Jason Belmonte’s Jersey Ranks No. 1 Among PBA Fans

by Bill Vint  |  Thursday, August 16, 9:33 AM

Jason Belmonte’s Jersey Ranks No. 1 Among PBA Fans

CHICAGO –Professional Bowlers Association fans aren’t much different than fans of other sports when it comes to making it known who their favorite player is, and one of the most common ways to do that is to wear their favorite’s jersey.

In the PBA’s case, the “fan favorite” is Australia’s Jason Belmonte, who leads the Tour in replica jersey sales from the PBA’s official jersey partner, H5G Brands (formerly known as High 5 Gear). A collection of “official” Jason Belmonte jerseys, replicating those he has worn in PBA Tour competition between 2013 and 2018, can be found on the H5GBrands website (http://www.h5gbrands.com/bowling/pba-pro-replica-jerseys.html) along with a wide variety of additional replica jerseys worn by other PBA stars.

The remainder of the top 10 in replica jersey sales, in order, are: Pete Weber, Bill O’Neill, Kyle Troup, Chris Barnes, AJ Johnson, Marshall Kent, EJ Tackett, Osku Palermaa and Mike Fagan. Replica jerseys for a number of other players also are available, as well as team jerseys for the eight PBA League teams. To order a PBA League jersey, click here: http://www.h5gbrands.com/bowling/pba-league-replica-jerseys.html.

About H5G Brands

Formerly known as High 5 Gear, H5G Brands is a sports apparel company specializing in dye sublimated apparel where the demand for performance moisture-wicking clothing is essential. Best known for its customizable, innovative designs and unique fabric, H5G is all about achieving performance without sacrificing style. H5G was able fill a void in bowling that has long been ignored – cool bowling clothes. Its line of clothes for bowling brings vibrant colors and designs inspired by fashion, sports, music and art. Its other sportswear designed for golf, tennis, and yoga blends style, function, performance and innovation. The company’s conviction to style and performance holds true regardless of which line of apparel its customers choose.