The Gordon’s carefully engineered design allows players of all skill levels and pitching styles to succeed in making solid ringers. Gordon's are successfully pitched by both "flip" and "turn" pitchers. The Gordon is indeed an all-round shoe, equally fit for family reunions as it is for championship tournaments!
The Drop Forge Difference
Unlike common big box horseshoe sets made of cast iron or low quality steel (that often easily crack or break) Gordon Horseshoes are manufactured using the top quality Gold Standard Drop Forge process with premium AISI steel. Forging produces a unique internal grain structure that endows the exceptional strength and durability the Gordon is famous for (not the air pockets and internal voids common to cast horseshoes that cause breakage). A 2-year manufacturer warranty backs up the Gordon’s High Quality manufacturing. When you are pitching Gordon Horseshoes you know you are pitching with top Quality. Learn more about Forging.
Now is the time to get your hands on a pair of gordons and discover why World Horseshoe Pitching Champions have preferred them!
Posted by Raphael J Gallegos on Feb 28th 2021
Posted by Keith W. on Jul 22nd 2019
Competitive prices, prompt shipping and quality products. 2nd experience with Omega Horseshoe Co. and would recommend them to everyone looking to make a horseshoe purchase.
Posted by Deanna L Nesbitt on Sep 3rd 2017
We have been throwing shoes since the day we got them.. We have the flip and ready to play.. just what we ordered..was delivered on time..And o yeah Cheaper than companies..
Posted by Unknown on Apr 14th 2017
I have several pairs of horseshoes and I prefer the Gordons. I like the weight of these in particular (medium). Fast shipping from the company is a plus.
Posted by Michael Taylor on Dec 29th 2015
I have been throwing Gordon's since I started pitching horseshoes and have always thrown a flip shoe . Basically because I can not throw a turn shoe. I have found that the Gordon shoe is the easiest shoe to throw a flip because of the balance of the shoe. Most shoes have a lot of weight on the tips, which causes the shoe to flip too many times or hard to control. The other thing I like about the Gordon is the toe caulk, is not as stocky or square as other shoes. Also a plus in controlling the flip of the shoe. I'm glad the the Gordon was put back in to production and I will continue to buy more. A fast note in the last thirty years of throwing Gordon's I have only broken two shoes. I have one of the original pair that I bought years ago and have given away many sets to new players to the game. Keep up with the great work of making the Gordon shoes.