Yes Brunswick has produced shoes!! The Rampage is a right hand shoe that has slide and grip soles. Its simple yet stylish and is made with a synthetic upper.
Very comfortable, highly dynamic bowling shoe. The only draw back is they are shipped with #4 and # 6 slide soles. They provide a minimal slide. I bought a #10 slide sole separately for my own longer slide style.
I love the fit and fell of the shoe, but I am 55 and I still slide about 6" on the approach. the #4 and #6 pads that come with it are not very forgiving when trying to slide. I think they should raise the price to cover the cost of sending all the different pads available for the shoe.
I was wondering if the shoes are true to your actual shoe size11/21/2018 - By Jen
According to customer reviews, this shoe will be true to size. If you are not 100% sure on the size to purchase, you can add the True Fit Guarantee with the shoes.11/23/2018 - By Bowling.Com Staff
How do I order slide soles for this shoe and how do they run when compared to Dexter as far as slide? I wear a #8 with Dexter, so what number do I need for Brunswick that would compare to the 8 in Dexter?4/5/2019 - By Larry
You will want to go with the #8 Slide for Brunswick. https://www.bowling.com/products/brunswick-slide-sole--8.htm4/5/2019 - By Bowling.Com Staff
I wear a men’s 14, from what I read above the TrueFit guarantee is recommended but a 14 will be exact?8/30/2019 - By MR. R
It is hard to say exactly how this style and model will fit compared to your other shoes. We often suggest the True Fit in case you needed to go up or down in size for the same shoe but the size 14 is the largest size for this shoe. So the True Fit would only help if you needed to go down in size if the 14 was too large. We do have some other shoes that go larger than size 14 so you may double check to see if you find any shoes that have a size 15 option in case the 14 did not fit and you had to move up. The True Fit would be a good option then since you could go up or down on the same shoe model.9/4/2019 - By Bowling.Com Staff
If Im right handed do I need a right handed shoe ? Because I stop with my left foot.11/14/2019 - By Aaron
Most right handed bowlers will need to get right handed shoes. Right handed shoes have a slide sole on the left foot and a push off sole on the right foot.11/15/2019 - By Bowling.Com Staff