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Comment from: Stacy [Visitor] Email
Are these shoes available for women?

I love my Footjoy DryJoys not only because of the obvious reason that they keep my feet dry even when I step into a ditch on the golf course but they have a nice, wide toebox and are quite comfortable.

I would have to test Nike and Adidas out on the golf course over time for me to make the switch. Once you get comfortable with a certain brand, it's hard to change, especially when it comes to foot comfort.
12/23/08 @ 09:47
Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
You need to use your uPro to navigate your way around those ditches! Unless your jealous husband pushes you in one, there's no reason for anyone to step into a ditch on a golf course!

I respect the wide toebox idea, especially for women whose toes are cramped into pointy elf shoes all day long. I felt the same way until I saw EVERYONE wearing the Adidas...I got a pair and loved them, until I got the Nikes and loved them even more. It's the split sole pattern that does the trick.
12/23/08 @ 10:55
Comment from: Stacy [Visitor] Email
Ok, here's the deal Ron Mon...

Barry is a bit jealous but I can understand why...I AM that great of a wife!
Ditches are a common hazard on the publinks that I play...
I rarely wear a heel higher than an inch except on my motorcycle boots but HD makes a great boot with a wide toebox...

And, I love my uPro but I don't think the technology has been established to navigate around ditches!

Happy holidays,
Stacy :-)
12/23/08 @ 18:00

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