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FootJoy DryJoys Tour promises new levels of performance
November 12, 2010

FootJoyTour player feedback and several years of development have gone into the new FootJoy DryJoys Tour shoe, which promises to deliver the comfort, flexibility and waterproof performance that players of all levels have come to expect from the leading shoe in golf, while integrating enhanced Tour-calibre stability features.

The 2010 FootJoy DryJoys Tour Tri-Density TPU Stability PODS outsoleThe DryJoys Tour has been engineered to exceed the demands of the world's top professionals. Featuring the next generation Tri-Density TPU Stability PODS outsole, DryJoys Tour shoes provide the stability and performance required on the Tour's most demanding courses, blended with traditional upper styling crafted from the finest premium leathers.

"This new category takes our highly-successful DryJoys franchise to the next level with the integration of several key stability features," said Mike Foley, Director of Footwear Marketing, FootJoy. "Players of all levels will continue to enjoy the comfort, flexibility and all-weather performance synonymous with the DryJoys brand with the new added benefit of several major technological enhancements that deliver unsurpassed platform stability, traction and overall confidence."

World number 4 Steve Stricker says, “With the new DryJoys Tour, you immediately notice the improved stability and connection with the ground. It’s a significant improvement and one that will benefit performance. Equally important, the overall comfort is outstanding. It’s an all-around great product and has been my ‘go-to shoe’ since I first received them.”

FootJoy DryJoys Tour

The new DryJoys Tour category will be available from January 2011 at a MSRP of £125.

 

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