Who should buy the Skechers Go Golf Max Fairway 3
The Go Golf Max Fairway 3 seems to have bridged the gap between golf shoes and stylish sneakers. Buy it if:
- You prefer shoes that mold to the shape of your somewhat-stout feet.
- The rounds you play often drag on, and you want something very supportive underfoot.
- You're a busy person, and for you, shoes requiring lengthy break-in periods are a turn-off.
Who should not buy it
With no criticisms about in-shoe slippage, the New Balance 574 Greens is a fine alternative to the Go Golf Max Fairway 3. And if colorway options matter to you, check out the Footjoy Flex XP instead.
Lasting comfort from the box
Numerous reviewers are super stoked about the instant comfort of the Skechers Go Golf Max Fairway 3. Remarks like "much more comfortable than other golf shoes" and "great for walking 18 holes" attest to this. Many golfers also say that the shoe's plushness requires no break-in period at all, with one saying that it "felt great right out of the box."
No wobbly arches in the Go Golf Max Fairway 3
With comments such as "great arch support" and "perfect insole support," this spikeless golf shoe from Skechers will make walking and standing all day pain-free. One experienced golfer, after playing for 4 hours, was happy to report that his feet felt great—no achy arches whatsoever.
An inclusive fit
Two of the most compelling fit-centric remarks about the Skechers Go Golf Max Fairway 3 are "the fit is perfect" and "shoes fit like a glove." That said, the better news is that the featured kick also works for broad-footed golf players, with a commenter saying that it has a "wonderful fit for folks with wide feet."
Skechers Go Golf Max Fairway 3 equals exceptional breathability
The shoe is "great here in CA Central Valley, where it's plenty hot," says a reviewer. It's quite "breathable in the heat," says another.
Stellar stickiness in every pair
There are those who are quite floored by the Skechers Go Golf Max Fairway 3's adhesive prowess. While not a spiked golf kick, the shoe clings to the grass like a champ, thanks to its toothy outsole.
Wanted: A more secure heel
It has been reported that the Go Golf Max Fairway 3 somewhat struggles to keep the heel in place. A golf player said that you really need to tighten the laces around the ankle to prevent your heel from slipping.
Exemplary stability in the Go Golf Max Fairway 3
Golfers say that this athletic piece from Skechers is mighty stable, whether you're mobile or about to strike a swing. This quality can be linked to the midsole's fanned-out construction, especially at the heel, and the outsole's spaced-apart studs.
A pretty fair asking price
Buying the Skechers Go Golf Max Fairway 3 means spending only $100. Its MSRP or manufacturer's suggested retail price is $43 less expensive than the average, which is $143.
Its colorways are nothing special
Imaginative or creative hues aren't a thing in the Skechers Go Golf Max Fairway 3. The colorways it has going for it are mostly blues and grays with a tinge of vibrance here and there.