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Can someone recommend some golf shoes that look more running/tennis/sneaker shoes?  Best bang for the buck.  Thanks!

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Originally Posted by DestinTiger

Can someone recommend some golf shoes that look more running/tennis/sneaker shoes?  Best bang for the buck.  Thanks!

Many here love True Linkswear and have several pairs - try the True Sensei

at www.truelinkswear.com

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Anything Puma! I have pair of Puma's (not sure which model) and they are the best golf shoe I've ever owned.
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Originally Posted by Motown88

Anything Puma! I have pair of Puma's (not sure which model) and they are the best golf shoe I've ever owned.

I have to agree, i have a slightly wider foot, and the Puma's seem to run a bit wide. I love my pair of non-spike shoes, so comfy.

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Originally Posted by Mr. Desmond

Many here love True Linkswear and have several pairs - try the True Sensei

at www.truelinkswear.com

I love the true shoes as well.  Most comfortable shoes I have ever worn.  I play in the mornings though and my original lTrue Tour shoes are usually like wet socks by hole 6.

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Originally Posted by DestinTiger

Can someone recommend some golf shoes that look more running/tennis/sneaker shoes?  Best bang for the buck.  Thanks!

I'd say TRUE Linkswear as well and in particular, the TRUE sensei since you want something more like a running shoe.

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Originally Posted by cipher

I love the true shoes as well.  Most comfortable shoes I have ever worn.  I play in the mornings though and my original lTrue Tour shoes are usually like wet socks by hole 6.

I understand the 2012 and '13 editions have resolved these issues from reading other posts about waterproofing...

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Originally Posted by Mr. Desmond

I understand the 2012 and '13 editions have resolved these issues from reading other posts about waterproofing...

Nice, because they are the best shoes out there otherwise.

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I was considering the TW13, and the Nike Air Range shoes. I havent convinced myself I need such expensive shoes yet though...

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Been sporting the Range shoes for the past season and a half. Hands down the most comfortable golf shoe I've worn to date. No slip, waterproof (I live in the northwest) and stylish.
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Check out Ecco.. the only golf shoes I'll ever buy... if you work in an office check out their dress shoes also the most comfortable!

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The Nike Air Range are very comfortable. I have last years version waterproof and under $60. I also just picked up the Adidas adizero Dicks Sporting Goods Exclusive. $89 a bit cheaper than the standard adizero. So far they are very comfortable. Also waterproof and have platic spikes.
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I have the Adicross II. Most comfortable golf shoe I've worn.

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I love my True's, but in my humble opinion they are ugly as sin.  If they ever come out with some more traditional designs they will be pretty much all I wear.

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Originally Posted by RunninKurt

I was considering the TW13, and the Nike Air Range shoes. I havent convinced myself I need such expensive shoes yet though...

You don't. Half the time, I play in running shoes. If you're swinging so hard that you need spikes to keep from slipping, you might be swinging too hard.

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