We are loving all the college gear on Amazon's fan shop right now! Check out the gallery below to see our favorites for men and women. Plus, all of our picks come in a variety of school colors, so it'll be easy to find yours.
Ace every serve and reach any drop shot with racerback straps and keyhole opening that allow for a full range of motion. The side mesh panels will keep you feeling cool even when you’re rallying in the sun. Anyone who’s had to hustle cross-court will appreciate the high neck and built-in shelf bra.
Throwback style meets a technical tennis skirt in stretch jersey material. The pleats and a-line silhouette move effortlessly. And the built-in shorts and 13-inch length provide coverage no matter how far you’re diving for a shot.
Slip these extra comfy stretch shorts under your skirt for a pop of color. When worn alone, these definitely heat up the court. But they don’t just look good: Each side has a concealed pocket to stash extra balls.
This one piece has built-in shorts, a patented cooling system that reacts to sweat and helps lower your body temp and mesh details for breathability. If you’re worried about hitting the showers, the half-zip down the back allows for quick changes. You can see Caroline Wozniacki sporting it at the Open this year.
Adidas by Stella McCartney Barricade Dress NY, $120; adidas.com.
Pair a plush insole with a foam midsole and you have a cushioning that will keep you comfortable through an epic match. This tennis sneaker also provides a non-slip heel lining and supports your midfoot and arch for a super stable on-court partner.
We’ve never seen sweat bands look so sexy. The moisture-wicking fabric feels comfy but also mop up sweat and makes for an extra stylish forehead wipe. These bands also have a pocket to stash your keys or an ID.
Short of requiring fingerprint recognition, this personalized racquet is as customized as it gets. You can select from three colors, three shock sleeve options (for a soft, medium or hard feedback when you hit), two racquet lengths and grip size.
Tennis star and SELF’s Contributing Editor Maria Sharapova helped in designing the nylon-poly blend bag which comes equipped with a cosmetic case and a separate compartment for sweaty clothing and dirty shoes.