Re: Outdoor Shoes
Shox are a good choice imo. I've worn a few pairs of shox outdoors - in my opinion, the extra cushioning really makes a difference - mainly in knee soreness levels after playing for 3 hours or so. Plus I've never sprained an ankle in shox.
The main problem is probably potential wear-and-tear issues with the sole, but my current pair have been going strong for about one year. Fyi, I've been playing outdoor ball on asphalt, an average of 1.5 times a week, with a playing style that involves lots of directional changes and a decent (37) vert to pound those shoes on the takeoffs and landings.
Maybe some Shox spotlights would be more durable. But personally, I'd just get the cheapest pair of Shox you can find, preferably one with 4 shox columns instead of the whole foot (in the interests of weight). I just found a fuckin worm in the apple I was munching on. Good luck with the shoes
Last edited by 3stat2 : 10-05-2008 at 01:22 PM.