Golf Today - Over 80000 pages of golf information
Golf News
 

FootJoy- Golf shoes that look and feel like trainers!
by Carly Cummins
June 08, 2012

There's a big trend at the moment for spike-less shoes and FootJoy, the Number One shoe in golf, has just unveiled a striking new women's LoPro Casual shoe, that looks to me a lot like a trainer!

The eye-catching shoe has been developed to provide great support on the course but has been designed with the idea that it can be worn casually off the golf course too - what a great idea if you're dashing off on the school run or to the shops straight from the course!

From a technical point of view the LoPro Casual is made of super-soft premium materials that deliver superior underfoot comfort thanks in part to an innovative DuraMax Rubber Outsole. Additional waterproof protection and superior breathability are guaranteed via a ProofGuard membrane, whilst supple leather uppers provide extreme comfort and a world-class fit.

"The concept behind this striking new design is to provide the female golfer with a shoe that can be worn on the golf course, practice ground, clubhouse and even outside the confines of the golf club," commented Russell Lawes, European Marketing Manager, FootJoy. "The LoPro Casual provides the premium materials, comfort and fashion styling that FootJoy has been synonymous with for over 100 years,"

The LoPro Casual will be available in a choice of White/Pink & Black/Red/White colour options along with additional contrasting laces to provide further customisation. Recommended retail price starts at £77.50. Visit www.footjoy.co.uk for more information.










Ryder Cup
The USA's flawed Ryder Cup system...

R&A
Vote to allow women members after 260 years....

PGA Tour
Whatever happened to Anthony Kim?...

Motoring
Mazda 3 - Engineered to perfection...

Memorabilia
Sam Snead auction of famous personal items...

The 19th
Johnnie Walker and the Ryder Cup...

Paul McGinley
Proof its never too late....

John Huggan
Rules suck: that’s common knowledge...

Peter McEvoy
Centurion Club marches against the tide...

Book Review
The Spiritual Golfer - By Robert "Lumpy" Lumpkin


© Golftoday.co.uk 1996-2018 - Terms & Conditions - Privacy Policy - About Us - Advertise - Classifieds - Newsletter - Contact Us