Bowling shoes come with varying styles and price ranges. For the casual bowler, you want to select a shoe that is comfortable, stylish, and cost effective. Now the casual bowler will select a shoe like this, that has a sliding sole on both shoes. The downside of this is that you might lose a little traction on your non-sliding foot. But, this feature allows the shoe to be less expensive.
For the more advanced bowler, you’ll select a shoe that is also comfortable but has a sliding sole on the sliding foot, and a traction sole on the non-sliding foot. This gives you a little more power going into your slide. For the very competitive bowler, the tournament bowler, you’ll want to select a shoe likewise, it has a traction sole on the non-sliding foot. It also has interchangeable soles, and interchangeable heels.