To get started you need only a swimsuit. We will provide you with the following equipment and give you training on how to use it. The links at the bottom of this page will be useful when you want to start buying your own gear.
Mask - Small volume free diving masks are best, but any diving mask will work fine. Swim goggles are not recommended. A mask doubles as a nose plug and face shield and doesn't fog as much as goggles.
Snorkel - You want to be able to breathe while scanning the bottom of the pool for the puck and your next position. Large bore (to get air quickly), streamlined designs are best.
Fins - Softer freediving fins allow you to maneuver quickly and with speed. Heavy scuba fins are okay, but will beat up other people and your feet.
Stick - About 12 inches long, made of wood and painted black or white to
distinguish the teams. It has a dog bone shape at one end with one
straight side. It is usually about 2 cm or less thick and up to 12 cm
wide at the tip. It narrows to a handle 2-5 cm wide and 1-4 cm thick.
Ear protectors - Required at tournaments. Getting hit in the ear with a fin may pop your eardrum if done right. Water polo caps work well.
Swimsuit - Men's recommended suits are briefs ("Speedos"), women's are one or two piece swimming suits. The club has designed very cool club suits.