Spikes are specifically made shoes that have small metal (or other material) spikes on the sole of the shoe. The Spikes have a small diameter (cleats are larger knobs on the soles and a cleat could be a group of spikes). Spikes are common on golf shoes because the spikes help with traction in grass. Runners also may use spikes for the grip with the ground when running.
PUMA Complete Hakara XCS Size Matters
March 14, 2013
Reviewer: Tim from Florida
I have narrow feet and this shoe is almost too narrow for me, definitely a running shoe! The sole is also more for a running shoe, but that is my fault, I bought if for the color, which I like.
Wears this shoe: casual wear
Dawgs Golf Spirit
March 07, 2013
Reviewer: Anonymous from CA
The Dawg golf shoes are very nice looking, light-weight and very comfortable. I am enjoying wearing them. I highly recommend them for their product quality and ease of cleaning.
Wears this shoe: Golf
New Balance W900XC Spike New tennis shoes
March 05, 2013
Reviewer: Lyn from Richardson, Texas
I am still getting used to the much lighter shoe - it almost feels like I am barefoot. I only wear them when I walk my dogs for 2 miles 3 days a week, so I do not feel that I have had time to make a fair evaluation of them.
Wears this shoe: When I walk my dogs
Saucony Shay XC3 Spike Love sauconys... Unfortunately not this one though
February 25, 2013
Reviewer: Debbie from Michigan
Very light, also very uncomfortable. No support or cushioning for your feet. Especially for a running shoe.
Wears this shoe: Running
New Balance M700X Shoebuy Rocks
January 23, 2013
Reviewer: Bryan from Silver Spring, MD
I chose Shoebuy because they carried the colors and size I was looking for. My shoes fit perfectly.
Wears this shoe: This is a casual sneaker so I wear it around the house and grounds