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  1. Got the blue camo shirt in this week. A bit awkward sizing for me (6’ 4”, 175) so I ordered a M and a L. The M was a great, trim fit, but definitely too short to stay tucked in and any shrinkage at all would make it too small. Kept the L. It’s a good length to wear tucked or untucked and still not too baggy. Really nice looking shirt. Wish there was more of the collection I was into.
  2. i've worn mine (the NRG version) for one round walking. they were everything i hoped they would be. i'd compare the stability to the tour premiere, but the react cushioning in the heel takes it to another level of comfort. huge improvement over the ZVT1 in my opinion. maybe not my favorite looking nike shoe, but i think the highest performing one since the TP.
  3. Got my ZVT2 nrg today... I’m impressed. They look great and feel incredibly comfortable on a quick lap around the house. They feel much more like I had hoped the original ZVT would. Now if only they don’t swallow socks and give me heel blisters they might be a candidate for top walking shoe. Guess we’ll see...
  4. Same for me. Technically a full size: 13 -> 14 i have both sizes in the golf shoe, but I can’t walk 18 in the 13s.
  5. It’s wild how different shoes can be for different people. The zoom 90 IT swallowed my foot whole, ankle was so loose.
  6. yep. i size up in both from my street shoes. the 270s are definitely a tighter fit than the 90s in the toe box, but sizing is comparable otherwise.
  7. I walked 12 holes in mine on Thursday. It was dry, but no issues with traction. They seem inline with any other spikeless shoe I own. I wouldn’t want to walk all my rounds in them, but they were comfortable enough. You wouldn’t confuse them with a boost/react shoe or a pair of eccos, but they get the job done. I find them slightly more comfortable than the 270 as the toe box is a bit wider.
  8. not a ton of great options in reasonable Uber range of downtown, but i might suggest the following: Lions is a legendary muny and Morris Williams is a very fun one. They are both near downtown and in that $40 range give or take. Falconhead is probably the most enjoyable public course around $100. It's a bit of a journey from downtown though. Avery Ranch might be slightly more reasonable as an Uber ride and is also a great track.
  9. I have worn them all over, both public and private, with zero issues.
  10. i've seen the US release is pushed to the 28th... but always hard to know which source is right.
  11. Looking to sell a few pairs of Nikes... no original boxes. Prices include shipping. Tour Premiere - size 14 - $80: these are in good shape. Probably worn 15-20 rounds. Tread, cleats, and insoles still have plenty of life left. No major cosmetic issues aside from normal creasing. Zoom 90 IT - size 13 - $50: SOLD these are also in very good shape. Probably worn <10 rounds. Lunar Clayton - size 13 - $40: these are in decent shape. Didn’t play much golf in them, but wore them as dress shoes several times. Heel tread is starting to wear and t
  12. was going to post almost the exact same thing! i got two pair over the summer, when it was super hot here in texas. i wore them to the range and for riding and they were fine. they look really good and certainly felt soft. i had some questions about whether they really were going to work for walking, but i figured it'd be fine. walked 18 with them for the first time yesterday and got huge blisters on both of my big toes... the toe box is so narrow (and i have narrow feet!). will be seeing if nike will be cool enough to accept a late return on both pairs... hopefully they'll see that i'l
  13. This is great feedback! I am also a sweeper. I’m not too worried about the size, but good to hear it’s working for you. I played AP2s for several years prior to the i200, it’s sounding a lot like the 770 might be visually closer to those, but still offer the extra distance and forgiveness I enjoy from the i200. Might be time for a fitting to see what’s up!
  14. i have been under the spell of the p770... haven't been able to hit them yet, but they look great and i feel like the target market for them. i'm a fairly good ballstriker, but not really a high swingspeed player... so a little distance help isn't bad. for reference, i'm gaming i200s right now and 7i is 165. anybody compared the p770 to the i200 or 210? looking at them in the store, the p770 is certainly a little smaller profile but doesn't look too scary. i would consider throwing a p790 in the 4i slot, but maybe p770 is friendly enough. the thing that surprised
  15. i am a current i200 player, and have been holding out to see what ping announces, but getting itchy to try some new sticks. last weekend at golf galaxy i saw a used set of i210 and a set of i200, so i was just sort of comparing them to see if the i210 was a noticeable difference. if anything, i sort of felt the i200 had a bit smaller profile. wasn't a huge difference, but also not what i was expecting. anybody made the 200->210 leap and care to comment? i love the 200... is it worth keeping the 210 in the competition for next?
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