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I have been looking for a good pair of shoes to wear during my DG rounds...I live in a pretty arid state, but I run across a fair amount of water. I have tried the Bite shoes that are specifically made for Disc Golf, but the interior of the shoe is a bit weak and has worn out. I want to find something better...

Any suggestions?

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Oldest leather shoe in history, 5,500 years old recently found in a cave in the mountains of Armenia. These would be sweet on the course. Also found was a round "disc" shaped object made of stone approx 863g (max weight). Do ya think?

Who is the manufacturer?
Do they come in size 12?
lmao, good stuff.
I just read that a few minutes ago. LMAO!!!
A vintage BC Roc no doubt.....back then it was known as the Mammoth.
It came in 2 molds.....Woolly and Granite
I agree! I love my Merrell lows. They are getting really worn out now after two years, but they are still comfortable. Honestly I feel weird throwing in anything else.

BC Roc, I luv it!
Or maybe the long glider of the day...the BC Pterydactyl, with an engraving of Bam Bam Climo.
cross training is the best for me i prefer more of an athletic clothing type than a hiking outdoorsman
I have a pair of these !!
The North Face Hedgehog GTX XCR Hiking Shoe

The North Face made the Men's Hedgehog GTX XCR Hiking Shoes for adventure racers and fast-paced hikers. A waterproof breathable Gore-Tex membrane fights mud-season trails and inclement weather. The North Face added cushiony forefoot and heel inserts, plus a heel air pod for bottom-of-your-foot delight, and stashed an antimicrobial covering on top of the ergonomically designed footbed to cut down on stink. The Hedgehog GTX XCR Shoe's lightweight Vibram outsole grips rocks and wet leaves as you fly over the trail.

Bottom Line:
The North Face equipped the Hedgehog GTX XCR Hiking Shoes for Mother Nature's gnarliest topographic challenges.

Those do look pretty sweet....a little aggressive maybe...how do they handle a concrete tee pad? do they allow for some rotation? and How much do they list for? Best Price?
Great !!! No Slip !!! Waterproof !!! I got my pair for $ 60.00 on sale at REI sporting goods !!!

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