I have been walking the majority of my rounds lately and my feet are paying the price. I had been wearing a non FJ brand for the better part of last year and earlier this year, but they are not the best when a cart is not involved. I decided to wear my DryJoys one day and noticed an immediate difference. Now I'm looking to add another pair or two to my rotation. So, what do you all recommend?
I wear XPS-1 BOA's, ICON BOA's and Sports...all have are very comfortable to walk 18 holes in ... I have heard sometimes others use an orthodic such as superfeet but I have discovered myself when I tried this that the footbeds in the FJ shoes are pretty good and I do not experience any noticable difference...
M's should be called AirLess, that light!
Broc, I use the Icons. I have walked as many as 36 holes in them and while my back was tired, my feet felt awesome!
In dry conditions, M's are my favourite.
M's all the way!
Sport and M Project are great shoes to walk in, I an an ICON guy and have walked 36 in them and my feet felt great after!
Have yet to walk in a FJ and have any issues. It's really about personal choice.
Whaql1Have yet to walk in a FJ and have any issues. It's really about personal choice.
Hear, hear, Mike. FJ is the only brand to wear whether walking or riding.
I was leaning toward a pair of spiked M Projects. I will probably end up with a pair of Sports too. Thanks for the feedback everyone.
Sports and M Projects, yes, they are my faves for walking because they are light weight. Icons are very stable, comfortable and stylish, and I just love that about Icons/MyJoys in rotations-- walking in them makes it a real and a fun round.
When I walk I use the Sport Spikeless or the M Projects, can't go wrong with either.
Icons seem to be the best for me to walk in mostly due to the support and stability but I am interested in trying the M w/spikes now that it is dry and fast conditions.
I roll in Icons all the time. They're super comfortable, waterproof, and look great. I walk 99% of the time and have never had a problem with them