Opinions about the best shoes for Freestyle are varied. In Matt Gauthier’s article about Freestyle Frisbee equipment, he writes that wearing shoes one size too small helps with kick brushing control. Conversely, Larry Imperiale recommends one size too big. Donnie Rhodes and Ryan Young like jamming in Ballet shoes for maximum foot articulation, while Lori Daniels like high tops for ankle support.
In this week’s poll, we search for common characteristics that define the best Freestyle Frisbee shoe. Choose your top 5 answers.
What are the 5 Most Important Characteristics of a Freestyle Frisbee Shoe?
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also important is a continious sole for sole brushing.
How could I have missed that? Great suggestion.
Waterproof for bad-wheather-jams 😉
Or on the beach, in the waves?
I chose “Other” because the flat sole (no pronounced difference between the height of the heel and sole) is most important so that you’re not accidentally rolling your ankle. My favorite shoes are either volleyball or tennis shoes.
Agreed..no heel. I’ve tried playing my my hiking boots, but the elevated heel throws me off.
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