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    Where will I find details of the updated law covering the colour of shoes?
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    I am not aware of any laws changes of this kind.
    Which governing body are you thinking has changed this.
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    Maybe you need to refer to the BE Competition Regulations 2019 which were updated to remove colour from Appendixs A and B when referring to bowls shoes. They used to be described as 'mostly white', brown or grey but now no colour is mentioned.

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    CM3page 62 A2
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    Thanks, guys, for the input. Are not black shoes now approved?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1940mike View Post
    Thanks, guys, for the input. Are not black shoes now approved?
    You can wear fluorescent pink if the mood takes you We have a lady at our club who got a pair last season, very fetching and brought a bit more colour to the game
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    Clubs can decide what you can wear, they can include it in there C of P
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1940mike View Post
    Thanks, guys, for the input. Are not black shoes now approved?

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    I believe so mike
    I will need to check the BE and EIBA CoP but I am pretty sure they havenít specified colours
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