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FootJoy Introduces Stylish New Premiere Series

By: Golfshake Editor | Wed 24 Feb 2021 | Comments


Collaborating with several PGA Tour players, FootJoy has introduced its new Premiere Series, which features three new upper designs, inspired by the past but presenting modern technology, deploying soft, supple premium leather uppers and ultra-lightweight materials, as well as detailing that delivers distinctly classic styling.

FootJoy shoes have been trusted by more professional golfers than any other brand through an uncompromising commitment to quality, unrivalled design, and a single-minded focus on golf performance. In fact, FJ has been the #1 shoe on the PGA Tour for 75 consecutive years, an impressive streak in any sport.

THE TARLOW

FootJoy Golf Shoes

The Tarlow collection is inspired by Bill and Dick Tarlow, who bought the FootJoy business in 1957 and focused the brand primarily on golf. The Tarlow collection, a modern interpretation of the timeless cap toe design, uses a natural grain leather in the vamp and the quarter, complemented by a coordinated croc print in the heel, cap toe and eyestay. The midsole is complemented by a natural leather welt and contrast stitch.

Men’s Tarlow White/Navy Cap Toe SRP: £169.99

Men’s Tarlow White/White Cap Toe SRP: £169.99

THE PACKARD

FootJoy Shoe

The Packard collection is inspired by Frederick Packard, FootJoy’s founder and a shoe pioneer who drove the adoption of many modern manufacturing and design innovations still employed today. The Packard collection features exquisite detailing and a pebble grain leather in both the vamp and the quarter. The collection uses a calfskin croc print accent in the saddle area, complemented by a natural leather welt and contrast stitching.

Men’s Packard Black/Black Speed Saddle SRP: £159.99

Men’s Packard White/White Speed Saddle SRP: £159.99

THE FLINT

FootJoy Shoes

Inspired by Perley Flint, a young Harvard graduate and avid golfer who designed FootJoy’s first golf shoe in the 1920s, this spikeless only collection is clean and refined. A smooth ChromoSkin leather is used in the upper, highlighted by embossed detailing on the saddle area, a refined FJ ornament as well as piping on the side. Inside the shoe, you will find premium lambskin linings and a new fitbed for exceptional comfort.

Men’s Flint Black SRP: £159.99

Men’s Flint Navy/Red SRP: £159.99

Men’s Flint White/Navy SRP: £159.99

While timeless in design, the Premiere Series is infused with performance innovation, led by the all-new VersaTrax+ outsole. This revolutionary anti-channelling tread pattern is engineered to provide grip for any lie or angle, providing total traction coverage, reducing any slippage. VersaTrax+ utilises multiple TPU compounds to grip any surface – a harder TPU for on-course grip and a softer TPU for traction on harder surfaces.

The Premiere Series also delivers on comfort, featuring a Ortholite EcoPlush FitBed that delivers perimeter stability in the heel as well as super-soft and comfortable custom underfoot cushioning.

Tour Approval

Tour proven, the Premiere Series will be worn by more Tour players in 2021 than any other golf shoe, including Justin Thomas, Adam Scott, Ian Poulter, Webb Simpson and many, many more. Even during testing the Premiere Series was the shoe chosen by more players at the 2020 Masters Tournament than any other.

“I was lucky enough to work with the team over the last several years to talk about what’s needed for the best golf shoe out there,” said Adam Scott. “My big belief is that FootJoy should have the best golf shoe out there and I believe they’ve achieved that with the Premiere Series.”

“I love ‘em,” said Webb Simpson. “They are a bit classic, which remind me of what I wore growing up, but definitely have a super modern twist while keeping that FootJoy look.”

“They feel super comfortable the moment you put them on,” said Ian Poulter. “They don’t need breaking in which is a massive plus, and I also obviously love the fact I can customise them!”

Make Them Yours

For those looking to design their own golf shoes, the Premiere Series Packard, Tarlow and Women’s ranges are available on MyJoys from 1st March, 2021.

Create custom MyJoys with millions of possible combinations of colours, print, laces and more in spiked, spikeless, Laced or BOA options across the Premiere Series range.

Women’s White/Blue SRP: £149.99

Women’s Black/Black SRP: £149.99

FootJoy's Chris Tobias said: “We saw a terrific opportunity to completely reinvent the classically inspired golf shoe from the ground up and to accomplish that we leveraged every ounce of innovation, as well as direct input from the world’s best players, to deliver next-level performance with a distinctly modern take on classic design.”

Features & Benefits

  • Luxurious, soft and supple sheepskin linings inside Tarlow and Packard. Flint utilises super soft microfiber linings in order to achieve a distinctive pop of colour.
  • Soft, supple, waterproof Pittard’s leather uppers featuring patterns that are modern interpretations of classic style.
  • Featuring Pulsar Low Profile Cleats by Softspikes.
  • Laser Street Last (Men): Full rounded toe character, standard forefoot and instep with a slightly narrow heel. Refined toe shape for a classic profile.
  • 1-Year Waterproof Warranty.
  • MyJoys customisation available.
  • Ortholite EcoPlush FitBed for enhanced stability and comfort.
  • Estane TPU provides enhanced traction on all surfaces.
  • Performa Last (Women): Full rounded toe character, fuller fit across forefoot, narrower fit in heel.

The new shoes will be available from 15th March. 

For more information, visit the Official FootJoy Website.


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