"I have been using a Timberland show for years. The hold up well and basically you have to wear the sole out to kill the shoe. The bottom two-thirds of the shoe is rubber and looks like the old duck/boat shoes, the rest is rough leather. It's…"
"I play mostly cement tee pads and rarely have a problem with slipping. My problem has been my back foot dragging and grinding my shoes off on the cement. I have had expensive all terrain shoes and cheapies wear out in a short amount of time. I…"
"For warm dry days (which are not overly abundant in Alaska) I go with the Vibram Five Fingers KSO. For me, the barefoot feel allows more confidence in awkward positions. I love being able to dig in with my toes. The thin sole on…"
"I started playing with a pair of Nikes, within a month I had busted the seams and a sizable portion of the mesh on the outside of my plant foot. The tread also got chewed up pretty fast. The rotational force, especially when throwing…"
"My home course is Morley Field, the most crowded course in disc golf. The concrete pads are significantly worn and can be quite slick, even when dry. Turf shoes are the only shoe short of Vibram soled boots that will grip the pad."
"I wear the Adidas Kanadia TR3's, I think that's what they are called. Aggressive sole design, light weight, and totally comfortable. Well ventilated also, but they don't let a ton of dirt into them either."
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