Shoes For Women Bowlers
By: bowlingball.com, 3/1/16
If you are looking for shoes for women bowlers
, here is some information you may find useful?
Shoppers for bowling shoes for women today are conscious of finding the best of styles, multiple colors, artsy designs and logos, comfort, stability, and durability.
It is easy to find bowling shoes the ladies will like with plenty eye appeal.
You will be happy to know there are ladies shoes with styles ranging from the casual and very comfortable athletic-type shoe to more of a designer-like shoe.
The more traditional style of shoes not only looks good but also offers both quality and comfort.
It is important to know that, in general, women’s shoes come in sizes ranging from size 5 to size 15 with sizes 7 – 9.5 being the most frequent selections.
It is recommended to purchase shoe protectors which help to avoid picking up moisture, gum, or food, as examples, on the soles or heels of your shoes while you move about the settee area or on the concourse.Shoe protectors
slip directly over the shoes and are available in multiple sizes for women.
Since women are typically budget conscious, owning bowling shoes will save money in the long run. The continuing cost of renting shoes at bowling centers will add up to the cost of owning your own pair of shoes after only a few times you bowl.
Owning your own shoes guarantees sanitary protection for your feet because you will no longer have to share shoes with the public.
Once you break in new shoes, your comfort level and ability to slide consistently with good stability improves.
For more skilled bowlers, there are custom shoes providing interchangeable sliding soles and traction heels for varying approach surfaces and approach friction factors.
Some shoes provide built up heels to help you get your weight to transfer onto your sliding soles easily and smoothly.
Of course, it is hard to beat the comfort the athletic model of bowling shoes give you, especially if your feet tend to bother you when walking for an extended period of time.
If you are considering getting your own pair of bowling shoes, check with your local pro shop
Check out the differences in shoe construction, style, and colors so you make the best decision for your bowling needs.