I got a pair from the USDGC entry (The Milo) disc golf shoes. They had a piece of plastic or something in the top of the tongue that irritated my foot. I could not wear them two days in a row without that irritation.
After getting them worn in over a month's time, I started experiencing lower lumbar issues. After visiting the Chiropractor with major back issues I have gone back to a better arch support shoe. I have not been able to play golf in over a week due to my back issues.
Got my Milos about a month ago. Have worn them four or five times. After about 4 or five holes my feet begin to ache. Something about the arch support i think. I have been bringing extra shoes to the course with me and glad i have. Last couple of times i have had to take them off after nine holes and switch to my other ones. I have not had any back issues(knock on wood) like JohnE, maybe because i have taken them off. Doing an investigation to the problem now. Not sure if I need a better supporting insert or its the actual shoe.
Was so excited to get these disc golf inspired shoes, not so sure now. Hope I can remedy this issue.
Love the fact that KEEN is jumping on board with this great sport of ours. Seems like this issue needs some tweaking.
My feet have never hurt in any other shoes I have worn for disc golf: Nike, Adidas, Merrell, New Balance, Columbia
messing up some peoples backs
the rubber toe not lasting all but 5 rounds for the heavy draggers...
I've been looking at these Vasque shoes called Breeze Low VST 7080's.. has anyone tried these or should I get something more durable? either way.. I just want a decent shoe that'll last more than one season. I'm sick of wearing my old water soaked new balances.