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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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Another shoe company that does not have my size, 14, perhaps that why I continue to wear Footjoy

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It's would be good if I can test it as it is now Autumn/fall here in New Zealand and winter is definitely coming.  Courses are always damp to say the least so this will put this shoe to a great test.

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Would love to give these a test, digging that snowy white colorway!

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I have always played in FootJoy shoes so I would like to test the Enises shoe to see how it compares.

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I only walk courses I can survive or on level fairways, so I'm mostly a rider. Although golf season is always too short and wet here in the northeast, its a lovely place to splash through a golf round in the Spring. And I can guarantee that any shoes I wear are stress-tested to the seams . . . I carry a hefty load even without a bag of clubs. I've had 70 years to pack it on but no one ever has to wait for me to catch up, even if they're riding!

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Really interested to find out how the comfort and support is. Footjoys have a narrow toe box and my feet are always sore after a round. 

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I try to walk as much as I can on carts only courses. I currently wear Sketchers and if there is a more comfortable pair of shoes out there,

I would really like to know.

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I tried to purchase a pair in my size several times but they were always sold out. Would love to try them and give my feedback. I’ve traditional worn foot joys, and have also tried Nike and under armor shoes in the past. Last year I bought a pair of adidas spineless shoes on a whim and I love them. 

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I am always on the hunt for a shoe with a wide forefoot.  Thanks. 

 

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Great!! I am a walker that play at least 5-6 times a month and with summer golf approaching I would love to try a new pair of INESIS, I am always looking to try new and improved equipments, awesome!!, I own two new pairs of spikeless ECCO and they make a huge difference on the golf course. Please, I would like to be chosen for this test. Thank you

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I'm quite a shoe hawk. Love the classic leather shoes. Allen Edmonds, Walter Genuin Italian, Dexter Classics. Gotta look good when you play in plus fours!

I'd like to try some spikeless shoes to compare against real high end shoes.

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Recently switched from Softspikes to spikeless shoes...Inesis isn't available in shops/courses here in Indianapolis.

Please include me in this great opportunity please 

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I have trouble finding shoes that fit comfortably because of the arthritis in my left foot.  Would be glad to see if maybe these are the ones I need and others with foot problems could use.

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I'm a 6' 2", 230 lbs, but fit, 72-YO confirmed walking golfer who plays >100 holes/week on average, 12 months a year. Due perhaps to a touch of polio in that 1950s epidemic, my feet are 1.5 men's sizes different (10.5W, 12W), so finding athletic shoes for any sport has been a life-long pain, sometimes literally. I wore the Footjoy Contour for years, but they recently changed it radically fitwise, and they did not hold up, either--one of the eyelets ripped out, I hand sewed it back together. Then I found an Adidas shoe (11.5 W) that I love, but now its discontinued. All true--really! On the hunt again.

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interesting looking shoe.  I would really like to try this shoe to see how it performs in real life.  Shoe size 8.5

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Bernhard Langer seems like a Bond villain, so I've been skeptical. 

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I've been looking at new shoes. I'd love the opportunity to test (and keep) these!

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As a relatively new golfer, I did not know the the importance of golf shoe technology, I assumed all the shoes performed the same function without much variation. However, in the last 4 fours years I have tried on many golf shoes and been exposed to many novice and experienced golfer ideals regarding golf shoes. Some were okay and some were just horribly uncomfortable. I have some issues with my wide feet, so a more comfortable shoe with some bells and whistles would be a welcomed addition to my golf closes. If selected a 11 1/2 shoe would be great. Thanks for the potential opportunity!

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Very interested in the waterproofing of the Inesis golf shoe. I play in rain and wet conditions frequently. Because of this I’ve always worn spikes. I am excited and would be honored to give these a shot!

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I only wear spikeless shoes (Ecco Biom Hybrid GTX 3). I jog between shots and it gets my heart rate up to about 160 or so. Great exercise (like interval training). These shoes would be interesting to test as my Eccos could use some extra cushioning.

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Florida, always need waterproof shoes!

 

 

 

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I'm interested in seeing how breathable these shoes are and how water-proof they really are. I say this because of the fact that I have had brands that say their shoe is "water proof" but its barely water resistant, the reason that a shoe being water proof is so important is that 1. I'm on a golf team and we will play in any weather, 2. I live in the pacific northwest in Washington State, so lots of water. Lastly the second most inporntant factor is grip, I use spiked golf shoes since I wanted guaranteed traction since when I've used spikless I find that they don't have enough grip, especially in wet weather. I hope that these shoes will stand up to the standards that it sets and that it goes beyond them too.

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