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Old 11-20-2020, 08:22 PM
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uhhhh so it looks like Terrex AX3s in size 10-11 are on sale for 50$ on Amazon. big price drop, at least from what they retail for on amazon. Just thought I should let the good people on here know!
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Old 11-20-2020, 08:23 PM
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uhhhh so it looks like Terrex AX3s in size 10-11 are on sale for 50$ on Amazon. big price drop, at least from what they retail for on amazon. Just thought I should let the good people on here know!
looks like you can get them on the adidas website for 56$ with the 30% off code. so maybe not that crazy but still a good deal.
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Old 12-01-2020, 09:26 PM
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I would highly recommend the Salomon Sense Ride 2's or 3's. Incredibly comfortable and tons of grip, really no complaints with these at all and I believe they do make a gortex model as well if you're looking for something waterproof. They only lasted me about 8 months, still wearable but I've worn most of the bottoms off at this point and can be slippery now. But I played a ton of rounds in these over the 8 months, easily a couple hundred rounds. =) Oh, almost forgot the best part, the lacing system is incredible, every shoe should use this. Just pull the cord/lace and it pulls snug around your foot and then tuck the cord in the little pocket on the top of the tongue. No more wandering through the rough or woods and get laces snagged, great shoe for disc golf in my opinion.

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There are definitely factors that attribute to the best disc golf shoes, but I wouldn't say one specific pair is the best. The idea shoes will help to protect your feet from rough terrain while keeping them dry and comfortable.

If you play regularly then you really should be looking for shoes that are pretty comfortable on rough terrain, and durable enough to handle these environments. Most regular running shoes are pretty comfortable, but when you start to wear them consistently in rough terrain they will begin to fall apart very quickly. That being said, if you base your decision strictly off of the durability of shoes then you aren't going to get the most comfortable shoes possible.
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Just got my third pair of Terrex Swift R GTX. (I think these are the R2 version...) I will wear nothing else. I've tried several hikers, but find them too clunky and chunky. I like to feel a bit lighter on my feet.
The Terrex grip like Spiderman on the side of a speeding bus, and keep the feet dry. They tend to last me almost two years (playing a minimum of 3 rounds per week, with no toe-dragging since I throw backhand most of the time), and my wife thinks they "look cool."
Definitely on the narrow side, but they break in and loosen up pretty well. It's all a matter of personal taste, of course, but I wholeheartedly recommend these for any disc golfer.

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Old 06-18-2021, 06:06 PM
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Just got my third pair of Terrex Swift R GTX. (I think these are the R2 version...) I will wear nothing else. I've tried several hikers, but find them too clunky and chunky. I like to feel a bit lighter on my feet.
The Terrex grip like Spiderman on the side of a speeding bus, and keep the feet dry. They tend to last me almost two years (playing a minimum of 3 rounds per week, with no toe-dragging since I throw backhand most of the time), and my wife thinks they "look cool."
Definitely on the narrow side, but they break in and loosen up pretty well. It's all a matter of personal taste, of course, but I wholeheartedly recommend these for any disc golfer.
Spiderman is not real. otherwise, good review
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Spiderman is not real. otherwise, good review
Says you!

Me and Spidey, we're like *this*, man. I helped him change a tire one time.
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