Volleyball Equipment Related Questions
What is the difference between a volleyball hammock and volleyball cart?
There are two major differences between volleyball carts and volleyball hammocks – size and depth. Volleyball carts are a bit smaller in terms of space and also a bit deeper allowing them to hold 36 inflated volleyballs. Hammocks do take up a bit more space, but that is because the depth is shallower and it is easier to get balls in and out of the cart in order to run faster drills. We offer several different Molten, Mikasa and Tachikara ball hammock/cart options.
What is your best selling volleyball bag?
Our best selling volleyball duffle bag is the ASICS Edge Small Duffle Bag. It is the perfect size to hold all your volleyball equipment. It features a shoe pocket to keep your dirty shoes away from the rest of your equipment.
Our best selling volleyball backpack is the Mizuno Lightning Day Pack. It features a front compartment that has a valuables pocket and hook for keys and a padded sleeve for laptops.
I have limited help and club ranging from juniors to elite competition. What volleyball machine would you recommend?
We are one of the top dealers of the Attack Volleyball machines which in our opinions are the best in the market. There are three different models designed specifically to accommodate players of all ages and skill levels. In each of the product pages, there are helpful videos, comparative charts and machine specific information.
What are the differences between EVO, Mizuno DXS, Active Ankle?
The EVO Ankle Stabilizer is a lace up brace with unique stabilizing straps and cuffs that incorporate the three main elements of an ankle taping application: stirrups, heel lock, and circumferential closure. Stabilizer is left foot/right foot universal.
The Mizuno DXS Ankle Brace is a synthetic rubber/nylon sleeve that slips on with ease. This brace uses three different belts for stability and support. Optional plastic side supports insert for increased lateral stability. Brace comes in a left foot and right foot.
The Active Ankle has a solid U-Shaped design that relieves pressure from your ankle joint and a bilateral hinge that is designed for unrestricted front to back motion. Brace is left foot/right foot universal. It also comes in several models.
My volleyball player needs help passing. What equipment should I use?
We recommend the Pass Rite. The Pass Rite is an easy to use training tool that utilizes a durable elastic band that attaches to the passer’s wrists and ankles preventing excessive upward arm movement. The small, lightweight Velcro wrist cuffs were designed to minimize ball contact interference. The elastic band is adjustable to accommodate any passer’s height.
My volleyball player needs help serving. What equipment should I use?
We recommend the Volleyball Pal. This device consists of a Velcro strap that secures around the waist, a neoprene pouch that holds the Volleyball, and an elastic cord connecting the waist strap to the ball pouch. The smooth action of the elastic cord guides the ball back to the player every time. Use the Volleyball Pal to practice serving tosses or arm swing technique without ever having to chase a ball! Players can practice for hours without the help of another person.
What volleyball gear would you recommend for my first time player?
Generally speaking, we recommend an entry level court shoe such as the Asics Gel Rocket and a knee pad which could be a Mizuno T10 or Asics Junior Slider. If you are looking for an inexpensive ball to get them started, we recommend the Tachikara No Sting.
Do we have discounts for quantity purchasing?
YES! We have quantity discount for nearly all of our items which are listed on the product page. We also offer our exclusive Forever Pricing Program for team customers.