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Test In-Progress: Inesis Waterproof Grip Golf Shoes

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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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Would love to try these.  I'm in the process of upgrading all my golf equipment and would love to compare these to what I'm currently using.  I just started increasing the amount I play so I'm spending more time both on the course and the range.

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I am a frequent walker.  I would be a good tester because I frequent OB, sand traps, rough, woods, ponds, occasionally the fairway and greens.  I play between 30-40 times per year in the midwest April-November.  

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Would love to see how this shoe would be for a senior golfer for comfort and stability.

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Would live to try out the Inesis to compare to my current GFore Gallavanters and older Footjoy SLs

 

play 2-4 times per week and walk all rounds on very hilly track here in Arlington VA). 
 

All the best...

 

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I have been looking at Inesis for other things lately...feel like they are really making a name for themselves with quality products at reasonable prices. These shoes look slick...would love to test them out. Might buy a pair anyways. 

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Would love to try spikeless shoes and see how they compare to spike ones.  Thank you.  

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I have Ecco, Under Armor and Footjoy Spikeless shoes. I haven't worn my spiked shoes since I bought my first pair of Ecco's. This has been at least 3 years. I'm curious how these shoes stack up.

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I am loyal to 2 main brands of shoes when it comes to spikeless. So I would be very interested in try them as a new outlet of choice.

Thanks for the chance!

 

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I bought Inesis waterproof golf shoes two years ago. They are comfortable and durable. I walk and carry, playing 2 to 4 rounds a week. Currently, I have five pair of golf shoes that I rotate, mostly Footjoy but also a pair of Addidas winter golf boots that I absolutely love. I wouldn't wear anything else except they are a lot heavier than the normal golf shoes. I'd love to compare the new Inesis with my old pair - the soles look different. 

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Currently wearing Adidas Codechaos and would like to compete the two shoes.  Size 11...

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I've used the Puma Ignite shoes and am curious how these Inesis shoes stack up.

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I walk 18 holes 3 - 4 times a week. I am a big believer in comfortable and sturdy golf shoes are extremely important to making the walk enjoyable and eliminate feet and leg pain. When I find a pair of shows I like, I usually buy 3 - 4 pairs. 

I would love to best tester in the quest for the best golf shoe!!! 9.5W

 

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As a transmet amputee who like to try to walk as much as possible, I am always looking for a better shoe to support my foot while playing.  Current shoe is a spikeless shoe from Sketchers.  
 

if I am not selected, I will follow this to see what the reviews are. 

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Please consider me for this opportunity.  I have recently lost 60 lbs and am pleased to be walking much more.  I am in search of shoes that are light and have great fit.  Also, since I have had a drastic weight loss, I haeve actually moved away from wide shoes.  Hence, the new search for comfort and of course performance.  Thank you for all the MGS is about.

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Would love to give these a try. I have worn out my waterproof ECCOs and I am in need of replacements.  10.5

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I don't walk enough to provide a valid review, but if you are selected let me know how these are in the sand. I spend a lot of time in the sand 🙂

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I'm 67 and a 14 index, living on the Northdale Golf club in Tampa FL.   I've been wearing the new Squairz shoes for about 7 months. Love 'em.  I think they would be hard to beat.  I previously wore mostly FootJoys (several different styles).  

I am a bonafide golf junkie.  I've been playing for 53 years.  Caddied in a few pro events for one of my sons including 2 US Open qualifiers, played lots of competitive rounds, designed/developed scoring software.   My favorite club is my driver.  I consistently hit it out there with the young bucks and past the other seniors my age.    I'm currently playing new Cobra RAD Driver(absolutely love it), 5 FW, and new Taylormade P790 Irons.   I played the OneIronGolf.com  BlackStone single length irons, Driver and 3 wood last year for about 4 months.  I have 8 sets of clubs including my new ones.  Besides that, I've been through 4 new putters, two sets of Jim Taylor wedges, 2 Bombtek Drivers and 3 woods, 1 Tour Edge 3 wood,  a set of Bombtek irons 2-pw,  3 Laser Range finders, aftermarket shafts (Steadfast) and various what I call "gimmick tools" in the past 4 years.   Since 2019 I figure I've spent around $6k just on golf equipment.  I don't always buy the off the shelf stuff.  I like supporting the small businesses and startups, like Bombtek(great value for the price), Vice Golf (great balls and gloves).  

Having been the President of probably the largest golf league in Central Florida (www.tbgte.org) for 7 years, and the current President/Owner of the Tampa Bay Golf League, Inc., I have a very large golfing network of around 1400+ golfers just in Florida.  I'm asked weekly what I have new this week.  Including my new league, I'm also playing in two other leagues, and  usually play around 8 9-hole league rounds and 4 18 hole rounds per month.

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I recently tried on at least 25 different golf shoes from almost every brand available. My rotation of shoes over the last few years have been Adidas and ECCO. But I landed on a new pair of FJ HyperFlex. After a dozen rounds I am happy with the grip and support level. Would be happy to test the Inesis shoes to compare performance and comfort.

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I am single digit handicap that walks and runs golf courses when I can.  Recovering from tendinitis of tibial tendon and need to try new golf shoes.  This would be a perfect test for me.         

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Looking forward to helping you with your test. I love shoes and am always looking for a more comfortable shoe with exceptional traction/ground grip. 

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Rotate 4 Footjoys throughout the season. 100+ rounds per year. Always interested in a new quality shoe

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I'm excited to add my name to the list of applicants.  As a permanent walker, I've experienced both the good and the not-so-good moments in golf shoes.  

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I hear their sizes tend to run small compared to most other brands. Does anyone know if this is true?

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