nice shoes for jumping.
No you have to use volleyball knee-pads or you can't play nut it depends on the league