Sunday, February 9, 2014

BowlingShoes.com Review

I was sent bowling shoes from BowlingShoes.com. I enjoy bowling. Do I consider myself a bowling pro? No. It's still a fun thing to do with the family.



There's something about renting shoes I can't stand. Those shoes were on many people's feet. Like the ones below. I'm happy to say that I now have a pair of my own.


The only difficult part about picking out shoes online is that I have no clue what size my feet really are. My feet have grown since I've had kids. Then I got special arch supports to wear in my shoes because my left ankle turns in. I was having to buy bigger shoes to compensate for the supports. Well the shoes fit a little loose, which is great. If I get to a point where I can't walk without my supports, there is room in these shoes for the supports.

If their products don't work out, they have a 30 day return policy.


I got the Elite Retro Bowling Shoes for Women. They are $42.99.


The shoes are much more comfortable than shoes you rent! 
They seem very supportive. Ones that I've rented in the past felt like I was putting on cardboard.

The only thing I wish they had more of was laces. The laces seem shorter on my right foot for some reason. I'd rather the laces being shorter than longer though. Then I'd be tripping on them! 


The bottoms of the shoes have a high endurance felt. 
I wasn't sliding around with them, but glided nicely.


Things That bowlingShoes.com Offers For Both Men and Women:
  • Bowling Shoes
  • Bowling Bags
  • Bowling Balls
  • Bowling Excessories
  • Bowling Gloves
  • Bowling Towels
  • Bowling Cleaners and Polishes
  • Grips and Inserts
  • Bowling Book and Videos
  • Bowling Gifts
  • Bowling Ball Maintenance
  • Drilling Service
If you have a bowler in your house check out BowlingShoes.com. I know my Brother-in-law is crazy about bowling. I'm going to share this site, and blog post with my sister. 

Do you, or someone in your family like to go bowling? 

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Disclaimer: The opinions on the post are my personal take on the product. This blog is a personal blog written and edited by me. I was under no obligation to review it if I so chose. Nor was I under any obligation to write a positive review. I did get products to help with the review. 

9 comments:

Ai Sakura said...

I hate to rent bowling shoes too but we don't go often enough to justify a buy heh. The ones you got do look so comfy!

I would love to go more with the family but Lil Pumpkin is still too small now to play.. hopefully when she's older! :)

Ai @ Sakura Haruka

Harry Flashman said...

I actually do have two bowlers in the family. My son and my daughter bowl. I will tell them about this page, they need their own shoes. I don't think wearing shoes other folks have worn is a good idea either.

Liz @ A Nut in a Nutshell said...

I know what you mean about wearing shoes everyone else has worn. They bend in funny ways that hurt sometimes too. I'm glad these are comfortable!

Masshole Mommy said...

I always hate taking my boys bowling because of the skeevy shoes they have to wear. This is a good option, but I wouldn't invest that much money into a pair that they would outgrow so fast.

Masshole Mommy said...

I always hate taking my boys bowling because of the skeevy shoes they have to wear. This is a good option, but I wouldn't invest that much money into a pair that they would outgrow so fast.

mail4rosey said...

Ohh, I like the felt for gliding on the bottom! I like the contrasting colors on the shoes. That's a good looking pair.

Theresa Mahoney said...

Those are much classier looking than the ugly brown ones they give you at the ally! And more hygienic too I would assume!

~ Noelle said...

those look so much better than the ones you get there...
(that is one reason i am not a fan of bowling... hate the SHOES - GROSS)

(Terry) My Journey With Candida said...

I haven't bowled in a long time but I remember hating to wear the yucky rental shoes. So gross.

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