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Features & Benefits
The SnugFit tongue with MicroVent™ technology shapes to the foot while providing breathability. A 3D FoamCollar™ molds to the ankle for unsurpassed support, comfort and fit.
EXTREME FTF COMFORT
The lightweight cushioned Fine Tuned Foam (FTF) fit-bed provides optimum underfoot comfort and heel support.
LOW PROFILE TRACTION
The NitroThin™ TPU outsole provides lightweight stability and performance. Stealth Cleats by Softspikes help to achieve a low profile while the thinner spec receptacles ensure low-profile performance through the P.I.N.S. cleat system.
The Nitro Last offers a full rounded toe character, slightly shallow forefoot, slightly narrow heel and standard instep. The extra depth helps accommodate a thicker fit-bed for enhanced cushioning.
ChromoSkin™ leather, developed by Pittards® of England, is a supple, lightweight, durable and 100% waterproof leather.
FootJoy warrants that this golf shoe will be 100% waterproof in normal use for two years (U.S. Warranty).
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I bought these shoes as my local club professional recommended them to me. In all the shoes I have worn, this is easily the most comfortable. The shoes are tight to your feet, comfortable to walk on, provide great traction and support, and stay tied at all times. Great design, great feel, great product.
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- Rounds per year:
- Over 100
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Q:Does the DNA previous style shoe run small in size or large? I am an 11.5 regular shoe size. Thanks!Asked on 3/10/2016 by Savage from Denver, Colorado
A:I would recommend going a half-size smaller than what you normally wear, as the shoes have a very generous toe box. The fit of the older version is the same as the current model, so if you try on the current model in your local golf shop, it should give you a good idea as to what size will work best for you.Answered on 3/16/2016 by Joe K (FJ Staff) from Fairhaven, MA