Youth Dress Code

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Effective September 2013


Oklahoma Youth Tournament Dress Code


Official Oklahoma Youth Jersey, USBC Jersey, collared shirt or bowling branded jersey are preferred.
All shirts must have sleeves. No T-shirts, midriffs, low cut or revealing clothing are allowed.
Slacks, Jeans, Shorts and Skirts are allowed. Clothing may not have holes, must be hemmed and shorts/skirts
must be no shorter than fingertip length. Athletic Shorts and leggings are not allowed.
There will be no sagging clothing or undergarment showing.
Bowlers may not wear headwear of any type except when medically necessary.
There shall be no personal electronics of any type in the bowler’s area or used by bowlers during competition.
Bowlers may not wear apparel or use bowling equipment depicting alcohol, tobacco, gambling, illegal substances or inappropriate language/gestures during youth tournament competition.
Tournament Director’s decision on all matters will be final.


Grand Prix Tournament Dress Code


Official Oklahoma Youth Jersey, USBC Jersey, collared shirt or bowling branded jersey.
Questionable language will not be allowed on any item of clothing.
Slacks (khaki’s are acceptable) or skirts (no denim look on either) will be required at the state level for all bowlers.
No clothing may have holes and skirts must be no shorter than fingertip length.
There will be no sagging pants or undergarment showing.
Bowlers may not wear headwear of any type except when medically necessary.
There shall be no personal electronics of any type in the bowler’s area or used by bowlers during competition.
Tournament Director’s decision on all matters will be final.