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Hyperglide, Hotline, Corepad, Tiger Gaming all have Logitech MX300/G1 feet available afaik. I use Hotlines on almost all my mice, they're cheap yet very good.
 

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Buy a DIY mouse feet kit (basically a small teflon sheet) and use a leather hole punch tool to make them dots of whatever diameter. You could buy some from Takasta on ebay, and similar vendors.

Instead of a DIY sheet you could also use a sheet of teflon of preferred thickness and a double-sided adhesive tape (or a decent glue). Should be cheaper $/mm^2-wise this way.
 
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