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i have been playing for a year now and have found shoes dont last long playing disc golf.  i have noticed throwing r h sidearm that my right foot toe gets tore up, and ofcourse playing after rain a soggy shoe will never last.   has been hard to find comfortable and water proof and durable all in one good package

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Just make sure your feet are comfortable and Dry !!!

On dry ground, I still prefer the Vibram Five Fingers to anything I've played in.  My current wet ground shoe is the Keen Delaveaga.  It's pricy, and you'll probably end up super-gluing the heel back on within a couple of weeks, but otherwise the shoes seems to be pretty well designed.  The outside of my right foot is holding up against the torque and I have dry feet three months later.  If it keeps from tearing for another three months, it'll be the longest lasting shoe I've played in.  The jury is still out, but so far so good.

I went through Keens the tread came apart, i recently bought a pair of Solomon XA Pro 3D Ultra Goretex. absolutely love them

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