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Dexter Mens David Left Hand

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Dexter Mens David Left Hand

If you're looking to make a step up from universal soles, or you're looking for a shoe that will give you a great combination of comfort and utility, the Dexter Men's David could be just right for you.

  • LEFT HANDED SHOE
  • Color: Black/Blue
  • Leather Upper
  • Fully Fabric-lined with Padded Tongue and Collar and Removable Footbeds
  • U-Throat upper pattern
  • Strobal Construction
  • Non-Marking Rubber Soles w/micro-Aero Grips Traction on Push-foot
  • Long Slide Sole
  • Defined Horseshoe Heel
  • SKU: DEXB2275BBLH
  • Product ID: 8531
  • Brand: Dexter
  • Category: Bowling Shoes
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Customer Questions & Answers  |  Reviews

Question: does the dexter david have a replacable slide pad?

3/22/2016 - By

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Answer: Hello! Unfortunately this shoe does not have a replacement sole.

3/22/2016 - By

Question: i am looking for a left hand mens bowling shoe that is the most lightest and flexible shoe made, size 8m

2/27/2017 - By

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Answer: Hi! These should be a great shoe for you. This shoe will be light weight and pretty flexible.

2/27/2017 - By

Question: What is the difference between the left hand and right hand shoes?

4/14/2017 - By

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Answer: Hello. If you are a right handed bowler, your slide foot will be on the left handed shoe and if you are a left handed bowler, your slide sole will be on the right foot.

4/19/2017 - By

Question: i have a wide foot will this strech some?

4/14/2017 - By

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Answer: Hey Mike. This shoe will stretch some when you break them in.

4/19/2017 - By

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