FootJoy’s new golf shoe pairs spikeless design with tour-level stability
FootJoy’s new Fuel collection combines a comfortable spikeless design with the stability that tour players expect in their golf shoes. One of the most important factors in golf shoe selection is traction, since one of the main functions of a golf shoe is to keep you from slipping mid-swing. FootJoy has gone beyond their traditional spiked construction and created new stabilization technology for the Fuel collection. However, the shoes maintain a sleek sneaker-inspired look that can be worn both on and off the course, despite this new gripping technology.
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The model features a Power Stabilizer outsole that will fit the needs of any tour-level player, and in turn, the everyday golfer. Plus, a Stability Bridge runs through the center of the shoe’s base for added control and support.
In addition to the new spikeless traction technology, the FootJoy Fuel includes a waterproof upper that doesn’t compromise the shoe’s comfort. This pair is designed to allow you to walk for hours without foot pain, as stratolite foam provides lightweight cushioning throughout the shoe. The model also has a slightly narrower heel than other FootJoy designs, contributing to the athletic feel and look.
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The FootJoy Fuel line is available for both men and women, in several eye-catching colorways. Plus, there is a Fuel BOA model for men and women, which features FootJoy’s signature laceless design that secures your foot in from all sides. Both versions of the Fuel model look like a sneaker, but include the proper features for maximized golf shoe performance.