Lamkin Grips


The new shoes from FootJoy are creating quite the buzz and THP wanted to get all the details. THP TV had a chance to chat with FootJoy about the new line at the 2014 PGA Merchandise Show.

When you get a chance to try them out, let us know what you think.

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  1. SmoothC83 says:

    My biggest issue with leather golf shoes has always been the stiffness and rigidity of it. Love hearing you talk about how soft they are.

  2. Nebgolfer says:

    I’m pretty excited about these shoes. With a wider foot, I’ve always been a FootJoy fan, and this just sounds like a win on so many different levels from light weight, waterproof, support, and most importantly, comfort. The color options are pretty great too.

  3. Matt Maynard says:

    This morning I was greated with these beauties on THP’s home page and I have to say I stopped and stared. Awesome hearing how the DNA has been designed for comfort and stability.

  4. #Cookie says:

    I wasn’t sold by looks alone as they just seemed kinda average to me, but there’s no denying the tech that has gone into them. Doubtful I would ever pay retail for these but I’m sure they will do really well.

  5. ddec says:

    these look fantastic in person. The white and green pair are on my list, just will have to wait for the right price. I think these might be my top shoe that we saw at the show.

  6. Ryan says:

    Love my FJ XPS-1 for its stability. If the DNA can match that, it will be a winner…
    Really like how it looks.

  7. Troy Vayanos says:

    I always liked Footjoy golf shoes and these look very comfortable. But as far as looks goes, they look a little bit bland.

    I currently wear the Footjoy Sport and not only do they feel comfortable but have a great appearance.

  8. d_in_la says:

    Can’t wait for more word-on-the-feet about these. I’ve pretty much sworn off getting any other brand besides FJ, so the continued development of better looking shoes and tech intrigues me.

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