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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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Have gone with your recommendation on shoes the last 3 seasons, all spot on.  Looking forward to trying these (9M)

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Baby Needs a New Pair of Shoes,,,make mine 8.5M...I only walk 18, no carts...THX

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These shoes looks nice!  I love to have different pairs of shoes depending on how the course conditions are for the day.

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A good golf shoe should be both a good walking shoe and a good platform for swinging a golf club. If the shoe looks good it's a bonus. I'm a walker and very picky about my shoes. If you are  looking for someone to sugarcoat this product, don't pick me. Otherwise, I'm a 10.5 medium.

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I currently play approximately 10-12 times a month both walking and riding. This is perfect timing as my footjoy pro/sl shoes have developed a squeak when I move. It makes me to have to remain still all the time as not to bother others. They’re only 2 years old. I wear a size 10 medium.

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Always interested in looking for more comfort on the feet out there

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Size 10 1/2 wide - the clubs ride I mostly walk - play 4 days a week

 

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Im still using older Foot joy classics, im sure newer tech would be helpful. On a side note, i bought an AOFAR GX-2s Range finder for $87 on ebay and its working out well for that price. Would like to hear what MGS thinks about it in future tests.

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Personally, I've had a little problem with cancer.  Peripheral neuropathy is one of the side effects of the chemo, so comfortable shoes are a must.  It would be interesting to see if these are truly as comfortable as advertised.  

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I just received the new Puma Evo’s and they R pretty comfortable, but I’m all about trying something new, so I’ll try and see if they beat these shoes, but I’ll need wides since I got foot caught in a paving machine my left foot is kinda messed up ? 

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Walk 2-3 times per week. Play early mornings and in evenings. In the market for new shoes and will put them to an honest solid test. Left handed golfer if you need some feedback from the other side of the ball 😉 ha

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I walk over 50-60 rounds a year on hilly courses.  Currently using Adidas.  Wear size 11

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Never had a pair of spikeless shoes but have been curious about them as I play most of my rounds in nice weather where traction isn't really an issue.  Also, based on some of the latest most wanted testing it sounds like the move to spikeless may come without any stability trade-offs regardless so it would be an interesting comparison.

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I've got flat feet.  It's always a struggle to find a comfortable shoe.  I would love to give these a try.  Believe me, if they're as comfortable as they say, they got a life-long commitment for me!  Please send a pair my way!!

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Those look really nice!

I have 9 pair of golf shoes. I know  probably dont have enough?

FJ, Ecco, Adidas and one pair of Nike Mudders round out my golf shoe collection

I would be a excellent tester for you

So pick me Mister Kotter!!!!

 

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Need some new spikeless shoes soon.  Would love to compare them to my Sketchers.  Size 12 M

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I walk 36 holes every weekend and I take the first tee time at my club so  I deal with dew on the grass and wet feet.  Also, I live in Minnesota so I have a short playing season which means I cannot afford to wait for optimum weather conditions.  Let's see if they were truly able to make waterproof shoes that actually comfortable to wear in all weather.  I will see frost delays and 90+ degrees in the next two months.  Send 'em my way.  I will let you know how they perform.  Size 13

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I play early and always damp/wet on my course.  Although I have shoes that are supposed to be waterproof, my feet are usually wet when I'm finished.  It would be great to test a shoe that would keep my feet dry.  I'd love to test these.

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I've tried Croc's, New Balance & Ecco spikeless shoes. I'd like to see how these are in comfort, waterproofness & durability. I walk at least 4 rounds of golf a week on different terrains.  My size is 8.5 US 42 UK

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I walk 3 - 4 rounds a week. So comfort, performance and durability are key to me.

9.5 please.

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