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  • cristphotocristphoto Members Posts: 3,298 ✭✭
    jonn443 wrote:


    Not exactly is the best forum to ask this question.... Try clothing.




    Clothing forum? Is there one?
  • WarrickWarrick ClubWRX Posts: 10,254 ClubWRX
    I am a "shoe guy", have a lot. I spent a lot of years coming off the course with very sore feet.



    Some factors will depend on if you need full waterproof, if you have a wide/narrow foot. When you find the right one, stock up.



    I have 7 pair of the new Ecco Biom 3 GTX, best fitting golf shoe I have ever worn, good grip, full waterproof. The other shoe that works for me is the Nike FI Premiere from 2016, still have 7 pair, so durable, waterproof, wide toe box.
    F9 9* Atmos Black TS7
    F9 Tour 3w\13.5 - Smoke 75
    F9 Tour 5w\17.5- Smoke 75
    Epic hybrid - 22* Pro White 90
    Mizuno 919 combo 5-P - PX LZ 6.0
    Mizuno T7 - 48-53-58 - PX LZ 6.5
    Custom V-Line Fang
    TM TP5X
  • sheppy335sheppy335 TMAG Junkie Members Posts: 6,341 ✭✭
    Ton of great shoes out there, you have to try different ones and find what you like. I love adidas and footjoy other people wont. Doesnt mean i hate the other brand either.
    TM M3 440 TP 10 Mitsubishi Kai'li
    TM M2 Tour 15 Kuro Kage
    TM M1 Tour 18 Aldila RIP Alpha 6
    TM TP UDI 2 iron 18 UST Recoil 110
    TM TP UDI 3 iron 20 Paderson KINETXX 950
    TM RSi TP UDI 4 iron 23 Aldila Trinity 65
    TM P790 6,7 Nippon Modus 3 130
    TM P790 Black 8-PW Nippon Modus 3 130
    TM xFT TP 50 Nippon Pro WV115
    TM Milled Grind Black Wedge 54 Nippon Pro Black WV115
    TM ATV HP 58 Nippon Pro WV115
    TM Rossa Ghost Tour AGSI+ FO-74

    I drop the 2 iron or one of the other UDI's based on course.
  • csperling3csperling3 Members Posts: 6
    The Skechers GO GOLF Pro V.3 - LX are extremely comfortable and have great stability, plus I also found them for 80 bucks.
  • whynotgolfwhynotgolf Members Posts: 61 ✭✭
    Brobrady wrote:


    I am looking for some new golf shoes. What does everyone recommend?




    I'm a shoe man by trade...sold them for 10 yrs, bought them (retail shoe buyer) for 5 yrs.



    That's a tough question because most of the top models from the top brands are pretty good quality. As others have said, at the end of the day it's about fit and comfort.



    FJ...good shoes, but not the best fit for me.



    Nike...same, but the fore foot area is a bit wide on a lot of them for me. The leather models start to get a little loose and don't hold their shape as well...the athletic type I've fared better with.



    Adidas...the Tour 360 Boost just work everytime for me...2.0, etc. doesn't matter, they are all built on the same last. I own 3 pair, all leather. The last 2 pair I bought on closeout with the split toe just as the 2.0s were coming out...less than half of MSRP. Note...the knit upper model with the sock liner...when the price gets under $100 they make sense, but they are best for dry conditions only.



    Ecco...own the Cage, and BioM Hybrid...make sure you get the right width, hard to go wrong with this brand. The only downside to Ecco from my experience...pricey, and when you lose a spike, the new spikes don't stay in as well for some reason.



    Asics, New Balance...relatively newcomers to the golf shoe market, but both have solid reputations...again it goes back to fit and comfort.
  • bwclark174bwclark174 Members Posts: 3
    edited Jul 13, 2018 #37
    j-rob wrote:

    Soxfan21 wrote:

    j-rob wrote:


    Adidas Tour360 2.0 absolutely fantastic




    This, bought 2 pairs, and plan on getting more when the price comes down, these are the best shoes I have worn in a long time.




    I've already got 2 pairs and ordered a third pair today for about $109.






    I want these, but haven't bought them because of price. Where did you find them for $109?
  • smashdnsmashdn Let's cut them trees down. Members Posts: 947 ✭✭
    I was an FJ guy for a long time. I started down the spikeless route before FJ really got in the game and started trying other brands.



    I got some Skechers go golf spikeless and they are very comfortable. Walk 18 and keep on if my game would hold up. They clean up nice too since they are smooth leather.
  • Steeltown1Steeltown1 Members Posts: 44 ✭✭
    bwclark174 wrote:

    j-rob wrote:

    Soxfan21 wrote:

    j-rob wrote:


    Adidas Tour360 2.0 absolutely fantastic




    This, bought 2 pairs, and plan on getting more when the price comes down, these are the best shoes I have worn in a long time.




    I've already got 2 pairs and ordered a third pair today for about $109.






    I want these, but haven't bought them because of price. Where did you find them for $109?




    Rock Bottom has the white w/ blue trim on sale for $109.99 now, but the sizes are big. Last week, however, they had the special edition white/silver boost on sale for $109.99. They are $139.99 currently.
  • Jstdoit95Jstdoit95 jstdoit95 Members Posts: 188
    I have a couple of pair of FJ DNA's which are great and can be worn with about anything at the course, I also have a couple pair of FJ FreeStyles which are insanely comfy on grass (they are almost too soft on pavement you can feel the spikes a little bit), but their styling isnt quite as easy to match up. I've never had ecco golf shoes but I do have some of their dress shoes and they are amazing, so I would assume the golf shoes follow suit. I've never really been a huge Adidas fan, but with all the good words about them on here I'm going to have to try some on.
    --nope--
  • mankumanku Members Posts: 674 ✭✭
    As others have said, it all comes down to fit and style...everyone has their own.



    Having said that, I was in Roger Dunn yesterday and had 20 minutes to kill while getting some clubs regripped:



    1. Footjoy ProSL - seeing as dozens of PGA pros seem to wear these, I figured I'd give them a chance. Were not comfortable...tried wide and regular.



    2. Skechers Pro V.3 - very comfortable, but the area around ankle is too high and digs into my ankle bone.



    3. Puma Ignite PWR Adapt and Sport...loved the Sport...most comfortable golf shoes I've ever tried on...probably not great support, but bought a pair. Much more comfortable than the Adapt for some reason?



    4. Adidas Tour 360 knit - didn't like collar...fairly comfortable. Other tour 360 models all felt too big. Adipower S Boost 3 were great...didn't like style...too busy.



    5. Ecco shoes were really comfortable...unfortunately a pair of streets had quality issues and Ecco had some awful customer service...tried multiple channels and supervisors to no avail. So they're out.



    Someone else might try on these exact shoes and have totally different opinions...and we would both be right!
  • Sanders74Sanders74 Members Posts: 273
    FJ DNA they are awesome. Had originals just bought this years and they are super comfortable
    Ping G 9*
    Ping G 15*
    Ping G 19* hybrid
    Vokey SM6 46,50,56, 60
    Scotty Cameron Custom shop
    716 AP2's
    Best Ball most recently found. : )
    yall need to lose more AVX!
  • RickKimbrellRickKimbrell Members Posts: 1,437 ✭✭
    Footjoy Dry Joy Tours. Have 10 pair. They are comfortable right out of the box, wear well, keep my feet dry. About all I can ask for in a golf shoe.
  • williazawilliaza Members Posts: 251 ✭✭
    I have tried many different shoes over the past 3 seasons...True Linkswear Outsider is by far the best ive worn...I have two pair now...excellent fit quality and support.
  • gatorMDgatorMD Hacker-in-Chief ClubWRX Posts: 4,564 ClubWRX
    PUMA puma ignite pwradapt disc are by far my fav shoes right now.
    Driver: Ping G400 Max 9 Tour AD MT 6
    3W: TM M2 Tour AD MT 7
    Utility: Srixon Z U65 3/19 Tour AD DI
    Irons: Ben Hogan PTx 4-9 Tour V
    Wedges: SM7 46F, 50F, 54F, and 60K KBS Tour
    Putter: SC Newport 3
    Ball: AVX/ProV1
  • gregkp5gregkp5 Members Posts: 80
    gatorMD wrote:
    PUMA puma ignite pwradapt disc are by far my fav shoes right now.


    yes
  • slow_rollslow_roll Members Posts: 77 ✭✭
    Ecco's are my favorite. They are comfy, stylish and do not need broken in.
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