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Footjoy AWD Casual Golf Shoes

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Anyone got a pair and if so hat are they like? And what does AWD stand for?

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"Originally the AWD name stood for All Wheel Drive, although it is not something you will see in any advertising or information. They will be known simply as AWD."

They look cool.


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