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    I am trying to find out what shoes to buy for disc golf. I forehand a lot and drag the toe. Anybody that can help plz do so.

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    Loving my KEENs comfy, light weight, toe guard & the best 100% water proof
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    Keens with a toe guard - or buy skateboarding shoes with a heavy rubber toe, they are cheap and easily replaceable

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    any particular style suited best for dg and where is place that has a good deal on them

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    Got my KEENs off ebay for no joke $75.oo brand new. A steel when they go for double that

    Most " disc golf shoes " are just trail / hiking shoes. shop around online cause no shops close i think have them. Maybe DICKS sporting goods

    My key thing i looked for was water proof cause i hate being on the 1st couple holes & have to step in soggy ground & then play the rest of the round with wet feet.

    My shoes http://www.keenfootwear.com/us/en/pr...!dark%20shadow
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    I got a pair of Keens for Christmas and I love them, but I've already worn all the way through the toe cap. One thing I'm considering is a steel-toed tennis shoe. I don't know if they're waterproof (doubt they are,) but it would take some effort to wear through a steel toe like I have with the rubber toe.
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    ^ ^ ^ what size you wear ? i might have exactly what you want

    Lightly used. Best steel toe work shies i have ever had & when compared with my KEENs there is not much difference
    http://shop.timberland.com/product/i...FindSrc=search
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    9 1/2 usually
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    same here 9.1/2 depending on shoe company. Timbs run small so mine are a size 9. Give me a call if interested in checking mine out & possible buy them

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    If you havn't already been to Swags I would check them out. They have the best cusomer service and are priced decent. I have also seen rubber cement for shoes to reinforce toe guards. I got me Merrell's from there around three years ago and they are still holding up.
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