Yes and thats what i was thinking too. Im not sure if they still make them though because i havent seen them since the time i bought them.I know nothing about these things but if I had to guess I would say you have to replace the whole shoe. Is this what the bottom looks like?
I'm about to check on that.Yeah, not a big fan of Crocs (the animal or the shoe), but if you must, check out DAWGS golf shoes. They are made of the same lightweight material and look a little more like golf shoes. I was actually given a pair of black ones, which I wear to the driving range. Prevents the spikes on my 'real' golf shoes from getting messed up. To my surprise, I get asked all the time where I got them. Check them out. They are good alternative to Crocs.
I also really like Crocs Shoes , but I feel that it's not doing much for me. I feel that the support is not good at all. What comfortable, supportive shoe did you find instead of the crocs?Hey now. Why all the hate for the crocs? I love my crocs (in advantage camo) but I leave them behind on the golf course. As said many times in other threads, don't knock em till you try em.
I've tried on the golf crocs and they don't seem to be tight enough to my feet to be of any benefit. I felt like my foot slipped around in them while swinging so they didn't earn a spot on my feet. Also, I think the spikes are molded with the shoe and not replaceable, but I'm not for sure.