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Big_M    1
I don't think I'll ever stray from my Footjoys. They have a lot of 13 wides available, and they seem to fit the best for me. I wouldn't mind trying ecco though. I have tried Nike, and Addidas, but I like FJ's over those. I borrowed some Callaways and didn't like them either, but they weren't a wide?

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Cahal    0
I really wanted to like the Adidas 360's as I loved the look and tech about them but after trying out a pair at home doing some putting for a week or so I could never get them to feel good. The 360 wrap killed the outside of my foot and I got a lot of heel slippage despite a good length. I see lots of pros and people who wear them and seem to love them but they didn't work for me.

When I exchanged them though I tried on my first pair of Footjoys (mostly because all the older styles looked old and boring to me), the new Dryjoys Tech. They felt waaaay better right off the bat and when I found out about the MyJoys option I was able to custom make my own setup. I got them last week and have worn them a few times around the house and couldn't be happier. If you're walking I think you'd really enjoy them so give them a try and if you don't like the colours then take a look at the MyJoy site its really cool.

Also I have an older pair of Nike SP-6 Border EU from last year and I really enjoyed those and I walk all the time.

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Caddyshack    1
I just got a pair of Adidas Tour Traxion and they have been fantastic (and look fantastic too) , first round 18 holes on a hilly course and not a blister or hint of rubbing in sight... Used to have Nikes and wasnt a fan of those.

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mrobbie    0
Footjoys have been my shoe for many years now - think I have had them for at least 10 years, and have had Softjoys and Aqualites. Both very comfortable. Fancied a change and have just bought the Adidas Tour 360s - I find them very comfortable. Not as lightweight as the Aqualites were though. Good shoe all the same.

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Finn07    0
Anyone here wear the Etonic G-Sok? I hear they are real comfortable and are on sale now for around 45.00.

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shortgame85    0
A few weeks ago, I bought a pair of Footjoy Gel Fusion II from the Golf Warehouse for about $98, online; they were brand new, but they were closeouts from last year. I've worn them about four times and they are very comfortable and represent the best value I've been able to find in golf shoes.

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erikpmort    0
dude i just got some of the new high end oakley shoes they are rad looking and great so far. i wish the tongue of the shoe was a little longer, but thats it

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PLLand55    0
I own two pair of Ecco and six pair of Footjoy.

Ecco is by far more comfortable, and when I walk I always where those. My Foojoy are classics, except for my one pair of dryjoys. Dryjoys aren't bad, but the Ecco, I am a firm beliver and love their quality and comfort.

Good luck!

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rustyredcab    74

True Linkswear Stealth. 2013's are awesome and, since they are discontinued, they are for sale for $70 at RBG. I thought the 2011's were great at $200 and 2013's are even better.

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