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I had my eye on the Majors, sadly they were sold out in the colors I liked. I got the Originals after debating the size for some time. 

What a shoe, when I am not in dress shoes I am wearing them. It is awesome going from my house, car to tee box. The most comfortable shoe Golf or other. 

 

 

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On 6/21/2019 at 8:18 PM, billchao said:

Got my Majors. I really like the color scheme on the grey and I like the look better than the Originals. They're really comfortable, like an old pair of moccasins.

The only issue I have walking around the house is my right foot is slightly wider than my left. The left shoe is a perfect fit but the right is slightly snug. I didn't have this problem with the Originals due to the wider toe box. I'm hoping it will break in and soften after a while. Either that or I'm going to send them back for the Originals.

I really like the Majors, though. Decisions, decisions.

An update:

After discussing the problem with customer service, we decided to try my Majors with the insoles from the Originals. The insoles that came with the Majors are slightly thicker for comfort and there was a possibility that the thinner insoles would give me a little more room without sizing up.

This did end up fixing my issue so now I am very happy with my Majors.

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2 hours ago, iacas said:

They are thicker and your foot is higher in the shoe. That’s a good idea Bill.

Someone from their customer service department suggested it after I raised a concern that sizing up would make the shoes too long. Kudos to them.

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