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Kid's Bowling Shoes? user banned
2nd May '13

Anyone have any suggestions for an affordable place to buy them?
The bowling alley near us does this thing where kids who register can bowl free, two games a day, all summer long.
Soooo instead of renting shoes I'm hoping to buy some for DS, but I don't want to spend much since he's never bowled and I don't even know if he'll like it :lol:



TIA

Booger & Bubba's Mommy 18 kids; Illinois 8136 posts
2nd May '13

We are enrolled in that too. I plan in renting the first time & see how they like it. Then I'll ask on the FB swap sites. I know the bowling alleys around us have stuff for sale in a store inside. I will buy them from there if I can't find any, depending on price.

user banned 2 kids; Bat Cave, North Carolina 64587 posts
2nd May '13
Quoting Booger & Bubba's Mommy:" We are enrolled in that too. I plan in renting the first time & see how they like it. Then I'll ask ... [snip!] ... alleys around us have stuff for sale in a store inside. I will buy them from there if I can't find any, depending on price."


I don't think I've ever been in our bowling alley, maybe they have a store!

user banned 3 kids; Ontario 10942 posts
3rd May '13

My kids have there own, but they bowl on kids leagues from sept to the end of April. Our bowling alleys are closed in the sumer months. Starting after next weekend.

But I ordered them for the kids from the bowling books the bowling alley has, its where I bought their own personlized balls as well.

I know around here they have them for sale on kijiji (like craigslist) all the time. My kids shoes were 120.00 each then 64.00 each for there balls then another 60.00 for their bags to carry shoes and balls. lol

But my oldest has been in bowling since 4 (now 11) in a month and my almost 5 yr old since she was 3. lol We have invested in this sport. lol