Disc Golf Shoes
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May 26th, 2009, 06:26 PM
April 11th, 2009
I love Adidas Sambas and burn through a pair every summer (then they become shop/garden shoes for the next summer.)
Other than those, I've heard great things about the Portland-based company Brooks that makes Cascadias.
I tried Nike trail runners (3 pairs) when I worked there a couple years ago. they were cute and fell apart quick enough to keep the sweatshops that Bob mentions above ticking (not saying the Adidas weren't made in the same factory, just saying that I get more than a month out of Adidas...can't say that for any of the 10 or so pairs I bought when I worked there...)
Recently I've resigned myself to the fact that, if I want dry feet and to play in the conditions I do (read: is it daylight? is it safe to get to a course...? let's GO!) I should wear big old waterproof catleman's boots with nice insoles or solid trailrunners that will get wet but assure a solid footing.
Wow, I get long winded when I'm icing down after a round...
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