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dbrock504    3

I have had my Addidas Tour 360 now for 2 years. Because I play so often, I need to get a new pair. What is your favorite shoe and why? I loved the 360's however they were super heavy. FootJoy is a little too "old school" for me. Thinking about the AdiZero's. Thanks!

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WildTurkey    3
Footjoy m project or dna. You are right about Footjoys other styles. Try on a pair of the m projects you will be blown away at how comfortable they are especially if you try a wide side.

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Motley01    26

Check out the new Adidas Pure 360s. They are supposed to be lighter and more comfortable than the Tour 360s.

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dbrock504    3

Great, thanks for the feedback fellas! I will most likely give those Addidas Pure 360 a shot.

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Footjoy m project or dna. You are right about Footjoys other styles. Try on a pair of the m projects you will be blown away at how comfortable they are especially if you try a wide side.

+1 on the M-Project.  They are very comfortable.  The toe box is wider than Adidas, which is what I like.

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Motley01    26
Great, thanks for the feedback fellas! I will most likely give those Addidas Pure 360 a shot.

Ya I really like the Adidas golf shoes, I have 2 pairs of the Tour 360s myself. And now I'm going with the Pure's this season.

Right now Hurricane Golf has them for $169. Great deal there. http://www.hurricanegolf.com/discount-golf-shoes/adidas-pure-360-golf-shoes.html

Hey, if DJ likes them...

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dbrock504    3

Ya I love my Adidas Tour 360 as well. I have had them for 2 years and I play often (1-2 times a week) and they have held up very well. Vs my old NIke's only lasted me half a season. Very impressed with Adidas. I like tight golf shoes, so I wouldn't prefer the wider toe box on the FJ M-Project's

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