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Master Industries Tru-Slide Bowling Shoe Sole

3.9 out of 5 stars 24 customer reviews

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  • Made from DuPont non-stick material
  • Fits any size bowling shoe
  • Provides great slide
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Product Description

Tru-Slide by Master Industries helps you slide to higher scores with a scientifically designed bowling shoe sole utilizing non-stick made by DuPoint.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 7 x 4 x 1 inches ; 0.3 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 0.3 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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  • ASIN: B00FDNBOFO
  • Item model number: 320
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (24 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #70,970 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)

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By V. Doug Johnson on December 16, 2015
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I wear 11 1/2 shoes and the tru-slide sole is just too small. This time I ordered two and cut them to fit and put both on my slide shoe. Next time I will buy a sheet of the material Teflon (PTFE) sheet Size 6" x 12", 0.03" (1/32") thick, with 3M 300LSE industrial-strength self-adhesive backing [TEFLON06x12-3M] and cut one out of the sheet. The sheet is large enough to get more than one full size sole.
Additionally the glue on the Tru-Slide sole didn't stick on my bowling shoe sole (the sole has the label Flexside Technology on it) so I had to use contact cement to make them stick. And the contact cement did work well. Dap 00107 3-Ounce Weldwood Contact Cement Prior to using the contact cement I sanded with a medium sanding sponge3M Large Area Drywall Sanding Sponge, Fine/Medium, 4.875-Inch by 2.875-Inch by 1-Inch
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I bought a pair of Dexter THE 9 bowling shoes because of their high quality and excellent fit.

They are designed to have interchangeable soles like the SST 6-8 shoes, but they only come with the S7 sole, which doesn't slide well enough for me. Actually I learned from my SST 8 shoes that Dexter really doesn't make a sole that fits my needs, so I finally put a Tru-Slde on a sole and all was fine.

For THE 9 shoes I needed to cut the patch in half to accommodate the hinged sole, which works perfectly.

Together, the fine qualities of THE 9 shoes and the Tru-Slide make a very excellent pair of bowling shoes, indeed.
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have used 'tru-slide' on my bowling shoes since the 1980's when I went to Conn. tourney and experienced very muggy-damp conditions. --- Walk IN water... wipe your shoe and s-l-I-d-e.... Good product.
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Bought one of these to try and remedy an old pair of bowling shoes that had lost most of their slide. The sliding part of this pad is great and it stays firmly in place. My only gripe is that I have a wider foot and this pad ended up being a bit narrow. Essentially, the sides of the shoe it doesn't cover tend to catch the lane so if I don't hit the "sweet spot" it leads to a bit of a sporadic slide. As mentioned, works well for narrower feet/shoes, just not so well for my webbed feet.
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The slide sock made by bowling ball.com later 1 1/2 until it ripped so badly it was junk. I would refer anyone looking for a sliding sock to buy Storms. My girlfriend has one and its still working after 6 yrs. That's a lot better the 15 frames. Amd that's when I noticed the tear. It may have happened earlier thab that.
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I'm a dancer, not a bowler. The particular problem I bought these soles to mitigate is a preponderance of painted concrete dance floors which even some excellent dance teachers seem to get stuck with using for their classes.

If you have ever danced on a "floating" dance floor made of tongue-in-grove beechwood over a padding layer, particularly if you are an older dancer, you will understand whereof I speak. Concrete are not only hard on your knees and ankles, but as you get older the propensity of injury to those vital mobility joints are collectively something that may lead to your (and your favorite dance partner) sitting out about 10-20 years of dance in which you might otherwise have been enjoying.

These soles work, after a fashion. You might not be able to do everything you do on a floating dance floor with as much style (without falling down), but the frictional issues that can damage ankles and knees get much better immediately. Be careful not to slip, but for me (I still have a great sense of balance), these soles worked as well as I hoped.
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I wish they were thicker than the old ones that you had to glue on. These stick too easy and you dont get as good a slide. If they were smart they would start making the old ones again and sell them without the glue. That is why they changed their product because they cannot ship them with the glue to regulations. Anyone can go to the store and by contact cement. Im not sure why they dont offer both?? I just know that the stick on only grind into the floor not over the surface like the ones that I used for 20 plus years.
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This product is intended for bowlers, but I use it on a pair of ordinary sneakers for contra dancing. The teflon and self-adhesive holds up well to abuse. I only rate it 4 stars because I would like to get two in a package rather than one.
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