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Old 2008-09-12, 04:27 AM   #14
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Originally Posted by pkittle
I live in a dry area, so can't speak too much to their wet traction, but I remember someone from the UK posting about these shoes (the Impact) whose complaint about wet weather use was more that the shoe acted a bit like a sponge and took a while to dry out. I don't think that the soles get slick in the wet.
This is exactly why I like the guide shoe compared to the impact. It has the same intense grip, dry or wet, without all the foam padding to weigh me down and act as a sponge in wet weather. I tried a pair of skate shoes (mostly to save some bucks) but after the 5 10 grip I was spoiled and I had to come back. I haven't seen anything that provides as solid a grip as these soles.
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