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    billpierce got a reaction from arodrig29 in Custom fit PXG Gen 6 irons incoming   
    This is exactly why I have been considering them
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    billpierce got a reaction from Girldad18 in The Masters - 2024   
    I was thinking plus 2 which he is right on fringe
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    billpierce reacted to GolfSpy_APH in The Masters - 2024   
    Amazing when players have a feeling they can really have a feeling and just have to let it ride!
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    billpierce reacted to funkyjudge in SQAIRZ VELO Shoe: 2024 Forum Member Review   
    Me, too! I joined the VGA and I’m playing in my first VGA tournament next week.
    There is also a 2-day VGA event in 3 weeks that is being played at the Marriott Seaview resort where the LPGA plays the Shoprite Classic every year. I am also planning to play in that event.
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    billpierce got a reaction from Indy_Oz in SQAIRZ VELO Shoe: 2024 Forum Member Review   
    Quick update:
     
    For those of you who have owned Sqairz in past, the problem of the cleats and sole picking up turf was an annoying problem.  On a hopeful note, I tested last night on a rain soaked course and picked up very little.   More to follow but this is promising because you keep the amazing contact with ground but dont walk around carrying 5 pounds of grass and dirt!
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    billpierce reacted to funkyjudge in SQAIRZ VELO Shoe: 2024 Forum Member Review   
    I fully concur with that!
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    billpierce got a reaction from funkyjudge in SQAIRZ VELO Shoe: 2024 Forum Member Review   
    Quick update:
     
    For those of you who have owned Sqairz in past, the problem of the cleats and sole picking up turf was an annoying problem.  On a hopeful note, I tested last night on a rain soaked course and picked up very little.   More to follow but this is promising because you keep the amazing contact with ground but dont walk around carrying 5 pounds of grass and dirt!
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    billpierce got a reaction from Javs in SQAIRZ VELO Shoe: 2024 Forum Member Review   
    Quick update:
     
    For those of you who have owned Sqairz in past, the problem of the cleats and sole picking up turf was an annoying problem.  On a hopeful note, I tested last night on a rain soaked course and picked up very little.   More to follow but this is promising because you keep the amazing contact with ground but dont walk around carrying 5 pounds of grass and dirt!
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    billpierce got a reaction from Javs in SQAIRZ VELO Shoe: 2024 Forum Member Review   
    Unboxing and First Impressions:
    The shoes arrived while I was traveling for work (of course they did) and I just managed to unbox today.  The box is as would be expected and the packaging is very professional and robust as you unpack. 
     


     
    Bob and the Sqairz team left me a nice note with the shoes, along with some sox as a gift (my second pair of Sqairz socks) that are actually quite nice.

    The handwritten aspects are a nice personal touch!

    Like a kid at Christmas, I tore into the box and the reveal of the shoes was worth the wait!  WOW these are some sexy shoes, was my initial reaction...

    A look side by side with my old shoes, provides a visual reference of the maturing of the Sqairz shoe lines. 

    You can see the engineering team held true to the core aspects of what makes the shoe unique (such as square toe) and also improving the shoes in a number of key areas!

    Some immediate reactions as I took them out of the box:
     
    1. The shoes are MUCH lighter. I need to verify but they feel a good 30% lighter than my old pair.
    2. The new breathable synthetic material is much softer and looks very nice.
    3. The patented square toe is there and used to enable toe and foot pressure transfer to the ground. It may be a hair smaller. 
    4. The lacing system is proprietary and I love them - they never come undone during a round.
    5. The shoe feels more breathable, which was an issue for me on my old pair.
    6. The cleats are a different material and I hope this will stop the turf swallowing on the course where I pick up lots of grass during play.

    7. The dual density foam inside is much softer. Will be interesting to see how this feels while walking.
    8. The smart traction looks the same, but the material feels a bit different.
    9. I love the look of the new material. So aesthetically, I feel, this is a big improvement.
    10. These look sleek, feel better but will I get 2.9 mph swing speed increase?  I am not the fastest swinger - so this feels to be a challenge we will need to test!

     
    Some final thoughts as I went through this process today...  
    I cant wait to get these on the course I will use the GC Quad to measure the claims of speed and dispersion I am very happy with the aesthetics and look improvements The quality feels outstanding I will do some initial tests tonight on the GC quad, but the shoes are a bit stiff as I wear them right now.  We will need to see if a bit of break in is required before I track numbers.  All in all, it will be exciting to put these shoes to the test and compare them against my old sqairz as well as Puma spikeless.  More to come soon!
     
     


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    billpierce reacted to GolfSpy_SHARK in The (VGA) Veterans Golf Association (Lacassem's Journey & Others)   
    Well I got onto the Bethpage Black waiting list....I was on and registering as soon as it opened and still got wait listed. CRAZY!
    Time to start looking locally now. MA did not have to much as of last week
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    billpierce got a reaction from jbern in SQAIRZ VELO Shoe: 2024 Forum Member Review   
    Unboxing and First Impressions:
    The shoes arrived while I was traveling for work (of course they did) and I just managed to unbox today.  The box is as would be expected and the packaging is very professional and robust as you unpack. 
     


     
    Bob and the Sqairz team left me a nice note with the shoes, along with some sox as a gift (my second pair of Sqairz socks) that are actually quite nice.

    The handwritten aspects are a nice personal touch!

    Like a kid at Christmas, I tore into the box and the reveal of the shoes was worth the wait!  WOW these are some sexy shoes, was my initial reaction...

    A look side by side with my old shoes, provides a visual reference of the maturing of the Sqairz shoe lines. 

    You can see the engineering team held true to the core aspects of what makes the shoe unique (such as square toe) and also improving the shoes in a number of key areas!

    Some immediate reactions as I took them out of the box:
     
    1. The shoes are MUCH lighter. I need to verify but they feel a good 30% lighter than my old pair.
    2. The new breathable synthetic material is much softer and looks very nice.
    3. The patented square toe is there and used to enable toe and foot pressure transfer to the ground. It may be a hair smaller. 
    4. The lacing system is proprietary and I love them - they never come undone during a round.
    5. The shoe feels more breathable, which was an issue for me on my old pair.
    6. The cleats are a different material and I hope this will stop the turf swallowing on the course where I pick up lots of grass during play.

    7. The dual density foam inside is much softer. Will be interesting to see how this feels while walking.
    8. The smart traction looks the same, but the material feels a bit different.
    9. I love the look of the new material. So aesthetically, I feel, this is a big improvement.
    10. These look sleek, feel better but will I get 2.9 mph swing speed increase?  I am not the fastest swinger - so this feels to be a challenge we will need to test!

     
    Some final thoughts as I went through this process today...  
    I cant wait to get these on the course I will use the GC Quad to measure the claims of speed and dispersion I am very happy with the aesthetics and look improvements The quality feels outstanding I will do some initial tests tonight on the GC quad, but the shoes are a bit stiff as I wear them right now.  We will need to see if a bit of break in is required before I track numbers.  All in all, it will be exciting to put these shoes to the test and compare them against my old sqairz as well as Puma spikeless.  More to come soon!
     
     


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    billpierce got a reaction from jbern in SQAIRZ VELO Shoe: 2024 Forum Member Review   
    I found the shoes you referenced. They look to be super comfortable!
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    billpierce reacted to funkyjudge in SQAIRZ VELO Shoe: 2024 Forum Member Review   
    Second Round with the Squairz VELO Shoes:
    I played 18 holes this morning wearing the Squairz VELO shoes. Although carts were required, I walked the full 18 and let my playing partner have the cart. I have to say that these Squairz shoes are not totally comfortable for me when walking 18 holes on a hilly course, and around the 14th or 15th hole I started to get cramps in both of my arches. I really miss having my custom orthotics in the shoes!
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    billpierce got a reaction from cnosil in SQAIRZ VELO Shoe: 2024 Forum Member Review   
    Unboxing and First Impressions:
    The shoes arrived while I was traveling for work (of course they did) and I just managed to unbox today.  The box is as would be expected and the packaging is very professional and robust as you unpack. 
     


     
    Bob and the Sqairz team left me a nice note with the shoes, along with some sox as a gift (my second pair of Sqairz socks) that are actually quite nice.

    The handwritten aspects are a nice personal touch!

    Like a kid at Christmas, I tore into the box and the reveal of the shoes was worth the wait!  WOW these are some sexy shoes, was my initial reaction...

    A look side by side with my old shoes, provides a visual reference of the maturing of the Sqairz shoe lines. 

    You can see the engineering team held true to the core aspects of what makes the shoe unique (such as square toe) and also improving the shoes in a number of key areas!

    Some immediate reactions as I took them out of the box:
     
    1. The shoes are MUCH lighter. I need to verify but they feel a good 30% lighter than my old pair.
    2. The new breathable synthetic material is much softer and looks very nice.
    3. The patented square toe is there and used to enable toe and foot pressure transfer to the ground. It may be a hair smaller. 
    4. The lacing system is proprietary and I love them - they never come undone during a round.
    5. The shoe feels more breathable, which was an issue for me on my old pair.
    6. The cleats are a different material and I hope this will stop the turf swallowing on the course where I pick up lots of grass during play.

    7. The dual density foam inside is much softer. Will be interesting to see how this feels while walking.
    8. The smart traction looks the same, but the material feels a bit different.
    9. I love the look of the new material. So aesthetically, I feel, this is a big improvement.
    10. These look sleek, feel better but will I get 2.9 mph swing speed increase?  I am not the fastest swinger - so this feels to be a challenge we will need to test!

     
    Some final thoughts as I went through this process today...  
    I cant wait to get these on the course I will use the GC Quad to measure the claims of speed and dispersion I am very happy with the aesthetics and look improvements The quality feels outstanding I will do some initial tests tonight on the GC quad, but the shoes are a bit stiff as I wear them right now.  We will need to see if a bit of break in is required before I track numbers.  All in all, it will be exciting to put these shoes to the test and compare them against my old sqairz as well as Puma spikeless.  More to come soon!
     
     


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    billpierce got a reaction from Indy_Oz in SQAIRZ VELO Shoe: 2024 Forum Member Review   
    Unboxing and First Impressions:
    The shoes arrived while I was traveling for work (of course they did) and I just managed to unbox today.  The box is as would be expected and the packaging is very professional and robust as you unpack. 
     


     
    Bob and the Sqairz team left me a nice note with the shoes, along with some sox as a gift (my second pair of Sqairz socks) that are actually quite nice.

    The handwritten aspects are a nice personal touch!

    Like a kid at Christmas, I tore into the box and the reveal of the shoes was worth the wait!  WOW these are some sexy shoes, was my initial reaction...

    A look side by side with my old shoes, provides a visual reference of the maturing of the Sqairz shoe lines. 

    You can see the engineering team held true to the core aspects of what makes the shoe unique (such as square toe) and also improving the shoes in a number of key areas!

    Some immediate reactions as I took them out of the box:
     
    1. The shoes are MUCH lighter. I need to verify but they feel a good 30% lighter than my old pair.
    2. The new breathable synthetic material is much softer and looks very nice.
    3. The patented square toe is there and used to enable toe and foot pressure transfer to the ground. It may be a hair smaller. 
    4. The lacing system is proprietary and I love them - they never come undone during a round.
    5. The shoe feels more breathable, which was an issue for me on my old pair.
    6. The cleats are a different material and I hope this will stop the turf swallowing on the course where I pick up lots of grass during play.

    7. The dual density foam inside is much softer. Will be interesting to see how this feels while walking.
    8. The smart traction looks the same, but the material feels a bit different.
    9. I love the look of the new material. So aesthetically, I feel, this is a big improvement.
    10. These look sleek, feel better but will I get 2.9 mph swing speed increase?  I am not the fastest swinger - so this feels to be a challenge we will need to test!

     
    Some final thoughts as I went through this process today...  
    I cant wait to get these on the course I will use the GC Quad to measure the claims of speed and dispersion I am very happy with the aesthetics and look improvements The quality feels outstanding I will do some initial tests tonight on the GC quad, but the shoes are a bit stiff as I wear them right now.  We will need to see if a bit of break in is required before I track numbers.  All in all, it will be exciting to put these shoes to the test and compare them against my old sqairz as well as Puma spikeless.  More to come soon!
     
     


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    billpierce got a reaction from Rob Person in SQAIRZ VELO Shoe: 2024 Forum Member Review   
    Thanks for the details I will look them up now...
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    billpierce got a reaction from Rob Person in SQAIRZ VELO Shoe: 2024 Forum Member Review   
    Will look these shoes up - be interesting to compare technology.
    Received my pair today, will do a first impressions / unboxing later today!
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    billpierce got a reaction from jbern in SQAIRZ VELO Shoe: 2024 Forum Member Review   
    Thanks for the details I will look them up now...
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    billpierce reacted to jbern in SQAIRZ VELO Shoe: 2024 Forum Member Review   
    That's awesome that you've received them!
    The shoes that I was referring to are True Linkswear zero drop shoes (I have the OG Feel). They have been the closest to "barefoot style" that I've been able to find. 
    However, SQAIRZ makes some pretty bold claims of improved performance. So I would be willing to go to a different style if it truly helps with performance. 
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    billpierce got a reaction from jbern in SQAIRZ VELO Shoe: 2024 Forum Member Review   
    Will look these shoes up - be interesting to compare technology.
    Received my pair today, will do a first impressions / unboxing later today!
  21. Like
    billpierce reacted to Indy_Oz in SQAIRZ VELO Shoe: 2024 Forum Member Review   
    Mine arrive tomorrow, so I continue to experience these shoes vicariously through your posts for now. Ha ha. 
    can’t wait to try the shoes out. I’m hoping to play 18 on Friday and it’s due to be a wet round, so I’ll be able to confirm their level of weather protection! 
    Very interesting that you seem to have had some distance gain over your ‘normal’. I’m hoping to hit the sim with these before long and see if there is any measurable difference. 
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    billpierce got a reaction from Rob Person in SQAIRZ VELO Shoe: 2024 Forum Member Review   
    My name is Bill Pierce and like many readers here I have a golf addiction.  I hear admitting this is the first step?  Mind wanders… Golf trip to Ireland anyone?

    Let me start by saying, that I am excited for this review, as I already own a pair of almost 3 year old Sqairz with its “torque generation system’!
    Previously, I shared comments here on a golf shoe thread and one of the members wrote the square toe reminded him “I need to bring my blunderbuss along with me to the course” (hinting that it looked like a Pilgrim shoe?).  Every time I lace them up I can hear his comment!!! 
    I love the humor and sharing of opinions here at MyGolfSpy and as a long-time reader of reviews, many of the items in my bag (e.g. Ping 425 SFT fairway woods) come direct from reviews provided here and I want to return that favor back to our wonderful community! 
     

    The BlunderBuss (My old pair of Sqairz)
     
    The shoes AFTER cleaning still hold turf….

     
    A bit about me: I run technology for my company (nerd alert) and at 61 years old (geezer alert) and after elbow surgery for tennis elbow (from golf) and some pretty severe disc compression issues and arthritis in my back – let’s say I can’t swing or go at it as hard as I once could! Why did I share all of that? I hope to be a beacon reviewer for all the slightly hobbled oldies looking for a reviewer like themselves. Or if you like humor (see my jokes posts on the forum) I am your guy!
    Some background on my game:
    I started golf in my thirties and will say that my game has gone up and down over the last 15 years… with post-surgery some terrible rounds and scores making me almost want to quit golf. Recently shot 87 and for me and lately that is a good score --though I hover in that range if I don’t blow up a hole or two. Where is my weakness: I tend to give up most of my score on wedges (chunk them) and putting and if you look at my posts, you will see the quest for new wedges (I still can’t pick, but will watch the testing reviews closely) and putter This will be my first season using my new Sacks Parente Mallet, I remain hopeful that the three putts end.
     
    Some thoughts on the Shoe and how to test:
    I am not a shoe fanatic guy, but I do have four pairs currently. One of them as stated is a pair of Sqairz. Some thoughts on my legacy pair from this vendor:
    1.     My current Sqairz is a VERY stable shoe.  You can absolutely feel the stability.
    2.     For those with wide feet, sqairz is worth a look.
    3.     I find the shoe comfortable but a bit hot when the temperatures sore, it will be nice to see if the new sqairz are more breathable.
    4.     Waterproof features work well (maybe why they are hot?)
    5.     They pick up a lot of turf, particularly on wet courses. It did annoy me at times as last year was so rainy. I was either using other shoes or constantly banging turf out of the cleats and tracks.
    6.     Regarding ‘speed’ pick up – I never tested them for that but will say if you are a good ground force player, I am sure you are bound to pick up 2-4mph.  As my back is not like it once was, I will not push myself to those limits, it would probably cause downtime!
    7.     Aesthetics / Looks wise I think the Blunderbuss comment may be rude, but not far off 😊
    These attributes will set a good baseline to compare!
    I play north of Boston Mass, southern Maine and Down East Maine areas so much cooler and more wet conditions compared to the North Carolina course that I previously played on (and often in rough condition due to winter damage/weather). I love to walk the courses if I can, as I don’t get enough physical stimulation from my desk job. So, that means both performance and comfort are critical to me in a shoe. Let’s list the areas I see critical for testing in a shoe:
    A.     Comfort – is the shoe constricting around my toes? Support the arches but not hurt, is it breathable or will my feet make the inside feel like it rained in there!
    B.     Traction – does the shoe prevent slippage, grip enough but not too much?
    C.    Stability – how stable is my balance, weight transfer, torque? Does the foot roll in the shoe?
    D.    Aesthetics – How sexy are the shoes? (guess my bias will come out here)
    I plan on testing three of my shoes side by side to observe differences:
    1.     My original sqairz to get a baseline of how the shoe line is improving and has some of my pet peeves been addressed!
    2.     My Puma spikeless because they are super comfy, but to be honest I think I lose torque so this will be a good performance  test comparison.
    3.     The new sqairz and see how fit, stability, performance, aesthetics and all play out.
    One core component of testing will be using the GC Quad and putting the models to tests with different shots and scenarios… probably focus on three clubs – Driver, fairway wood and Wedge and see the distance impact for each shoe. If the weather cooperates (and we got a small amount of snow this week) I want to do a thorough test over a number of rounds and in different weather conditions (wet and dry but not snow!).
    These two series of test combined, should easily tell us about a number of factors like comfort, grip, stability, waterproofing and how they actually look and feel during normal use. Weather and course conditions permitting, I'll probably be walking 9-holes at my local 9-hole course that is very wet in places and undulating and should be a good test for the shoes.
    That said, I am working out my testing plan and have an ask to the community: can you all send me what numbers on the GCQuad you want to see? Ball Speed? Distance? AofA? < what tells us the shoe performs as claimed?
    I have a very open mind to the brand and will use my prior experience with the shoes factor in testing, but hopefully not too much bias. If the new shoes ace all of the testing criteria -- they will be keepers and become my number 1 shoe!
    In conclusion, you are on this journey with me, my humor should come through, and this will be fun. Now let’s start the testing!
    The unboxing and First Impressions:
     
     

  23. Haha
    billpierce got a reaction from Rob Person in SQAIRZ VELO Shoe: 2024 Forum Member Review   
    So you are the ace on the soccer team!  
  24. Haha
    billpierce got a reaction from Rob Person in SQAIRZ VELO Shoe: 2024 Forum Member Review   
    4e. Should swim fast with those 😂
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    billpierce got a reaction from funkyjudge in SQAIRZ VELO Shoe: 2024 Forum Member Review   
    My name is Bill Pierce and like many readers here I have a golf addiction.  I hear admitting this is the first step?  Mind wanders… Golf trip to Ireland anyone?

    Let me start by saying, that I am excited for this review, as I already own a pair of almost 3 year old Sqairz with its “torque generation system’!
    Previously, I shared comments here on a golf shoe thread and one of the members wrote the square toe reminded him “I need to bring my blunderbuss along with me to the course” (hinting that it looked like a Pilgrim shoe?).  Every time I lace them up I can hear his comment!!! 
    I love the humor and sharing of opinions here at MyGolfSpy and as a long-time reader of reviews, many of the items in my bag (e.g. Ping 425 SFT fairway woods) come direct from reviews provided here and I want to return that favor back to our wonderful community! 
     

    The BlunderBuss (My old pair of Sqairz)
     
    The shoes AFTER cleaning still hold turf….

     
    A bit about me: I run technology for my company (nerd alert) and at 61 years old (geezer alert) and after elbow surgery for tennis elbow (from golf) and some pretty severe disc compression issues and arthritis in my back – let’s say I can’t swing or go at it as hard as I once could! Why did I share all of that? I hope to be a beacon reviewer for all the slightly hobbled oldies looking for a reviewer like themselves. Or if you like humor (see my jokes posts on the forum) I am your guy!
    Some background on my game:
    I started golf in my thirties and will say that my game has gone up and down over the last 15 years… with post-surgery some terrible rounds and scores making me almost want to quit golf. Recently shot 87 and for me and lately that is a good score --though I hover in that range if I don’t blow up a hole or two. Where is my weakness: I tend to give up most of my score on wedges (chunk them) and putting and if you look at my posts, you will see the quest for new wedges (I still can’t pick, but will watch the testing reviews closely) and putter This will be my first season using my new Sacks Parente Mallet, I remain hopeful that the three putts end.
     
    Some thoughts on the Shoe and how to test:
    I am not a shoe fanatic guy, but I do have four pairs currently. One of them as stated is a pair of Sqairz. Some thoughts on my legacy pair from this vendor:
    1.     My current Sqairz is a VERY stable shoe.  You can absolutely feel the stability.
    2.     For those with wide feet, sqairz is worth a look.
    3.     I find the shoe comfortable but a bit hot when the temperatures sore, it will be nice to see if the new sqairz are more breathable.
    4.     Waterproof features work well (maybe why they are hot?)
    5.     They pick up a lot of turf, particularly on wet courses. It did annoy me at times as last year was so rainy. I was either using other shoes or constantly banging turf out of the cleats and tracks.
    6.     Regarding ‘speed’ pick up – I never tested them for that but will say if you are a good ground force player, I am sure you are bound to pick up 2-4mph.  As my back is not like it once was, I will not push myself to those limits, it would probably cause downtime!
    7.     Aesthetics / Looks wise I think the Blunderbuss comment may be rude, but not far off 😊
    These attributes will set a good baseline to compare!
    I play north of Boston Mass, southern Maine and Down East Maine areas so much cooler and more wet conditions compared to the North Carolina course that I previously played on (and often in rough condition due to winter damage/weather). I love to walk the courses if I can, as I don’t get enough physical stimulation from my desk job. So, that means both performance and comfort are critical to me in a shoe. Let’s list the areas I see critical for testing in a shoe:
    A.     Comfort – is the shoe constricting around my toes? Support the arches but not hurt, is it breathable or will my feet make the inside feel like it rained in there!
    B.     Traction – does the shoe prevent slippage, grip enough but not too much?
    C.    Stability – how stable is my balance, weight transfer, torque? Does the foot roll in the shoe?
    D.    Aesthetics – How sexy are the shoes? (guess my bias will come out here)
    I plan on testing three of my shoes side by side to observe differences:
    1.     My original sqairz to get a baseline of how the shoe line is improving and has some of my pet peeves been addressed!
    2.     My Puma spikeless because they are super comfy, but to be honest I think I lose torque so this will be a good performance  test comparison.
    3.     The new sqairz and see how fit, stability, performance, aesthetics and all play out.
    One core component of testing will be using the GC Quad and putting the models to tests with different shots and scenarios… probably focus on three clubs – Driver, fairway wood and Wedge and see the distance impact for each shoe. If the weather cooperates (and we got a small amount of snow this week) I want to do a thorough test over a number of rounds and in different weather conditions (wet and dry but not snow!).
    These two series of test combined, should easily tell us about a number of factors like comfort, grip, stability, waterproofing and how they actually look and feel during normal use. Weather and course conditions permitting, I'll probably be walking 9-holes at my local 9-hole course that is very wet in places and undulating and should be a good test for the shoes.
    That said, I am working out my testing plan and have an ask to the community: can you all send me what numbers on the GCQuad you want to see? Ball Speed? Distance? AofA? < what tells us the shoe performs as claimed?
    I have a very open mind to the brand and will use my prior experience with the shoes factor in testing, but hopefully not too much bias. If the new shoes ace all of the testing criteria -- they will be keepers and become my number 1 shoe!
    In conclusion, you are on this journey with me, my humor should come through, and this will be fun. Now let’s start the testing!
    The unboxing and First Impressions:
     
     

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