Hi-Tec CDT Power Shoes

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User Reviews (2)

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tlovell   Shoots in the 70s [Jul 31, 2006]
Model Reviewed: Hi-Tec Custom Comfort CDT

Great shoes for the money (ebay for 40 bucks new). Took about 6 holes to break them in but after that I love them. Unbelievably stable, waterproof, and light but still supportive. I bought them in white as a summer shoe to walk in and have not been disappointed. Well worth the money.

Similar Products Used: Adidas Tour classics, Foot-Joy Classics, Etonic, Foot-Joy Dry Joys, Foot-Joy e comfort, Foot-Joy Terrains, Rebock
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birdgolf   Shoots in the 100s [Jul 05, 2006]
Model Reviewed: Hi-Tec Custom Comfort CDT

These are a european shoe. They have a coolmax lining, and a 2 year waterproof guarantee.

The design of the shoe is a tighter fit in the heel moving out to a roomy toe box area. I found this keeps my heel in place nicely and give my toes room to breath as opposed to being squashed together. The instep area is snug and comfortable when laced. After walking 18 holes my feet and toes are still comfortable don't feel bound up or pinched.

What impressed me most about these shoes is the great amount of lateral stability the soles provide. These shoes keep your feet in place.

The spikes that came with my shoes are Champ Scorpion Stinger tri-locks. These really grip the ground. Combining these spikes with the wider sole (and various nubs and ridges on the sole) really makes for a stable and comfortable swing platform.

I walk our course and carry my clubs. With previous shoes I have twisted ankles while walking due to of a lack of overall stability in the shoe - like wearing dress shoes while carrying a loaded daypack over hilly terrain. I don't have that issue with these shoes. The Hi-Tec's are stable and provide support and traction.

I tried various other brands but found the Hi-Tec Custom Comfort CDT to provide the best combination of support and comfort, while still being very reasonably priced.

There was a slight break-in period in order to get the break across the top of the toes comfortable. I did this at home walking around in the shoes off and on for two evenings - doing deep bends on the balls of my feet and working the sides and top of the shoes. The result has been a break on both shoes that isn't noticed.

The heel of one shoe began to pinch and rub the heel after half a round of going up and down a hilly course. There are no seams on the inside of the shoe in the heel area - it is completely smooth. The cause was the heel of the shoe having a bend or fold in it from construction. I put some nice cedar shoe trees in the shoes after each round and after a couple days the fold/bend in the heel had been worked out, had a nice form to it, and there has not been any rubbing in the heel area.

I am very pleased with these shoes and would strongly recommend taking a look at them.

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5
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5
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