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Golf Shoe recommendations? 5 years 2 weeks ago #101522

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It might come as a shock to you, but I highly recommend TRUElinkswear. Spikes or no spikes, so COMFORTABLE!

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Yes it came as a really big shock ! :blink:

Golf Shoe recommendations? 5 years 2 weeks ago #101533

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The Golf Father wrote:
CoreyKasif wrote:
It might come as a shock to you, but I highly recommend TRUElinkswear. Spikes or no spikes, so COMFORTABLE!

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Yes it came as a really big shock ! :blink:

Bill I thought you had a pair of Tru's too??
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Golf Shoe recommendations? 5 years 2 weeks ago #101534

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Footjoy Icons or Sports for me. Also like Patrick Gibbons!!
H. Course - Poppy Ridge
Driver - Titleist 915 D2
4 Wood - Titleist 910F
Hybrid - Cobra
Irons - Mizuno JPX850 Forged
Wedges - Vokey 52, 56
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I'm a big fan of Footjoy's BOA shoes. I own 6 pair and as long as they continue to make them, won't wear anything but those.
The reel on the back of the shoe adjust the 'laces', you ratchet them in to get the snug feeling you like, the tongue doesn't slide around and they never come untied.
Having said all that - the Footjoy DNA Boa's are THE MOST COMFORTABLE shoe I've ever worn. Absolutely no break-in time, it was like walking on a cushion and didn't get a single rub spot/blister that you can sometimes get with new shoes.
These things are awesome!! Don't let the price tag scare you off. Go to a golf store, find the size you need....then buy them on eBay. I picked mine up for $80.
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Golf Shoe recommendations? 5 years 1 week ago #101771

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the most important thing is finding a pair that fit you really well. if you're wearing something that is not a proper fit, maybe a bit too big or something, your feet will get really tired and sore throughout the round. and that's the last thing you want. I have always worn adidas tour 360s. They just seem to fit my feet like a glove, and have great support. I did just get a couple pairs of Pumas during the offseason though, a pair of the Cell Fusion and a pair of the BioFusion. They both are really comfortable but I have not worn them on the course yet... but from trying them on and wearing them in my house, they seem really nice. the BioFusion are super light! The new Puma Titan Tour look and sound pretty awesome with their new technology to keep your feet cool and dry.
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Driver: Taylormade r7 Superquad
3 Wood: Mizuno JPX 850 thanks to GB
4 Hybrid: 22* Adams Super S
5-GW: Cobra Amp Cell Orange
Wedge: 56* Taylormade xFT
Putter: Cleveland Classic 1
Last Edit: 5 years 1 week ago by joe_faulk.
PutterAddict wrote:
The Golf Father wrote:
CoreyKasif wrote:
It might come as a shock to you, but I highly recommend TRUElinkswear. Spikes or no spikes, so COMFORTABLE!

truecomfort.jpg

truecomfort2.jpg

Yes it came as a really big shock ! :blink:

Bill I thought you had a pair of Tru's too??

No Joey ! I don't have any