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Laceless golf shoes

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Where have all the slip on golf shoes gone.

I loved my Dexter Golf Mocs
When they wore out after 5 years, I bought the Oakley Overdrives.
Had those for four years now--they are great but showing some signs of overuse.

Who is making laceless golf shoes these days? Can't find any.
PS-no golf sandals or golf crocs.
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Thanks for the info. I see they are $60-$90 depending on website and paricular model.
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Can't imagine using laceless shoes since I hate having my feet swim within the shoes. Do you have wide feet so that the shoes fit snug?
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I have tried those footjoys and they are very comfortable. The technology (real fit), whatever footjoy calls it, makes the pressure on the tops of your feet very proportionate. Sometimes with laces the bottom of your foot is tigher than the top of your foot and it throw everything off, but not with these.

BTW I have adidas powerbands, which have laces. I was just speaking of this one experience of me trying the FJ's on.
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i have the footjoy reelfit. They are extremely comfortable and easy to put on. I walk quite a bit so they are great for my feet
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Moved to a set of reelfits about a month ago. Had some friends turn me on to them and for the price you can find them - they are a steal. Wonderful fit, just walked 18 earlier today and no issues at all. They also have a pretty "cool" look and you get some great comments. Well worth the $60 - $90 you can find them for.
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