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post #19 of 33

My feet are slightly narrow, and I get the best results from running shoe companies that shifted into golf. I have two pair of Nike shoes I wear and one pair of Adidas (still in the box). M-width fits great, and I don't need a custom order with them.

post #20 of 33

I tried a pair of Trues Linkswear - and yes, extremely comfortable. But a little goofy looking IMO.

post #21 of 33
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I tried a pair of Trues Linkswear - and yes, extremely comfortable. But a little goofy looking IMO.

New ones are not as "wide" (goofy) in the forefoot - this trend started with the Stealths, Chukkas, and the Tour Protos last year. And this year's line looks more "traditional" while still retaining the benefits of the original shoe.

post #22 of 33
Yep, they are doing custom adizeros on the Adidas website now.
post #23 of 33
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I tried a pair of Trues Linkswear - and yes, extremely comfortable. But a little goofy looking IMO.

 

 

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New ones are not as "wide" (goofy) in the forefoot - this trend started with the Stealths, Chukkas, and the Tour Protos last year. And this year's line looks more "traditional" while still retaining the benefits of the original shoe.

I have the original True Tours and they are total clown shoes :-$ but comfortable as all get-out.

post #24 of 33
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I tried a pair of Trues Linkswear - and yes, extremely comfortable. But a little goofy looking IMO.

 

 

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Originally Posted by Mr. Desmond View Post
 

New ones are not as "wide" (goofy) in the forefoot - this trend started with the Stealths, Chukkas, and the Tour Protos last year. And this year's line looks more "traditional" while still retaining the benefits of the original shoe.

I have the original True Tours and they are total clown shoes :-$ but comfortable as all get-out.


All of the above are the reasons I've point blank refused to try them. I don't need to look good on a course but at the same time I'd rather not look like Ronald McDonald playing golf even if they're the most comfortable shoes ever created. ;)

My favourite shoes ever were Nike Lunar Control and now the new version are even lighter and more comfy. Love them!

post #25 of 33
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All of the above are the reasons I've point blank refused to try them. I don't need to look good on a course but at the same time I'd rather not look like Ronald McDonald playing golf even if they're the most comfortable shoes ever created. ;)

My favourite shoes ever were Nike Lunar Control and now the new version are even lighter and more comfy. Love them!

I don't think that the newer versions are clown shoe like anymore.  I have protos and sensei, and while they certainly have a little more room in the toe area than non-Trues, and they are more "rounded" instead of "pointy," they are not over the top clown-like.

 

Definitely roomy though.

post #26 of 33

What I like about Truelinks is that they run a bit wide. I am between a regular and a wide, so I have to go by brands that run a tad wider or have a ton of different width selections (new balance). I have the Truelinks Proto, in black with the red stripe, and a pair of brown with the red stripe. They do not work well with shorts, but any sort of pants they match up great. I plan on getting a pair of Truelinks in a more traditioanl sports shoe style for when I go shorts. 

post #27 of 33
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All of the above are the reasons I've point blank refused to try them. I don't need to look good on a course but at the same time I'd rather not look like Ronald McDonald playing golf even if they're the most comfortable shoes ever created. ;)

My favourite shoes ever were Nike Lunar Control and now the new version are even lighter and more comfy. Love them!

I don't think that the newer versions are clown shoe like anymore.  I have protos and sensei, and while they certainly have a little more room in the toe area than non-Trues, and they are more "rounded" instead of "pointy," they are not over the top clown-like.

 

Definitely roomy though.


I've just had a look at the 2014 lineup and they seem to have decided to employ a designer now; some very nice styled shoes compared the to older rubber clogs style shoes they released (e.g. True Tour I think?). If they were easy to find in the UK to try on I'd definitely think about them now.

post #28 of 33
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What I like about Truelinks is that they run a bit wide. I am between a regular and a wide, so I have to go by brands that run a tad wider or have a ton of different width selections (new balance). I have the Truelinks Proto, in black with the red stripe, and a pair of brown with the red stripe. They do not work well with shorts, but any sort of pants they match up great. I plan on getting a pair of Truelinks in a more traditioanl sports shoe style for when I go shorts. 
Pants?

Pants??

Pants???

Your wear pants when you golf? What, are you playing dress up? Is this the PGA Tour? You pretentious bastard! Baby killer!!!

You make me sick!

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post #29 of 33
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Pants?

Pants??

Pants???

Your wear pants when you golf? What, are you playing dress up? Is this the PGA Tour? You pretentious bastard! Baby killer!!!

You make me sick!

b2_tongue.gif


Baby, the other other other white meat
post #30 of 33
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Baby, the other other other white meat

Ha! That is sooooo my sense of humor! Lol!



I prefer Nike to anything else. Great blend of style and comfort. For me, I have narrow ballerina-like feet so something snug makes them feel stable.

I like the TW13s and the Lunar Ascend.
post #31 of 33

+1000 on the True Linkswear.

post #32 of 33

Anyone tried the new TRUE model The Gent? Digging the look, but wondering if they have the same feel as the other models...

 

http://www.truelinkswear.com/shop/mens/gent-wingtip/true-gent-wingtip-white-black.html

 

post #33 of 33
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I agree 100%, I wear them around the house they are so comfy. 
better than ecco biom? Fifteen seconds on my feet they had never any shoe like them, I'll wear them anywhere.
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