Made from non-stick material, this self-adhesive slide sole is designed to fit any size shoe.
This product may be one of the best bowling investments that I could have made. I have been using this product for well over 10 years. It is easy to apply to your slide shoe, and it stays put. Once it is on, it will be there for the life of your shoes.
I reside in Western Pennsylvania, which means lots of rain and snow. I could not tell you how many times I have walked through water with my bowling shoes on. I have NEVER stuck because of it. Also, through the years I have traveled to many different bowling centers, both synthetic and natural wood. My slide is identical in every house, no need to worry about that being a variable in my game.
I am by no means a professional bowler, but would recommend this to any bowler from novice to expert.
LOVED THIS PRODUCT !!!! This product solved my sliding problem. I've tried several different expensive shoes and I continued to stick. As a last ditch effort, I tried this product. It works beautifully. I am about to order several more to keep as spares in case they stop making it.
It is the best. Never have a sticking problem again!!!!!!! Have walked thru water ( not that i recommend that) wiped it off, and was like new.
def. worth the money--get a spare one just in case it eventually starts to peel--Down here in S. tex. they have birthday parties in the pit area--even the coke spills wont prevent you from the same slide.
This has been a life saver, my appoach has really imrpoved big time; sticking is no longer a concern in my game. I bowl two leagues, the True-slide lasted over a year. Carry an extra one in your bag. You could peel off the old and slap on the new one and be ready to bowl the next frame. Best reason to use it is to replace the powders that leaves residule on the lanes and makes the lanes to slippery for you and your fellow bowlers.
Great Stuff! Have used it or similar for 40 years. Really miss the old nylon Quick-Slide, Big rectangular piece that you cut to fit, then glued on with contact cement. Tru-Slide is too soft to keep small hard bits from getting embedded in it, need to work on that.
I have big feet, size 14 D. These need to be twice as large to work well for me. If you'very got normal feet they'really great, but order 2 if you're a size 12 or greater.
What slide number is this?8/18/2016 - By Roy
Hello Roy! This doesn't technically have a slide number. But it can be compared to 3G's most slippery slide (their slide 1) because it is made out of the same material.8/19/2016 - By Bowling.Com Staff
I'v used this teflon sole for over 50 yrs.they were full size now to smal9/29/2016 - By Gus
Do these work for dancing shoes as well?9/17/2018 - By Sandie
can I use the it on my right shoe. I'm a left hand bowler.4/9/2019 - By GreenHornet
Can you tell me what slide number this is similar to for a dexter shoe? I use and like the s8 the s10 is too slippery.4/27/2019 - By Tina
I have used Tru Slide for at least 40 years, I just bought a new pair of Linds, it is on my slide shoe,I am right handed, can I put it on my right shoe also, five step, drag,drag step,step, slide,10/4/2019 - By jojo
This is ideal to put on your slide foot but if you were wanting to put this on your push off foot to may loose the ability to push off well. It could help if you shuffle your feet on the approach though to have some slide on the traction foot.10/4/2019 - By Bowling.Com Staff