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Stance matt ripping up my golf shoes

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  • Stance matt ripping up my golf shoes

    Hi All,

    I am experiencing a pretty annoying issue. I tend to really like my Puma Ignite golf shoes, but my left shoe on the outside is absolutely getting destroyed because I tend to roll over onto the side of my shoe. Take a look... Anyone else experience this? Possible modifications/accessories you may suggest?



  • #2
    The farm-boy in me wants to reply, "duct tape?" lol

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    • SkeetShooter
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      Trust me... I've heavily considered it.

  • #3
    I just wear flip-flops or sneekers, indoor mats aren't slipppery. Save your golf shoes for the course.


    m

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    • #4
      Glad I saw this I’ll use my cheap golf shoes indoors moving forward

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      • #5
        Originally posted by Matt F View Post
        I just wear flip-flops or sneekers, indoor mats aren't slipppery. Save your golf shoes for the course.


        m
        I started ripping up my shoes as well. In fact i completely tore the side off my Puma sneakers, and I started to wear down my Nikes... So I'm thinking duct tape on the golf shoe might be the ticket... I just wish there was a golf shoe that had a design similar to my old motorcycle boots... See how on the outside there is basically a slider... That thing was money when i crashed at the track years ago... I probably would have lost my little toe if it wasn't for that... Ah youth....

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        • #6
          I’m on my second pair of shoes as well. I think you could get a type of molten plastic and dip the left front side in it maybe? I wore out the corner and sole of the last pair.

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          • #7
            I see SmoothOn is a product you might be able to use, but the material will be more expensive than new bargain shoes. I looked into HPDE, but that only gets soft enough for molding, not pouring.

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