Take a look into what we could consider a complete league bag setup. This list covers all the necessities for most casual league bowlers. Keep in mind you do have other alternatives to the items we’ve highlighted. Some people might carry more than what we have listed, while some may not need everything we’ve covered.
One of the main features found in performance bowling shoes is interchangeable slide soles and brake heels. This feature allows you to replace just the soles or heels (the quickest part to wear out) and get more life out of your shoes. It also allows you to adjust how much you slide by offering varying levels of soles and heels.
Protection tapes serve multiple functions and can be useful to almost any bowler. Whether you’re looking to increase the consistency in feel or protect against blisters, using a protection tape is a simple and effective method that we would recommend to almost anyone.
In this article we give you the list of our top 5 accessories sold in 2021. With 70+ locations across 13 states, you can get a pretty good snapshot of which accessories are the most important to the average bowler.
In this article we give you the list of our top 10 accessories sold in 2020. With 60+ locations across 12 states, you can get a pretty good snapshot of which accessories are the most important to the average bowler.
The more you bowl, the more you’ll start to see the benefits of tape and how you can use it to help your game. Tape is a cheap, quick, and easy solution to some of bowling’s most common obstacles.
There are lots of options out there when considering bowling gloves and wrist supports. It’s important to understand their functions and features to be able to make a decision on any purchase. In this article, we’ll go over the different styles of gloves and supports to narrow down your choices and help with your next purchase.
In this list we break down the 6 bowling accessories that we believe are essential for any league bowler to carry in their bag.
Sooner or later, the nationwide shutdown to slow the COVID-19 pandemic will recede and life will begin to get back to normal. When that does, bowling centers will reopen, and bowlers will be beating down the doors to miss a 10 pin or shoot 220 with no spares.