Three bowling shoes for the amateur bowler
Bowling is fun and a good exercise. Most of us just rent a pair of bowling shoes when we go to the bowling alley. Three bowling shoes for the amateur bowler could be Sport Lymon, Dexter moccasins, and Brunswick Zone White and Black Target. You
Once you have decided to buy your own pair of bowling shoes, you could refer to Professional Bowler’s Association to get the list of Registered Products that they have approved. Otherwise, you could choose a pair that would help improve your game and have more fun. Choose which style you would like to buy like retro or the classic look.
Next, you need to decide where you would like to buy the shoes, whether it is the local pro shop or online. Online you would find a wider range of styles and competitive pricing. Depending on whether you are a left-handed or right-handed bowler, you need to buy shoes as the slide and traction accommodation differs. Finally, like any shoe, fit is very important. Buy a shoe that fits you well.
Sport Lymon shoes have a fashionable and comfortable micro fiber upper. These shoes are completely lined with fabrics and stretchy steps for security. The perfect slide sole technology provides long control slide and the raised textured rubber for breaking control. The Brunswick Zone white and black target shoes are made of soft durable fabricated uppers, foam padded collar and tongue for protection. The outsoles are made of rubber push-off and leather slide pads that make these outsoles non-marking and durable. These shoes are lightweight and comfortable.
Dexter moccasins are another brand you could consider buying. These are hand-sewn shoes with a flexible fit, comfortable and durable. The construction of these shoes is like the traditional moccasin with a supple upper to wrap your feet in softness. They offer exceptional cushioning and support. You can also check out Dexter Women’s Astrid left handed bowling shoes and Dexter Women’s Astrid III Bowling shoes.
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