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SIZE 4 <BR> Broomball Shoes


D-Gel® REK - Indoor Broomball Shoes (Top picture)
The D-Gel REK sole is VERY soft providing excellent grip right out of the box. The "down-side" is that the sole does lack long term durability. Use only on a clean ice surface to maximize sole longevity. Midwest Broomball would not recommend this model for use outdoors. Color: Charcoal gray and black with red trim. Made in China.

Forest Ice® Elite - Indoor Broomball Shoes (Middle picture)
Forest Ice premium indoor broomball shoes. Shoe has a padded ankle support offering added player protection. Due to the sole design (ultra compressed grip pattern), ice surfaces must have minimal ice shavings and snow to maintain superior traction.

Acacia® Spider Gel Pro - Outdoor Broomball Shoes (Bottom picture)
A supportive higher top boot with a larger outsole design for improved traction and a hard protective toe cap. Thermal padded waterproof nylon upper keeps the athlete warm and dry during play.
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by Tim
on 12/27/2015
Great Price
Glad they had my size in the Closeout section.  Saved me $15-20 extra dollars for a new pair of broomball shoes.
by Tom
on 12/9/2013
Traction Doesn't Last Long
The traction nubs on the bottom of the shoe start to break off after just a few times of use. I've had mine for about 6 months and there are none left on the balls of the feet.
by Cargo
on 12/3/2013
Least Durable Shoe Ever
Don't buy this shoe.  They have great traction for the the first few uses, but will start falling apart within 10 games.  The nubs fall off from the ball of the foot almost immediately, and eventually the the whole sole turns stiff and brittle and starts to crumble.  They did not last 6 months, and this was from March-August so I wasn't even playing that much.  The uppers are extremely light, but this made no noticable difference in speed.  
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