“JUNIOR NORRIS” MEMORIAL SHOOT-OUT
FOR THE TOURNAMENT PLAYERS WHILE INSIDE THE PLAYING AREA
The final authority on all dress code issues are the discretion of the referees – no exceptions.
SHIRTS: Polo or Button-Down Style Shirt with sleeves and fold-over collar.
JUNIOR NORRIS EVENT shirts may be worn, whether collared or no collar.
TRUE BILLIARD GAME GEAR from Apparel Companies such as JERRY OLIVIER BILLIARD APPAREL, LIGHTS OUTS, JAM UP APPAREL, ACTION 24/7, BRUTAL GAME GEAR, ETC may be worn but only if they are obviously BRANDED with the name.
NO JERSEYS OR ATHLETIC UNIFORMS of any kind.
NO Sleeveless Shirts or Tops (NO EXCEPTIONS).
SWEATERS, JACKETS & COATS: Sweaters, jackets, coats, or other non-athletic outerwear may be worn over shirts that do not meet the dress code.
PANTS: Casual or Dress pants, (NO BAGGY OR SAGGING ALLOWED). All pants must be pulled above the hips.
SHORTS: NO SHORTS. All Pants must be full length.
JEANS: “FULL LENGTH” Neat & Clean Jeans, No tears, holes, or threadbare spots including designer clothing that have incorporated such features as a part of the design – no exceptions.
CAPRIS are allowed for the Women. Sleeveless shirts or tops are NOT allowed regardless of gender.
DRESSES or SKIRTS: May be worn as long as the length is at the knee when standing upright.
Leggings or jeggings allowed but shirts must be longer than the butt when bending over.
NO ATHLETIC WEAR: No Athletic wear of any kind, including but not limited to: Sweats, swimwear, jogging suits, athletic uniforms, jerseys, or any kind of pants with contrasting stripes normally associated with athletic wear. (except TRUE BILLIARD GAME GEAR)
NO OVERALLS or COVERALLS:
HATS / CAPS: Billed or Brimmed hats or Caps must be clean, neat, and worn with the bill straight forward. NO STOCKING CAPS or SKI CAPS of any kind.
FOOTWEAR: All footwear must be closed-toe and normal in the manner of its style and wear. Shoes with laces must be properly tied. No Open Toed Shoes.
NO Bandanas, Scarves above the neck, and NO Headbands.
NO Electronic Headgear while playing a match.
Any clothing or headwear judged by tournament officials or referees to be:
A. in poor taste, offensive, dirty, excessively torn, or worn in a manner other than intended
B. disrespectful or mocking in any way (e.g., sleep wear, clothing worn as a joke, etc.)
C. unnecessarily revealing (e.g., bare midriff, low cut necklines, etc.)
*****Medically necessary exemptions may be obtained for any item. If you need a medical exemption, see the tournament director prior to any match.