FootJoy Classics Shoes

FootJoy Classics Shoes 

DESCRIPTION

Calfskin leather uppers, Water resistant, Full leather linings, Cushioned leather footbed, Welt construction, WaterLocTM leather outsoles, XPTM cleats by Softspikes®

USER REVIEWS

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[Jun 10, 2003]
Steven Moore
Shoots in the 90s
Model Reviewed: FootJoy Classics Premier

I have narrow feet, so there are only a few brands and styles that come in my size. I have purchased less expensive shoes and I getting about two seasons from a pair before they stated to look bad or leak. Decided to get the best shoes out and have been pleased ever since. Liked them so much I bought another pair. May seem heavy at first, but after wearing them a while you don't notice. What you do notice is how sturdy and supportive they are. I can walk all day in these. Keep shoe trees in them and tak care of them and they will look great and last for 10-15 years. Definitely the last pairs of shoes I will ever buy.

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
[Feb 23, 2003]
ArtVandelay
Shoots in the 70s
Model Reviewed: Footjoy Classics

I bought new pairs of Footjoy Classics, Gelfusions and Dryjoys recently. To my surprise, the Classics were by far the most comfortable. Golfbargains.com was having a warehouse sale and I purchased these $200 shoes for $15. My next pair of golf shoes will be Classics Dry Premier. These shoes are hand made in the USA.

Similar Products Used:

Dryjoys, Gelfusions, Softjoys.

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
[Aug 15, 2002]
twilight play
Shoots in the 90s
Model Reviewed: FJ Classics Saddle

Hmmm, why did I ever think that it would be a good idea to wear basically a pair of dress shoes with spikes on the golf course? Welted leather soles, fully lined. Brown with dark green saddle accent. I've been using the same pair for about _eight_ years now and with shoe trees, careful cleaning of the uppers, and treatment of the soles with mink oil, they're still in pretty good shape all things considering. The lining has worn through and the soles are getting a little too twisty and flexible, so I could go to any shoe repair shop and get this pair refubished and resoled, but I have to think back to the years of walking in these shoes and how my feet feel. Never had a problem with blisters. Very stable for shots. Toes can get a bit sore. So for sheer durability (assuming that you take care of these shoes), acceptable comfort, and classic looks, this is the way to go. Definitely not a throwaway pair. Johnston&Murphy makes golf shoes like this and the quality might be even better. Now will I get my shoes repaired or try out those new Eccos...

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
5
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