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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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Good luck to these testers.  A very intriguing shoe I have looked at a few times, but have never come across in person.  Can't wait to hear about them. 

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Would love to test these.  Currently switch between a pair of Nike and a pair of Ecco spikeless shoes.  for 4-5 rounds per month.

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Though I've worn a wide variety of shoes over the years, I've kind of settled in on Foot Joy Tour and ECCO Biom shoes.  While most of my shoes are soft spikes, two pair of my ECCOs are spikeless.  I would be very interested in how these shoes compare to the ECCOS.  The more comfortable the shoes, the better the golf.

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Would love to try these shoes. Walk at least 10 rounds a month so I am in need of another pair.

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I'd like to find a show that doesn't hurt my feet after a round. Absent any width selection I'm guessing these shoes are only for standard or medium width. I have a 4E width so they likely will not work for me. 

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Be great to give them a test in the summer heat and humidity that gets your feet swimming by the end of the round from sweat and our mid-day sun showers or mini typhoons that happen in the afternoons .....I love my Skechers now but they are beat needing a new pair. size 11 please

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I work as a Marshall at a golf course in Aloha Oregon, we are allowed to play as much as we can when not working. I always  walk and my feet need too be comfortable, it would be nice to put this shoes to the test and see how well they preform.

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This is the kind of testing I’d love to be a part of. I’m tired of my feet aching after around of golf.

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I would love to try it out. I have plantar fasciitis, some what of flat feet, tried many brands, can’t find a good shoes for me. 

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Would love to test a great pair of shoes...   currently wearing FJ Boa     THANK YOU 

 

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On 4/27/2021 at 1:59 PM, HarveyDiamond said:

When that sort of thing happens to me, (distance control remains fine but I’m missing right or left) , it’s not what I’m looking at or not looking at, it’s grip pressure.  I’m right handed, if my right hand is gripping the putter harder than the left, my putts will tend to go right.  If my left hand is gripping harder, putts will tend to go left.  To check how hand pressure effects you, stand over a putt, intentionally grip one hand harder than the other and lift your putter slightly.  The face will open or close depending on which hand is gripping more firmly.  Correcting this is simple, equalize the grip pressure on each hand with the putter just barely off the ground at setup.  You will know when you are balanced when the putter face is square to the target, not open or closed.  Last thing, the grip should be light but firm.  A light grip with equalized pressure will result in a more steady stroke.  Your eyes might not be bad.  Try this a few times, it takes practice but produces good results.  Equilibrating grip pressure is part of my pre shot routine, it takes 3 or 4 seconds.

 

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Still haven't found the right shoes, I've tried Nike, Puma, Footjoy, and New Balance.  Very Interested.

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I play twice a week from April to November.  I’m looking for a stable, comfortable, waterproof golf shoe to wear on my early morning tee times, in Western Penna. Thanks for the opportunity.

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I have tried spikeless shoes from Puma and Nike. I think they are the better option for me unless it's very wet. Curious to see how these stack up. 

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I've played plastic spikes, metal spikes, and currently using spikeless, and outside of slippery conditions I've never had an issue, and even in those conditions I found only the metal spikes were a significant difference (and they are not allowed at most courses). 

That said, I still think you need a good pair of golf shoes. In my opinion, a good pair of golf shoes usually has a wider/more stable platform compared to just sneakers. There are a lot of quality brands available and if your able to surpass the co petition in any area your doing something right I like the ability to have more freedom of movement with spineless.

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These are nice looking shoes. I play 9 everyday (sometime more) so shoes are one of the most important equipments for me. I have reviewed shoes (non-golf) so I could provide detailed feedback.

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Good luck applicants. We used to have a decathelon (prior to being bought was MVP Sports) store in town years ago and folded up in the early 2000's. Enjoy my spiked shoes still but have been intrigued about going spikeless.

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I would love to find a shoe that is comfortable to walk 18.  I have dealt with orthotics and inserts trying to find the right fit.  Would love to try something new.

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I'm looking for a stylish but comfortable pair of shoes. I need something that's going to support my arches during the 45-50 rounds I walk each year...speaking of which, I'm off to the course now. Wish me luck! 

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Sorry, would not work for me.  Their sizes run small, and they don't have wide width that I need.

 

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Interested to try a newer spikeless shoe. Gave up on them a few years back when a pair of pumas I had started to slip on me after only a couple months of wear. 

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I play every morning at 6:30 am.  I would love to see how the waterproof holds up and the comfort since quite often we hustle/jog to finish the 9 holes in 75 minutes prior to work

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