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Footjoy M Project

post #1 of 11
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Tried on a pair today and its like wearing bedroom slippers, most comfortable golf shoe I've ever worn. The only thing is i felt like i was in between sizes 12 and 13, although i would need a wide I think the 13 wide would definitely be to big.

I was thinking of getting a 12 wide.

Any one who actually wears these regularly to walk in and has sizing input is greatly appreciated

post #2 of 11

I wore them most of last season and they are very comfortable.  I had no issues with wear or any defects.  I also like the wider toe box, which is similar to the True Linkswear shoes.  I like True shoes, but I wanted a shoe with replaceable spikes.

post #3 of 11
I bought these last year. Best shoes ever. I also went wide. They size large. 12 wide is normal size. These however, 11 wide. I actually forgot i had them on my at goldsmith while i was browsing for shoes. They are holding up well. Definitely get a pair or two.
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True comes in half sizes and IMO size a little big. I have both 12.5 and 13, different types of socks you know. The 12.5's are more like the 13's I usually wear. Geeky as it sounds I wear the Sensei more off the course than on. I'd check those out.

post #5 of 11
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So I took your guys advice and tried the Trues
And no doubt they are super comfy, I think it would just come down to looks. I really like the look of the M projects w/the stitching and I think Edward Scissorhands would agree
post #6 of 11

I just got a pair of the M projects this offseason.  I had no intention of buying any golf shoes when I walked into the store, but my buddy convinced me to try them on and like you guys already mentioned they felt like slippers.

 

Can't wait to try them on the course.  Mine came with the BOA lace system, and I was surprised at how easy they were to use.  Fingers crossed that they hold up because the shoes are awesome.

post #7 of 11
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I just ordered some the other day they should be here Friday, I got the spikeless I'm hoping they hold up in the wet grass
post #8 of 11
Wanted to bump this thread and post that I absolutely love these shoes. So comfortable and do their job.

Ordered the white spiked version but then ordered the charcoal mesh spikeless for the hot steaming summer time in Houston. Heck, they're so comfortable, I may make the mesh one my casual / daily shoes - just don't wanna wear the rubber nubs out.

Definitely we'll worth it. Not sure if I can post it, but ordered both of them for about $60 each.
post #9 of 11
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I just ordered the charcoal/black mesh also. There's a few places that have them for $60!!

Hey nowayjoze do you notice a diff between the spiked and spikeless version in terms traction or stability during your swing??
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Originally Posted by bentvalve View Post

I just ordered the charcoal/black mesh also. There's a few places that have them for $60!!

Hey nowayjoze do you notice a diff between the spiked and spikeless version in terms traction or stability during your swing??

Hey there!

They honestly feel the same, but I wouldn't wear the mesh on morning rounds when the fairways are still pretty damp - don't wanna stain the cloth on it.

I could imagine the spiked versions would have better grip in the morning as well.
post #11 of 11
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Hopefully the charcoal color will hide some of the dirtyness but I walk most of the time so there gonna get messy anyways
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