FootJoy Flex Golf Shoe Review
REVIEW: FootJoy Flex
Summer is in full flow and with golf a plenty, we are also currently spoilt for choice when it comes to summer spikeless golf shoes. The Flex from Footjoy is exactly that.
The Flex shows a new side to Footjoy... a brand normally steeped in delivering high performing shoes on the course - have delivered one that works equally well off it.
First things first... the breathable mesh knit styling in this shoes looks very non traditional. This is a shoe you can totally wear away from the golf course. In fact, I have often wore these shoes as trainers! Whilst this mesh styling will not suit everyone, I really liked it.
The Flex come in three colour ways - navy, black and grey & white... something in there for everyone.
The Flex are super lightweight... and super comfortable. In fact, I’d say the most comfortable Footjoy shoes I’ve ever tried.
Despite these being such a light shoe, they still have fantastic cushioning underfoot. The shoes narrow at the heel to really hold in the foot... which is obviously crucial when swinging a golf club.
I was hugely impressed with the comfort in the Flex, even after 36 holes my feet were still very happy!
So, the Flex looks good and feels good... but how does it perform?
For a shoe so light, Footjoy have also managed to pack in some serious performance. The Versa-Trax sole, engineered with traction zones that maximise traction during your swing.
I have to say... these do give you exceptional grip when on the course. Obviously, you are not going to get the same traction as you would in one of their high performance shoes, but that’s not really the point of the Flex.
Footjoy have delivered a seriously good summer golf shoe at a very sensible price point. They are perfect for those after work rounds, ideal for those hot summers days and brilliant for a golf trip to sunnier climates... even good for a trip down to the local in your jeans!
Rated 9 out 10
For more information and to buy online visit: www.footjoy.co.uk/en_GB/golf-shoes/men/fj-flex/001FLX.html
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