FootJoy Spikeless Project M Golf Shoes Are Lightweight and Breathable

February 27, 2013

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FootJoy Mens M Project Spikeless Golf Shoes - Charcoal/Black (FJ#55247)

The sudden abundance of lightweight, spikeless golf shoes is a real boon for dedicated walkers such as your friendly neighborhood GolfBlogger.

Footjoy’s entry into the category is the Project M, constructed of Pittards leather and mesh for a lightweight, breathable and comfortable fit. Footjoy says the L.T.D. outsole features a laser-thin Duramax rubber compound that acts as a low-profile, highly flexible conduit from ground to feet, and the ProTekt toe guard is designed to provide abrasion resistance in a key wear area.

Even better, as far as I’m concerned is that the MP:627 last has a “generous forefoot shape allows toes to spread and grip.” That’s good, because normal human feet have heels that are more narrow than the width of the toes. Pointy shoes never made anatomical sense to me.

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  • I’m also a walker. These might be my next shoes. Considerably less expensive then the adizeros.

    Posted by Scott Messner on 02/27

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