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07 February 2013 - 11:25 PMFor scenario, I never found anything that beat my $30 walmart hiking shoes. (Obviously there are better ones out there, but I don't want to trash a pair of $100 shoes with paint. And they were actually really comfortable)
Yeah that's always a good go to choice for scenario... you want something a bit more duty-proof.
07 February 2013 - 11:11 PMI think the idea in a flexible platform shoe is that the pods on the bottom flex and adapt to the ground. Dick's describes them as follows...
Athletic Performance with lightweight and breathable performance materials for increased flexibility and extreme comfort on the golf course. Designed to deliver enhancements in climate control, performance and comfort your day on the course is simple and relaxed. This golf shoe is ultra-lightweight to help reduce fatigue in your game and enhance energy round after round.
- Lightweight EVA spikeless outsole offer cushioning and flexibility for long-lasting comfort
- Strategically-placed pods and zonal traction elements adapt to varying ground conditions to deliver superior stability and traction
- CLIMAPROOF ® mesh upper provides waterproof protection with athletic functionality
- Built on lightweight running last for athletic performance, fit and feel
- Engineered stitching, internal gusset and lightweight TPU toe-shield provide enhanced stability and durability
- 2-year waterproof warranty
- adidas ®
07 February 2013 - 11:03 PMI don't think those look like good cleats either. Just a bit of grass/dirt/mud and you're pretty much clogging up those cleats too; they look about as good as regular cross-trainers to me. I've just never had any good experiences with anything less than "true" cleats.
True, but at some fields they do not allow spiked cleats. Our city ran a rec ball league for a few years but did not allow players to use "spiked" cleats for two reasons... potential to put holes in bunkers (not sure how anyone could manage doing so, but I didn't make the rules), and potential to injure other players.
07 February 2013 - 10:52 PMI'm doubting the gripping ability of those "cleats" on the bottom.
Well the bottoms of those cleats aren't a whole lot different from these...
... those aren't exactly long protruding spikes you see on the bottom. And those have been designed specifically for paintball.
I'd say the Adidas are every bit as much of a "cleat" as the HKs.
07 February 2013 - 10:42 PM