-Ringette stick - can be wooden, plastic or composite, with rubber, metal or plastic tips.
-Players skates (no figure skates or plastic begnner skates)
-shin pads (or goalie pads)
-protective girdle with pelvic protection
-ringette pants - covering pants
-helmet with ringette facemask (must be a triangular mask, or another shape that a tip of stick cannot fit through)
-BNQ approved neck guard
-also, in some places mouthguards are necessary too.
The ringette facemask is much like a hockey one except the bars are situated so that the end of a ringette stick cannot enter the mask. (triangles not squares)
Ringette sticks have tapered ends, with plastic, rubber or metal tips specially designed with grooves to increase the lift and velocity of the wrist shot. A ringette stick is also reinforced to withstand the body weight of a player - a ring carrier leans heavily on his/her stick to prevent opposing players from removing the ring.