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Todd Snyder and FootJoy launch ‘Mint Julep’ golf shoes ahead of PGA Championship

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The latest drop from the creative minds at FootJoy and Todd Snyder, the American menswear designer whose golf capsules have become staples for the elevated dresser, features two limited edition golf shoes in a fresh, bright icy aqua color way. The launch, titled, the “Mint Julep" Premiere Series, takes its inspiration from the classic Kentucky Derby cocktail, a fitting nod to old school Americana that also defines past FJ x Todd Snyder looks. This time, the two-shoe limited release sees signature FJ styles, the Wilcox and Field models, receive premium leather upgrade and minty-hued accents for a sophisticated, unexpected, timeless summer white shoe spin. The men’s golf shoe launch is expected to sell out, and hit the market on Tuesday. You can also expect to see FJ ambassadors such as Justin Thomas, Max Homa, and Adam Scott wear the icy kicks from May 16019 at the PGA Championship at Valhalla Golf Club in, fittingly, Louisville.

“We’ve taken design details like the broguing on a bespoke shoe and inspirations from the iconic Derby and combined them with state-of-the-art technology and modern style,” Todd Snyder said in a press release.

As two of the most popular models preferred by pros and players alike, the Wilcox and Field models are both waterproof, featuring the best of FJ technology in terms of translucent cleat design, rubber grip, spiked traction, and insole comfort. While the Field offers a more minimalist, discerning look, the Wilcox has a classic eyelet design for old school swagger. Both are available now and retail $230-$250.

“It’s been a pleasure to partner with Todd and his team over the last several years, combining his fresh take on men’s fashion with the modern classic styling of Premiere Series,” Chris Tobias, vice president at FJ footwear, said. “With a combination of high fashion, superior comfort and golf-specific performance innovation, these shoes are made for players with a discerning sense of style.”