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Shoutout33

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High End Bowling Shoes
« on: May 16, 2012, 08:34:05 PM »
What's up people. Recently got back into the game and am currently throwing in our PBA Experience league. I am currently using the Etonic E Pro ESS Iterchangables. I really like the shoes, but I'm not getting enough slide out of them, and it's really bothering my knee. (Because of the heel.) I had the Dynoroo Ultra's back in the day, but got rid of them when I quit the game. I'm realizing I really need to change my heel, so I'm willing to pay some money for some high end shoes. If you want to give a reply as to why you chose a certain shoe, by all means, please do so; however, it's not required. I'm currently leaning toward the Etonics, but I'd really like to see what folks have to say here. Thanks for taking the time to vote, and I look foward to all of your replies and feedback. ;D

 

Nor Cal Bowler

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Re: High End Bowling Shoes
« Reply #16 on: May 25, 2012, 12:22:01 PM »
I have noticed on my drag foot with my ETours that it's wearing pretty good, only after a month. and nose piece on shoe is not sticking well. Another bowler on my Baton Rouge team had same shoes and he's the one that pointed it out to me on his. I should have gotten the Dexters.

I drag my trail foot/toe too. I specifically asked Dave Ozio if it would be a problem and he told me "no".  Shoes lasted a month. But with the Dexter SST8's you gotta look out for those too, unless you buy one of those optional toe caps. (stupid set up if you ask me).
Try and find a pair of SST 5 sports, SST7 or SST7SE, those have durable toes.

I'm going to get a pair of the Storm Dexters when they come out. Toe seems alittle more durable. We shall see