Curling shoes for all curlers - from beginners to world class curlers
BalancePlus, Goldline, Olson, Tournament and Asham
Built with a sport shoe in two variants:
Fuego in fiery red and Azul in mediterranean blue.
The technical side is identic: textile upper and a very fast 1/4" slider.
Have a look: Goldline Fuego and Azul
Season 2020/21: more Sportshoes, more colours
Many new products this curling seasonThere is a trend in curling shoe design towards a more striking, colourful look. Classic black dominated the last years, but this season mixes in a lot of colour. A second trend brings sport shoes as the basis.
To the left is the most striking trendsetter of this season: the Goldline Fuego.
And these are the other new curling shoes:
Even BP, who so far went with a conservative look, brings with the new 701 series colour to the rink. More subtle that the Fuego, but also with two colours: red and grey and both look great with their white sole reaching up on the side. Fitting to the sublte coloring are two sets of laces in colour for a nice accent against the black textile upper.
Have a look: BalancePlus 704
Olson brings something revolutionary: ZAPA doesn't need laces. Just slip in and go. And yes, the shoe is stable enough for anything below competition level, Olson assures us as we ask. And on top of all, it looks good.
Have a look: Olson ZAPA
Twin offspring for the 400 series of BalancePlus
Especially for beginners comes the 401. His 1/16" (1,6mm) slider is not too fast and -perfect for rookies- it's the first BP model, that is in the entry price area. The shoe itself is identical to the other 400 product lines.
At the other end, for the competitve curlers, is our next addition: the 404. He has the same split slider like the basis model of the 400 series, but he comes with the thick 1/4" (6,4mm) slider and belongs to a very different speed class.
Have a look: BalancePlus 401 or BalancePlus 404.
All the new Curling Shoes for season 2020/21 in a glance!
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|Curling Shoe Overview||Sole||Type of slider||hinged?||Toe coating?||Also for lefthanders?||Weight of pair||Design||Target Group|
|Tournament Eagle Gripper||Gripper/Gripper||full||yes||1.050g||classic||Everyone|
|Goldline G50 Stance||Gripper/Gripper||full||yes||689g||sporty-modern||Everyone|
|Tournament Eagle||1/16" (2 mm)||full||yes||1.100g||classic||Beginner|
|Olson Jack & Jill Revive||1/16" (2 mm)||Split||810g||classic||Beginner|
|Olson Jack & Jill Crosskick||1/16" (2 mm)||Split||750g||sporty-classic||Beginner|
|Goldline Quantum E||Diverse||Slider Discs||yes||1.000g||sporty-classic||Club - Competitive|
|Goldline Quantum X||Diverse||Slider Discs||yes||1.000g||sporty-tech||Club - Competitive|
|Goldline Quantum Z||Diverse||Slider Discs||yes||1.100g||sporty-sophisticated||Club - Competitive|
|Goldline Quantum S||Diverse||Slider Discs||yes||975g||sporty-classic||Club - Competitive|
|Goldline G50 Breeze||3/32" (2,4 mm)||Split||y||630g||sporty-classic||Club Curler|
|Goldline G50 Swift||5/32 (4,0 mm)||Split||y||701g||sporty-modern||Club Curler|
|Goldline G50 Velocity||1/4" (6,4 mm)||Split||y||801g||sporty-modern||Club - Competitive|
|Goldline G50 Cyclone||1/4" (6,4 mm)||Split||y||801g||sporty-modern||Club - Competitive|
|Goldline Fuego / Azul||1/4" (6,4 mm)||Split||y||sportlich-stylish||Club - Competitive|
|Olson Jack Neosport||1/4" (6,4mm)||Split||y||725g||sportlich-stylish||Club - Competitive|
|Olson Classic||1/4" (6,4mm)||Split||y||1.000g||classic||Club - Competitive|
|Olson Genesis||1/4" (6,4mm)||Split||y||840g||classic||Hobby - Vereinscurler|
|Olson ZAPA||1/4" (6,4mm)||Split||y||sporty-modern||Club - Competitive|
|BP 401||1/16" (2 mm)||Split||yes||classic||Beginner|
|BP 400||3/16" (4,8mm)||Split||yes||890g||classic||Club Curler|
|BP 400 coating||3/16" (4,8mm)||Split||xes||yes||890g||classic||Club Curler|
|3/16" (4,8mm)||Voll||inclusive||930g||classic||Club Curler|
|BP 404||1/4" (6,4 mm)||Split||classic||Club - Competitive|
|BP 500||3/16" (4,8mm)||Pods||y||optional||yes||1008g||classic||Club Curler|
|BP 500||1/4" (6,4mm)||Pods||y||optional||yes||1091g||classic||Club - Competitive|
|BP 704||1/4" (6,4 mm)||Split||sporty-modern||Club - Competitive|
|Delux I||1/4" (6,4mm)||Split||y||optional||yes||1.180g||classic||Club - Competitive|
|Delux D||1/4" (6,4mm)||full||optional||yes||1.180g||classic||Club - Competitive|
|Asham Competitor||3/32" (2,4 mm)||Rotator
|yes||690g||classic||Club - Competitive|
The description and classification is of course very personal and is intended only for a first idea.
Weight is usually done with M9.