Tough job Mike, but I guess that someone has to do it!
GREAT ARTICLE MIKE.
THE PICTURES WERE AWSOME AND THE PRODUCTS WERE BEAUTIFUL AND STYLISH.
GOOD JOB FJ.
I cannot wait for the new catalog to come out and see what new styles are available.
Mike, great to see the real life of the shoots. Obviously, my favorites are the Ian Poulter shots with him looking very sporty in Asymetricals and tartans.
I really think you guys are going to need to add a bit of a IJP "Signature Tartan" pattern to your asym offerings. That way he can have an inset that matches his trousers! Think of the madness....
I enjoyed seeing Jay again in the shots. Really great guy and someone I was impressed with after a very short time. Well done guys. Thanks!
great blog. i enjoyed the slides.
Thanks for the sneak peak...can't wait to see the new line up.
Just another great series of shots. How you keep coming up with all the pics must be just a little magic by the FJ team. Well done and nice to see the ICONS in the various styles.
Thanks for the looks - really nice to see what the Tour guys are wearing.
Great article, nice slide show of the FJ catalog shoot. You had to leave us with that teaser, that's just not right, LOL
Sweet. Great shots, great shoes.
I've worked on an SI photo shoot with Walter Iooss, so I know how tough it is for all involved. Great behid the sceens shots for sure! Cool colorways of the shoes. Poulters white/pink asym's with the hot pink plaid pants is SO dope!!!! Mahans white/orange sheilds are sick too... not even gonna comment on Luke Donald getting his shoes tied for him like a little kid going to school... opps, I just did... Luke is a FANTASTIC player, but that shot is really funny
Looking good everybody, looking GOOD! It sure would be nice if FJ gave us loyal fans a sneak peak at the entire catalog!
The most comfortable shoes I've ever worn. I've tried Addida, Etonic and Puma. My Puma's are decent but nothing compared to my FJ's. I have 3 pair of them and all the others have just gathered dust the last 2 yrs.
Great shots..Whatney's USA shoes were classics! USA!