Tuff Toe Multisport Toe Coat Application

4 Reviews
SKU: TOECO-APP
$29.99
  • Order your new curling shoes with a Tuff Toe Multisport toe coat direct from the Goldline warehouse. 
  • We will apply Tuff Toe Multisport to the toe of your trailing foot. 
  • The coating protects the toe of the shoe from abrasion and provides a more friction free surface to contact the ice.
  • Can also be purchased for existing shoes that require a toe coat. You can either drop the shoes off to one of our stores, or ship them to us.

Details

The purpose of a toe coat, sometimes called a toe dip, is twofold: protect the toe of the dragging foot from abrasion from the pebble; and, provide a surface on the dragging toe that is faster than the shoe itself. The application will outlast the shoe, and will be applied at our warehouse before we send your shoes out.

Please allow an additional 3 business days on your order if you request a toe coat application.

Ratings & Reviews

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Toe Coat

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Was not expecting Toe Coat to be applied. Pleasant surprise.

awesome

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product and service are always the best

Toe coat is well worth the price.

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I am so glad I purchased the toe coat for my new shoes. I was dubious about whether it would make much difference. Not only does it provide great protection against wear and scuffing, but it really does reduce the drag of the trailing foot. I've noticed a big increase in the length and smoothness of my glide as a result of the toe coat.

A needed toe coat

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This tuff toe multisport toe coat is great! I love having it on my dominant shoe. It has helped me improve and sustain my slide across the ice. This is a must if you are a serious curler.

Not quite what I was expecting

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Not sure about these shoes yet. I only wore them a couple times at the end of the season so not sure if there is a break in period. What I found with these shoes in comparison to the shoes I wore for the past two years, is that they are heavier and my heel doesn’t sit in as secure as with the other shoes. The later Im thinking may sort itself out once the footbed is compressed a bit after wearing them.