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I have to admit, they are putting out some seriously good looking shoes. If they fit as good as they look I will soone own me a pair. I just have to get by the $250 price tag.

Question: ARe they $120 better than my dryjoys?
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i have the tour 360 II's if thats what you are referring to. they are WAY comfortable. i was lucky enough to get them through my golf coach for free, so i dont know if their worth the money, but you wont be dissappointed with them, thats for sure.
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I think the dryjoys are more comfortable than the tour 360s. I have both pairs at the moment and find the tour 360s very comfortable but i prefer the dryjoys. Also the dry joys are easier to clean and look a lot more like a proper golf shoe.
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I think the dryjoys are more comfortable than the tour 360s. I have both pairs at the moment and find the tour 360s very comfortable but i prefer the dryjoys. Also the dry joys are easier to clean and look a lot more like a proper golf shoe.

I completely agree. I have both the addidas Tour 360's and the Dry Joys. I love both, but the comfort is better with the Dry Joy.

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I own some cheaper adidas that were only 60 bucks, but I also have some dryjoys that I've had for a couple of months. they are WAAY comfortable, and in tournaments i always wear my dryjoys b/c they are so much more comfortable. But the adidas are nice too, and look a little classier as well
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i bought last years clima cool blaze for $50 at golf shoes only. wore them last night on a wet course and my feet were totally soaked!!!

didnt realize they would make a show that water could get in so easily....i have to wear my old shoes when it is wet apparently.......

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i have 360's, 360 II's and Dryjoys - I rotate them.

The Dryjoys are best for wet conditions and probably the most comfortable. However, they have stretched so now as tight as I can get them is almost not tight enough. So I use the 360's mostly and the 360 II's for perfect conditions and the range (trying to make them last)

I'll be getting 360 II's again before they are gone. Very good shoe.
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Have never had golf shoes but planning on getting some within the next few weeks as I want to start going round some of the nicer courses near me which have strict dress codes. Some of the adidas shoes do look nice but can be very expensive too. Hawkeye, where do you get your golf equipment?
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