Pros: Extremely comfortable, great balance throughout the swing, good grip despite being spikeless
Cons: Some might find looks a bit goofy
I had heard countless stories of how True Linkswear shoes are the most comfortable on the market, the zero drop is great for balance, etc., but was always a little skeptical. On a trip to Golfsmith, I happened upon a pair of True Tour 2.0 in my size on the clearance rack, so I figured I might as well try them on to see what the fuss is about. I think the guy looking a shoes on the next row probably thought I wasn't quite right in the head as I stood up and (a little more audibly than intended) said "Holy crap!". I was amazed at how comfortable they were, even though I was wearing my most comfortable running shoes that day. I immediately slipped them off and carried them to the register like I had just found a hidden treasure, and was afraid someone would spot it on the way up front and try to wrangle them from me. The next stop was the range to see how they would perform. I've always been a little wary of spikeless shoes, but I was amazed at how well they gripped through about an hour at the range, even though there was still a little dew on the ground. I wore them home (nice not needing to change out of spikes) and around the house the rest of the day just to get a feel for how comfortable they would be after walking a bit. It didn't take long to come to the realization that these are the most comfortable shoes I own. Not just golf shoes, any shoes.
The one major negative that most people will point to is aesthetics. If you prefer high end tailored slacks, silk golf shirts, and leather soled wingtips, then these might not fit into your wardrobe. But they fit into mine just fine. And while your feet ache in those beautiful wingtips, I'll be comfortable and playing my best.