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Keen Marshall WP 13 50.00%
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Old 06-23-2014, 05:04 PM
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I actually own both the Bryce WP and the Marshal WP. The Bryce shoes are a bit wider in the front. I like the extra rigid support the Marshall's have in the arch. Both are excellent choices.
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Old 06-23-2014, 05:15 PM
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I actually own both the Bryce WP and the Marshal WP. The Bryce shoes are a bit wider in the front. I like the extra rigid support the Marshall's have in the arch. Both are excellent choices.
These Marshall's feel like the widest shoe I've ever owned, but I like them. Glad I got these instead of the even wider Bryce. Yeah, Dosent make a bad shoe in there lineup for sure, just depends on your needs.
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i received my marshalls last week after having the bryce for a year and half. biggest difference i feel is a much better grip. i was a hater of my bryce in wet conditions
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I don't know if it was just me, but I went through a pair of Marshall WP in about 2 months. One of the yellow colored stripes on the bottom (outside foot) of the sole separated and was flapping around. Thankfully I purchased them at REI and I brought them back for a replacement pair. I hope the second pair hold up better than the first.
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i received my marshalls last week after having the bryce for a year and half. biggest difference i feel is a much better grip. i was a hater of my bryce in wet conditions
Wet conditions are my future, just moved to the beautiful state of Oregon. Happy with my choice so far.
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I don't know if it was just me, but I went through a pair of Marshall WP in about 2 months. One of the yellow colored stripes on the bottom (outside foot) of the sole separated and was flapping around. Thankfully I purchased them at REI and I brought them back for a replacement pair. I hope the second pair hold up better than the first.
That's crazy, I suspect that to be a fluke, or you drag your around the course jk

I've never, ever, had shoes wear that quick. Even from Big 5. But yeah REI is a great company, lil pricey and they don't price match amazon otherwise I would have. -$30 on amazon.


Great shoe...
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i have marhsall WP and voted other...its summer time! get some KEEN sandals or the CTX shoes are amazing!
plus the WP are sealed well and my feet sweat
i just got another pair of marshalls non WP and they are sweet
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i have marhsall WP and voted other...its summer time! get some KEEN sandals or the CTX shoes are amazing!
plus the WP are sealed well and my feet sweat
i just got another pair of marshalls non WP and they are sweet
I have both Marshall WPs and non-WPs as well.

They are indeed sweet.
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Big difference eh between the WP and non?

I thought about getting a pair for summer, and the rest of the year. Otherwise I really like everything about the shoe, the fit, the look, the sole, the width… Really satisfied with my decision.
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Keen Targhee 2 Mid Boot. Best DG shoes ever made. The toes on a lot of my other shoes would wear out so fast because I drag my toes on my FH shots a lot. Not with these boots. Very durable and very waterproof. I never hesitate to stomp around on the course through mud or creeks. Yeah, they get hot in the summer but I just cycle through socks after every round and am just fine.
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I don't know if it was just me, but I went through a pair of Marshall WP in about 2 months. One of the yellow colored stripes on the bottom (outside foot) of the sole separated and was flapping around. Thankfully I purchased them at REI and I brought them back for a replacement pair. I hope the second pair hold up better than the first.
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That's crazy, I suspect that to be a fluke, or you drag your around the course jk

Great shoe......
LoPan has a pic in another Marshall thread. My buddy has had two pair. All had tears at the yellow part after just a few rounds. My buddy's first pair only took 10 rounds before he noticed it. His second pair took about 20 rounds, but didn't rip as bad, at least last time he showed me. Its just a lot of force twisting on concrete, and the Marshall soles are borderline too soft.
He's still happy with them, and he'll probably get a good year out of them. Still waterproof, too.
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