The DryJoys DryIce has gone the way of many FJ lines--replaced by newer, and better ones. I had a pair that I loved and wore out far more quickly than I should have, because I wore them so much (yes, I alternated with another pair, and used shoe trees). Had picked them up at a golf show outside Washington, DC one Jan/Feb and threw them away about three and a half years later when the soles gave up two of the cleat bases. Until I got to Houston and started really adding to my FJ lineup, I relied exclusively on the DryJoys for my golf shoe needs. Now I have two pairs of DryJoy Tours, six pairs of Icons, two MProjects (one each spiked and spikeless), a pair of FJ Sports, and even two pairs of DryJoys (one in Virginia at my daughter's house), plus two pairs of Contour Casuals for other-than-golf activities. I'm looking at picking up some DNA's, some more Icons, a pair of FJ City's, and possibly a pair of DryJoys Casuals. Why, why, do I need so many pairs of FJ shoes?