ByEdwin Garcia|@SkyInTheChi| April 23, 2021If you buy something from a link on our site, Queen Ballers Club may earn a commission.
WNBA team merchandise for players is in high demand. For example, some of the 2021 WNBA jerseyssold out during the pre-sale. But it can still be a challenge to find gear featuring and supporting our favorite WNBA players.
So today, we’ve pulled together a list of some of the coolest WNBA team merchandise and WBA player merchandise (including new rookies!) to make it easier to show off the league’s players and make your gift giving a walk in the park. You’ll quickly discover many players now have their own online shops, offering everything from hoodies to beanies and beyond. You can also shop signed WNBA merchandise here.
There are even some surprises, such as candles and wooden basketball hoops that you absolutely have to check out! These players are crafty on and off the court.
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Check out the list below to pick your favorite merchandise from your favorite players, and rock it out on the town! The list is in alphabetical order to make skimming easy.
Aari McDonald: Rookie with a brand
Aari McDonald lit up March Madness and was drafted by the Atlanta Dream. Today she offers an official draft day tee. As Aari puts it, “My name is [AIR]-E, not [ARR]-E. That’s all I wanted to say, thank you.”
What’s cool about it:It’s great to see a rookie jumping on swag opportunities early on. It’s a sign of progress and a positive for women’s basketball.
Price:The T-shirt costs $30 and the long-sleeve version is $45.
Where to buy:You can buy Aari’s design here, but only if you pronounce her name right!
A’ja Wilson’s candles and store
A’ja Wilson released an amazing candle line in 2021, through her new company Burnt Wax Candles.
What’s cool about it:Merchandise usually means shirts and hoodies, so it’s really neat to see a player do something different.
Luckily, A’ja’s fans don’t have to wait until the next candle release to buy merchandise of hers. She also offers hoodies and T-shirts on PWRFWD, a site (founded by Breanna Stewart and Sue Bird as well as other athletes) that empowers athletes to set up their own online stores with ease.
What’s cool about it:A’ja’s clothing is bold and exciting. Her “Queen of Vegas” hoodie is fly in all black with an explosive image featuring the queen herself against a backdrop of palm trees and neon lights. Her “tea time” gear, inspired by her podcast with Napheesa Collier, is colorful and creative.
Alex Harden of the Phoenix Mercury has merchandise on 500 LEVEL, featuring a nice variety of styles, and two different designs.
What’s cool about it:Her shirts are a total Phoenix vibe! For example, one features the city’s skyline with her name and number across it. And the color ways on both match her Phoenix Mercury team and really pop off the shirts.
Alysha Clark is one of the best defenders in the league. She’ll definitely leave your stat sheet blank. This hot tee is in Washington Mystics colors and features Alysha doing her best work.
What’s cool about it: Lockdown defense isn’t celebrated enough. For some reason we find it sexier to talk about offense. But Alysha Clark is a game changer, and this shirt puts defense (half the game!) front and center.
When the playoffs come around, Alyssa Thomas takes it to another level for Connecticut. Her “Playoff AT” t-shirt features an orange, brown, and white print on a super-comfortable heather navy tee to make that very point.
What’s cool about it: When Alyssa’s mom signed her up for basketball and Alyssa had a fit about it. But now, years later, she turns it up for the playoffs: Alyssa set the WNBA finals record in 2019 for total assists (38), assists in a quarter (7) and assists in a half (8).
Arike Ogunbowale offers an awesome dad hat, in addition to T-shirts, sweatshirts, and hoodies. As her “Scores Every Time Tee” explains, it doesn’t matter where in the world Arike is, she will always be a certified bucket.
What’s cool about it:Arike’s shirts match her on-the-court personality, especially her “Metal Tee”. Bold vibes, for a bold player.
Price:Her dad hat is $35, and the tees start at $30.
Breanna Stewart‘s shop is “a whole damn vibe.” As a co-founder of PWRFWD, we’d expect nothing less. She offers a wide range of items including traditional tees, posters, and even an original pennant.
What’s cool about it:From Seattle Storm-styled merchandise, to her own tees and posters, Breanna’s wide range of items all showcase the style and energy we love from her. The Wubble Champion tee is definitely one of a kind.
Bria Hartley not only averaged 15 points and 5 assists per game in 2020, but also she has her own brand of clothing. Damaged Crown takes great pride in manufacturing high-quality products for all ages, sizes, and genders. And the brand caters to the youth, hip hop, rock stars, and skateboard cultures.
What’s cool about it: It’s awesome to see Bria leaving her mark on the world in a totally original way.
Brittney Griner is one of a kind. So it comes as no surprise that her merchandise is as well. She offers colorful tees and even tank tops! And her “RISE” design would make the perfect gift for Shaquille O’Neal.
What’s cool about it:It’s hard to find tank top options with a WNBA focus, so it’s great Brittney offers them.
Charli Collier, similarly to Aari, is a WNBA rookie. She was drafted number one in this year’s WNBA Draft and will be playing this season with the Dallas Wings. In the meantime, you can already show your love for Charli by buying her draft day tee.
What’s cool about it:The availability of merchandise for a player in their first year is a great step for Charli, the WNBA, and women’s basketball as a whole. Plus, the Draft Day tee has a fly black and pink color way that really pops.
Price:The tee costs $30 and the long-sleeve option is $45.
Diamond DeShields has T-shirts available on 500 LEVEL, with a dope design featuring her making a move and her autograph. It’s a comfy, premium T-shirts available in both grey and Chicago Sky blue. Queen Ballers Club also for a limited time has a sweatshirt featuring the star.
What’s cool about it: This is a one-of-a-kind design for a one-of-a-kind player. And the T-shirts come in all sorts of sizes for everyone, including babies!
Price:The cost ranges from $24.99 to $29.99 depending on which version you buy.
Elena Delle Donne candles, trucker hats, and hoops
Elena Delle Donne also offers a fun mix of merchandise, including a candle, along with trucker hats and traditional tees featuring designs such as “50-40-90 Club” and “Demand Excellence.” She also sells very original basketball hoop art, and cutting boards.
What’s cool about it:Elena’s designs bring together her woodworking hobby with her on the court accomplishments.
Price:The trucker hat costs $25, while candles and tees start at $30.
After going undrafted, Erica Wheeler has already proven she belongs in the league. Now she wants to prove she belongs in the City of Angels. Her tee features cool “I BELONG” text with her signature on a black backdrop.
What’s cool about it: She’s on a billboard and now you can put her on your chest too.
Glory Johnson has a nice selection of shirts with multiple designs on 500 LEVEL.
What’s cool about it:Glory not only offers Dallas Wings-friendly merchandise, but also has shirts in red and blue color ways that really pop. The “Glory Johnson 1,000 B” image looks fantastic and demonstrates what makes Glory so fun to watch.
Jacki Gemelos has battled injuries her entire hooper career. She tore her ACL 5 consecutive times within a 6 year time frame. And yet, she has persevered and overcome adversity time and again. After being released by the Sun in 2020, Jacki was signed by the Washington Mystics, and most recently she’s made the jump to Assistant Coach for the New York Liberty. As a result, her gear is inspiring, and aims to empower others to chase their goals.
What’s cool about it: Jacki’s threads send a powerful message to folks all over the world, that no matter what they’re facing, they can keep going.
Jewell Loyd has a great looking logo and a phenomenal design for her “Gold Mamba” merchandise. She has hoodies, t-shirts, and prints available for purchase.
What’s cool about it:The “Gold Mamba” design is a must cop, featuring electric green and yellow, and the mamba herself. It looks so good that even if you’re not a Jewell fan, you should probably consider buying it.
Price: Items range from as low as $20 to as high as $60.
The Chicago Sky are officially the 2021 WNBA Finals Champions and Kahleah Copper is the WNBA Finals MVP! Celebrate her epic performance with her MVP t-shirt and hoodie, and “Never Forget” t-shirt and hoodie documenting her iconic interaction with Sophie Cunningham during the series. Sophie, by the way, told media, “Put me on all the T-shirts you want. My hair looked nice.” Lucky for us, Kahleah took her up on it, and now we can sport this historic moment for years to come.
What’s cool about it: Sold by Kahleah herself on her own Shopify site, so all proceeds go right to her.
Karima Christmas-Kelly uses her platform to stand up for what is right. She created Confident Vibes Clothing, a clothing line centered around promoting confidence and empowerment. Her tees feature phrases such as ‘Black Lives Matter,” “Black Women Are Dope Period,” and “Bet On Black Women”.
What’s cool about it:It’s great to see athletes standing up for what they believe in and fighting for what is right. Karima’s clothes are not only stylish, but also merchandise has a social justice and women empowerment angle that is inspiring, sending a powerful message to the world.
Price:T-shirts range from $20 to $55.
Where to buy:You can support Karima and spread a powerful message by wearing her merchandise, available here.
Katie Lou Samuelson always smiling
Katie Lou Samuelson takes a unique approach to her merchandise, in that she offers threads not only about her on the court play, but also about positivity. Her colorful tee options promote a positive message regarding mental health, and they do so in style. “No matter the state of the world, please know you are valued,” shared Katie Lou Samuelson.
What’s cool about it:As a society, we’ve come a long way in terms of mental health. We are much more open to talking about it and sharing our feelings about it. Still, there can be a stigma and it’s not an easy thing to talk about. That’s why wearing Katie Lou’s shirts can actually help open up that conversation. You can wear an “It’s okay not to be okay” tee and strike up a conversation about mental health with someone. Even just wearing the shirt is a statement. It lets everyone know that you support mental health, and it’s a warm, reassuring message.
Layshia calls himself a “lead by example person,” and that statement holds true on and off the court. They are a member of the WNBA’s Social Justice Council. And they know that nothing is more important than being true to yourself. Layshia has a wonderful Trans People Belong In Sports T-shirt.
What’s cool about it: A percentage of proceeds will benefit one of Layshia’s favorite organizations: GLITS (Gay & Lesbian in a Transgender Society).
Slide right into a good time! Slides are a summer favorite for many, and Lexie has joined in on the fun with her own slides. Including options such as “Beast & Beauty,” “Bye Felicia,” and “Hoop Over Hype.” She also has a fun signed T-shirt, featuring herself hooping, on 500LEVEL.
What’s cool about it:The product and designs are super fun, and each ISlide sandal is custom printed by hand using a unique printing process.
Marina Mabrey has a very interesting design for sale across T-shirts and hoodies, that says “This is my kitchen” with an image of her balling out.
What’s cool about it:We’ve unfortunately all heard the sexist saying, “get back into the kitchen” before. Marina decided to get back at the trolls pointing out that the court is her kitchen. “To all the male women’s basketball haters, y’all can get in the kitchen and make us a sandwich now, thanks,” shared Marina Mabrey. It’s a cool, powerful way to take control of a dumb comment.
Where to buy it: You can buy her awesome shirt here.
Maya Moore win with justice
Superstar Maya Moore is using her platform to fight for justice. She has a line of black and white merchandise with the words “Win With Justice” written across the front.
What’s cool about it:It’s great to see Maya advocate for what she believes in and to do it her way. Here is her statement on what this brand is about: “I’m working to bring a new vision to our justice system that moves beyond simply a result-driven finish line and instead brings a broader lens to promoting safe and healthy communities.”
Megan Walker has her own brand MKW, featuring all sorts of bright, tie-dye tees. Her clothing stands out the same way she does on the court. As Phoenix said, “If Megan Walker had stayed for her senior season at UConn, we believe that she would have been considered among the top prospects of the 2021 draft class. She shot over 45 percent from three-point range her last year in college, is shooting better than 40% from three in Europe this offseason, and has the potential to be an important part of our roster in 2021. We are excited to welcome her to Phoenix.”
What’s cool about it: Megan has a ton of different tee designs, with more on the way. Plus, she sells wristbands that match.
A 2012 McDonald’s All-American who went on to ball at UCLA, Michaela Onyenwere joined the New York Liberty in 2021. She made her impact immediately known in the W, earning the Rookie of the Month title in May. She now has a bunch of dope gear on PWRFWD including a grandma shirt and a Brooklyn shirt.
What’s cool about it: One special design highlights her WNBA draft night experience. Her grandma was very hype, and we loved it! With this electric shirt she pays tribute to her grandma.
Napheesa also has video basketball skills lessons available with Through The Lens, where she teaches fades and physicality, among many other things about her path to becoming one of the brightest young stars in the game.
Tiffany Hayes real role model
Tiffany Hayes has a line of clothes that’s just as bold and electrifying as she is. She has a wide variety of shirts, slogans, and styles that are sure to make any WNBA fan happy.
What’s cool about it:Tiffany offers three different shirts: a “Real Role Model” tee shirt, “TIP Logo Shirt”, and the “Ankle snatcher.” They all have a unique look and satisfy a different audience. The color options are spectacular as well.
An exceptional facilitator on both ends of the court, Tyasha “Ty” Harris is a twenty-two year old 5’10” point guard for the WNBA’s Dallas Wings. Tyasha Harris learned from the best in Columbia, South Carolina, and Dallas no doubt reaped the benefits. Her Dallas Tyasha shirt and South Carolina basketball tee are easily two must cops.
What’s cool about it:Unisex sizing with a snug fit makes these a great gift for anyone in the squad.
What’s cool about it: She had lots of input on the design. “I know that a big part that I honed in on was having a shoe that was comfortable and low to the ground, but also covered all the aspects of comfort – you’re able to jump, you’re able to run and having all of that in one – and not sacrificing one for the others,” she recalled. “That was a huge thing that I had said.”
Price: To be determined.
Where to buy: Cop them on Nike’s website, after they launch later this year.
Satou Sabally style included
One would struggle to find a merchandise store more daring than Satou Sabally’s. She offers beautiful tees, creative hoodies, and a gorgeous poster.
What’s cool about it:The variety Satou offers is unmatched. Tees such as “Unicorn”, “Masterpiece”, and “Pose” are so different and so cool for so many different reasons.
Sue Bird‘s SLAM cover tee is sold out, but she still has a GOAT tee and hoodie on BreakingT. Because if you ask the fans in Seattle, Sue Bird is the only GOAT when it comes to women’s basketball. Especially after winning another championship. You can also get her Explorer jersey in the WNBA shop.
What’s cool about it: Give props where props are due! This dope design on a green background is a great way to do it.
Victoria Vivians has some real stylish gear on 500 LEVEL. She has a few shirts rocking her name and number, some featuring her name and her signature, and a beautiful shirt with her in action that really pops when you see it.
What’s cool about it: The variety of her store and the depth in options available for all ages and styles makes the store welcoming for all. There’s something for everyone!
There you have it: a comprehensive list of WNBA player and team merchandise to show off your love for the game. We hope you’ve found some cool gifts to buy for yourself and others. Also, cop your favorite player’s jersey anytime in the WNBA shop.