Best Women’s Bowling Shoes

Women’s bowling shoes are available in various widths. They have different types of soles. Some women prefer flat sole while others like a slightly raised heel. There are many styles of women’s bowling shoes and they come in different colors. You may choose from men’s or ladies’ bowling shoes depending upon your preferences and budget constraints. Most women prefer a low-cut shoe because it allows them to wear their hair down without looking too out of place at the lanes during games. Women’s bowling shoes are often made of leather and canvas. Leather is a durable material that provides comfort and durability. It is usually thicker than cotton but softer than wool.

The most popular type of women’s bowling shoes are those with a high-cut ankle strap. These ankle straps allow the wearer to keep her ankles from splayed open when she takes a bow. Ankle straps are also used to prevent the feet from sliding forward when the player starts running up and down the lane. Ankle straps are generally made of nylon or spandex. A high-cut ankle strap is sometimes called a “high” or “narrow” ankle strap.

There are several brands of women’s bowling shoes available today. Most women prefer shoes with a lower heel height so that they do not cause any blisters on their heels when they take a shot. A good brand of women’s bowling shoes will offer arch support, flexibility, and a comfortable fit.

Women’s bowling shoes are specially designed with the female foot in mind so that ladies can enjoy their time at the lanes with comfort and style. There are many colors to choose from and various styles of women’s bowling shoes available. Women’s bowling shoes come in three basic types: flat soled, low cut, and high cut (ankle strap).

Sources & references used in this article:

Shoe dispenser by AJ Gretzky – US Patent 3,312,321, 1967 – Google Patents

Strikes, spares, and gutter balls: A history of Women’s bowling in twentieth century American by E Verfurth – 2012 – ttu-ir.tdl.org

“I did not have time to play growing up… so this is my play time. It’s the best thing I have ever done for myself”: What is play to older women? by CM Yarnal, G Chick, DL Kerstetter – Leisure Sciences, 2008 – Taylor & Francis

Bowler’s Handbook: A Guide to Almost Everything in Bowling by R McIntosh – 2006 – books.google.com

Rendering assistance to best advantage: the development of women’s activism in Kansas City, 1870 to World War I by KD Hanzlick – 2013 – mospace.umsystem.edu