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Love my 360's! Only shoe that could replace footjoys for me. Sidenote, anyone else find they run a touch small? I have had to switch to wearing very thin socks (Underarmor Streakers) to best fit these shoes.

 

I agree, its weird its the first shoe I considered taking a half size bigger...and did.having said that best shoe i have ever owned.second are bite biofits

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These are one of he best looking shoes on the market. Make sure you walk softly on the green because they leave deep marks (I am 6'4 260 to be fair), and buy a half size wider than normal. I have had FJ Classics so I had to get used to the mild "football cleat" like feel while walking. Another don't is don't mess with the bars in the middle of the shoe. Sure they are awsome looking, but don't play with them durring a long wait. They will loosen. Then you will kick yourself. If they ever make these in all brown with white stripes I will be the first in line.

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The 360 might be good but the Powerband I just bought (no thread for them) are a POS. Worst fitting shoe I've ever owned and my feet really hurt after my golf trip to Tennessee. They felt fine in the store but the toes are too "low" and "too narrow" and I'll be getting another pair of Foot Joys shortly. Never had any issues with them like these. Horrible.

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The 360 might be good but the Powerband I just bought (no thread for them) are a POS. Worst fitting shoe I've ever owned and my feet really hurt after my golf trip to Tennessee. They felt fine in the store but the toes are too "low" and "too narrow" and I'll be getting another pair of Foot Joys shortly. Never had any issues with them like these. Horrible.

 

 

Did you break them in a little before going out for a round? I just got a pair of Powerband 2.0's a few weeks ago and love em! Mine were tight in the midfoot to start but fit great once they were broken in. Give them another round or a couple of practice sessions to see if they loosen up. Alternatively, if you happen to wear a 13M I'll be glad to take them off your hands.

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I have have a pair of the 360 3.0 and fit like a glove in the store.I wore them around the house for a while before going out on course with them and they seemed like great shoes.First time on the course,after 13 holes my heels were blistered and by the 15th hole I could barely walk.After a few weeks letting the skin heal I thought I'd go out again and try to break them in and use a heel patch to reduce the rub.Ouch.Same thing again and now the side of the front foot has the same rub.The look and technical part of the shoe are great but unless you use them with a cart and don't have to walk you're fine.I think I'll stay with the Footjoys next time

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I have the white/black 3.0's and i absolutely LOVE them.

 

Re: Blisters with these shoes as some of you are concerned im sure.

 

ALL shoes require some sort of break-in to 'mold' to your feet. especially when they are supposed to be 'snug' such as 3.0's.

 

I walked around the house for like 20 minutes, then used at the range for an hour or so. Played a whole round, no blisters just rubbing irritation on my left heel.

 

2nd round on nothing, LOVE em. super snug. Would highly recommend AAAA++++

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i don't own a pair of the 3.0s (yet ;) ), but i do have a pair of the 360, 360 II and 360 ltds, and i've loved each version more than the last and i'm hoping the 3.0s continue that trend for me.

 

i've never had any issue with irritation or blistering with any of the different models that i've owned. one of the reasons that i'm such a big fan of these is because they were always comfortable for me right out of the box. i never had to endure a break-in period like i've had to with all of the shoes that i owned before these. i literally grabbed them out of the box, laced them up and walked 18 without any issues, but that's just my experience and i naturally can't guarantee the same for everyone else.

 

for what it's worth, i've never had an issue with the width of these shoes because i've got narrow feet, but i know adidas offers them in a 'wide' width as well for those of you that have more 'normal sized' feet.

 

just my two cents.

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I just bought a pair of the 3.0s and found them ridiculously comfortable in the store but found them a little sloppy when I wore them the first time at the range. I was on a golf trip this past weekend where I'd be carting so I brought them along with my well-worn Universitys. Long story short, I never had to put on the old shoes. After playing three rounds they were well worn in and extremely comfortable. Unlike some here I did find them to be quite stiff out of the box and they definitely needed quite a bit of wearing to get over the initial stiffness, but my patience was well-rewarded. The stability in these shoes is fantastic! I really feel like these shoes help my swing as corny as that may sound: they seem to help prevent me from swaying and I feel really stable even on uneven lies. If these wear as well as I think they will I may have to buy another pair in a different colour :man_in_love: .

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I had a pair of 360 II's and loved them, until I found my feet getting wet on damp morning rounds. Never had a problem with dryjoys doing this. I returned them to TM/Adidas and this week got a new pair of 3.0's shipped to me for free.
I really hope these don't fail in the waterproof dept, 'cause they're just as good as the II's as far as stability and comfort go.

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