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post #19 of 32
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Originally Posted by Kletus View Post

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.

 

Depends on the model… and your taste:

 

post #20 of 32
I bought white Nike TW 2012 at a friends course because I forgot my shoes. I bought them because I liked the design on the bottoms. They looked very aggressive and that they would do their job which is to keep my feet planted. I am not in love with the general look but they are very comfortable and they work awesome at their purpose which is to keep me planted. I liked them so much I bought a second pair black. Now I don't like to wear anything else.

I have Footjoys, Ecco's, Trues but I like the Nikes best. You can get them 2012's now for a little over $100.
post #21 of 32
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Originally Posted by geauxforbroke View Post

 

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. 

I could never play a round without spikes, much less have a serious driving range session.

 

However I have a buddy that comes in from LA every now and then.  Wears Sperry boat shoes with flat slick bottoms and plays just fine.

 

As for the OP I like the look of the TW 12 and they are on sale at many websites.  I prefer the more traditional look with my FJ's though.

post #22 of 32

If you like the athletic shoe look I would check out Nike's.  I have a pair I only paid 45 for them and they look great and are comfortable.

 

post #23 of 32
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Originally Posted by Ratliff View Post

If you like the athletic shoe look I would check out Nike's.  I have a pair I only paid 45 for them and they look great and are comfortable.

 

Another advantage of Nike golf shoes: They tend to be narrower than most shoes, so if you have A or B width feet, they fit quite nicely without custom ordering.

post #24 of 32

Footjoy Contour Casual.

 

Very comfortable and waterproof. Today I played early in the morning with a lot of dew on the ground and traction was just fine even on steep slopes.

post #25 of 32
The Nike air academy, which I am using this season are very nice looking and are very very comfortable.
post #26 of 32

I just picked up the true sensei shoes.  Wow are they light, and I think they look great!  I got them on sale so I had to pull the trigger on a pair.  I won't be able to use them in the mornings, but I will probably pick up a weather proof pair for the mornings next year to go with the sensei shoes.  What is the best True shoe now for water resistance? 

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post #27 of 32
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Originally Posted by cipher View Post

I just picked up the true sensei shoes.  Wow are they light, and I think they look great!  I got them on sale so I had to pull the trigger on a pair.  I won't be able to use them in the mornings, but I will probably pick up a weather proof pair for the mornings next year to go with the sensei shoes.  What is the best True shoe now for water resistance?

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Tours and Stealth are both waterproof. I have both. Stealth are best feeling shoes I own. I might get Sensei but I'm afraid I'd miss the waterproof since I do play in the morning dew more than the afternoons. Where was the sale?

post #28 of 32
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Originally Posted by rustyredcab View Post

Tours and Stealth are both waterproof. I have both. Stealth are best feeling shoes I own. I might get Sensei but I'm afraid I'd miss the waterproof since I do play in the morning dew more than the afternoons. Where was the sale?

Just 15% off of orders over $99 at GS. It was an email promotion for web or in the store. Just had to mention it. I think I will have to save up for the stealth shoes then as well, thanks!
post #29 of 32

www.intheholegolf.com

 

15% off until July 15

 

and they have True Linkswear

post #30 of 32

If you don't mind the older design, Rockbottom is selling True Tours for $60. Sizes and colors limited though, but worth a check.

 

http://www.rockbottomgolf.com/true-linkswear-2012-true-tour-golf-shoes.html

post #31 of 32
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Originally Posted by lumpuckeroo View Post

Adidas Crossflex
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post #32 of 32

Serious question... Are those for women?  Something about the toe design looks like a shoe for a woman.

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Originally Posted by Ratliff View Post

If you like the athletic shoe look I would check out Nike's.  I have a pair I only paid 45 for them and they look great and are comfortable.

 

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