These are some nice shoes, I had mine for around six months now and they are holding together well, with no discernable wear on the tread. I find mine comfortable and, although they are the mid-top model, they give good ankle support. They are staying in very good shape to spite play in wet weather, some snow, woods, and speedball fields. The cleat on the ball of the foot is circular in shape to aid in rapid directional turns according to the manufacturer, which should reduce the chance of a knee ligament injury due to over-rotation of the joint. All that aside they are easy to manuever in and of heavy duty construction, offering better ankle support than low topped cleats. They also have a set of four speed laces (on the mid-top models) to allow for faster lacing up of the shoes. Customer service was also excellent, I had originally wanted the high-top model which was not in stock, so they gave me a substantial discount on the mid-top model, and even offered to let me exchange them for the high-top model in my size when they were back in stock if the mid-tops were not suitable. Really nice service, and the girl on the phone was very easy to talk to as well.
They would not be great for hard surface play, and they are slow to take the shape of your foot, which might give you a few blisters if you are not careful to break them in slowly at first. The toe seemed rather narrow at first, but it not longer does, so I believe it may have been due to the period of wear in time need to allow the shoe to conform more to an individuals' foot.
I would say after the initial break in they are comfortable to wear, with a price of around $55.00 or less. They are worth it in my opinion, giving good traction and having good quality construction. I would have no prolem reccommending Diggers' cleats to anyone for any type of paintball field excluding hard surface. I don't think anyone would be dissatisfied with Diggers shoes.