Leather or nylon boots are used in bandy to protect the player’s feet and lower legs. It has rounded blades at both ends to assist rapid stops and changes of direction.
A helmet with face guard, ear protection and chin straps is worn that protects the players from injuries.
A protective cup known as jockstrap for men and jill strap for women is used by players to protect the genital area from injuries.
Mouth guard covers teeth and gums and is used by players to protect their teeth, jaw, lips and gums from injuries.
Orange or cerise-colored, rubber or plastic balls with cork core inside are used in bandy. The ball has a diameter of 62.4 mm or 63.8 mm.
Wooden sticks are used in bandy and can be maximum 127 cm long and 7 cm wide. The sticks are curved at the end to hit the ball.