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Another True Special at Woot... $49

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14ledo81    186

That is a good price.  I am tempted to pick up a pair.  I really like the current ones I have.

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I picked up a pair. I also used a $10 discount code (for any Woot purchase over $25) that I got on Amazon Local. $10 off for a cost of $0. So, the shoes were $39.95 for me....

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Mr. Desmond    371

Make certain you know what model you're getting ... the Phoenix seems to be the least popular shoe in the True Line.

If it's the Tour or the Proto ... great deal, otherwise...

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big stoke    2
Good deal but no 13's.

Or 14's as usual. God forbid I actually get a pair of shoes on sale.

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I went shoe shopping yesterday and it's really hard to find 13s in stores. Even harder to find 13 Wide. Most of the shoe "sales" I see online have a bunch of sizes no one can even use.

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RayG    70
Well, the sales places are trying to get rid of stuff that hasn't sold. Sometimes you can win with those cruise ships at the ends of your legs, since 13's and 14's don't move in the shops, either. A lot of teh sales I come across will have sizes 6,7, 13,14,15's even. Nothing for us "normals". Although the Woot sale the other day had some normals in one or two styles with the others being only available for dainty feet..

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Make certain you know what model you're getting ... the Phoenix seems to be the least popular shoe in the True Line.

If it's the Tour or the Proto ... great deal, otherwise...


Got my pair just yesterday. It's the Tour model. Has to be the best fitting, most comfortable pair of shoes I've ever put on my feet. Great to have, especially if you like to walk the course. Only concern is that they are "spikeless", so I don't know how long the traction will last. Anyway, clicked on to order another pair or two, and see that they are completely sold out. Maybe the deal will pop up somewhere else. Get a pair - your feet will thank you!

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RayG    70
Woot has had specials on the True's a couple of times. Keep checking in and if it isn't the "Woot of the day" it might be in the Sports "Woot" for the day

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Al B Tross    10
Woot ran another special on the True Tours last week. Have been looking at these for a while and curious about the hype so couldn't pass it up at $49. They arrived yesterday and I put them on right away expecting to be disappointed by everyone's expectation setting "most comfortable shoe ever" promotions. I was wrong. They are so comfortable that I didn't want to take them off - in fact, I didn't take them off - wore them around the house the rest of the day just because. I laughed at an earlier comment where someone compared the feeling to "walking on a cloud of titties" - I know know how accurate a description that is. While, in full disclosure, I've never actually walked on titties, if I ever did, this is exactly what I expect it would feel like. Haven't taken them to the course yet (that's later today hopefully) so can't speak for traction, etc. but I'm optimistic.

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