he few that stands the test of time and remains relevant up until now. It is a solid option if you:
- Need a shoe that is old-fashioned but with modern features.
- Need a shoe that allows one to stay on the tip-top shape, whether practicing or on the tournament.
The leading producer of golf cleats makes its presence once again with this shoe. It is devised with Cyclone spikes from Softspikes, making it extra grippy for a no-slip swing. Unlike the traditional golf spike, the Cyclone has spring-flex traction, which is guaranteed green-friendly.
Nine TPU stability PODS envelops each spike. It is enhanced with Optiflex zones to certify that there is optimal ground contact where it is needed.
The rest is not history. The non-POD areas act like a support system that is made of a fiberglass composite. Not only does it make it a durable foundation, but it also gives stability to the midfoot area.
Secures a slip-free movement
The interior, specifically the heel area of the DryJoys Tour, is infused with natural leather lining. It secures a slip-free movement despite heel rotation during a swing.
The midsole of this FJ golf shoe is infused with EVA cushioning system, lightweight foam that doesn’t cause a mark no matter how hard the foot is planted. Additional benefits of the EVA is that more stability is gained throughout the game.
A proprietary insole called Fit-Bed is also placed in the middle of the upper and outsole. Possessing a shock-absorbing ability, this advancement comes beneficial when walking for long miles. At the same time, the Fit-Bed also gives underfoot and heel support for all-day comfort.
Coating the upper of the shoe is the ChromoSkin Leather System. It is a unique material that is produced in partnership with Pittards, makers of high-quality leather since 1826. What makes this element distinct is that it is lightweight yet supple and thin yet durable.
Footjoy, with its years of research, knows that fit is a vital aspect in any shoe, golf included. The foot, furthermore, is created differently. As a solution, the brand came up with ten different lasts to accommodate a wide variety of foot shapes.
The FJ DryJoys Tour is positioned with a Laser Plus Last. The characteristic of this is that it has a full toe, standard fit on the forefoot and instep, and a slightly narrow heel. The shape of it allows room when the foot expands during a swing, and the locked-in heel structure prevents it from sliding on every foot movement.