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Testers Announced-Inesis Waterproof Grip Golf Shoes

Testers
Equipment Type: Golf shoe
Vendor: Inesis

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Inesis is a brand that has made a bit of a splash in recent Most Wanted testing. This is especially true of their shoes, which earned "Best Value" spikeless shoe in both 2019 and in 2021—and was rated the most comfortable shoe in 2019.

We've got four Forum members who'll be testing Inesis's Waterproof Grip golf shoes.

@analyticandrew

 

@Curtis Atkinson

@EasyPutter

@MattF

 

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At any given time I have between 3 and 5 pairs of shoes, at least two with spikes and at least one spikeless, because I wear spikes primarily if I expect the grass to be wet but I don't like wearing shoes I got really wet the day before. 

 

I only started wearing spikeless shoes 3 years ago, but now as long as I know they are enough to grip the ground I opt for them--BUT--I only go about 125 pounds so even extra *dry* conditions can sometimes keep me from getting "into" the ground enough to go spikeless without slipping, at least in my Nike Flynit Racers.

 

Maybe these ones will be different, one way to find out!

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I will be interested to see how they fit, walking comfort, how long to break them in and how hot they get on your feet being they are full synthetic.  I'm also curious how the built in spikes will wear.  

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I'd be interested in these as I'm looking for a new pair of spikeless shoes to try and start walking the course versus riding all the time but my current FJ Pro SLs arent comfortable enough for a full round of walking.

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I certainly would like to check them out.  I always walk every course, unless it is not possible to do so.

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Paulie777 needs a new pair of shoes! I give decent feedback, so consider me. I always review the courses I play, so I would review these.

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And the testing opportunities keep coming fast and furious! Great opportunity for 4 of the chosen. Best of luck to all and enjoy the review/testing be experience!

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I am Always looking for comfortable and stable golf shoes. 

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I walk almost every round and wear out shoes pretty fast, would like to try something new.

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I have very wide feet and have found the only shoe that is comfortable for me is an old model TrueLinks Protus model.

I am always searching for a comfortable golf shoe.

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Just signed up and would love to be selected to put these kicks in a 10M through the paces ≈ 13,000.

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Would love to traipse around for more than a few rounds in these innovative shoes and give you my feedback!

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I am just returning to golf after a six month layoff. The reason? A ruptured Achilles’ tendon. Feels better everyday but I will be interested to see how INESIS golf shoes perform. Live in Naples, FL where there are many courses.

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I normally by FootJoy, but I tried some Skechers last year.  Currently going back to FootJoy, but always looking to try something new.

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I really could use a new pair of shoes for this golf season ,they look great.

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I've been dying to try these shoes out since last years' shoe testing, but they're always sold out in my size!

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I missing both big toes and this looks like this is an excellent shoe not only for comfort but for support too.  I would love to be a tester.

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I recently switched back to spikes after several years wearing Skechers spikeless shoes.  The Puma Faas Light spikeless shoe was the most comfortable shoe I ever wore. I have arthritis and other foot problems and ejjoyed the feel of the Skechers and Pumas, but in the end I needed the stability and grip of the spiked shoe.  The Inesis has a unique outsole, and I would love to see how they compare to the comfort of my Skechers or Pumas and the stability and grip of my Adiboost.

 

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I wear Foot Joy or Etonic and play (walking) every day the course is open. We play early, so there is always moisture on the grass. I could give the shoes a serious workout in a short amount of time.

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Wear 8.5 Wide

Have never tried spikeless, but interested in trying these for comfort & stability.

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