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I was wondering if anyone has worn these golf shoes. If you have what is the traction like; good for both wet and dry conditions? I am also wondering how the longevity of the shoes are compared to other comparable shoes on the market. (Footjoy Pro SL ect.) Also do they run true to size?


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I gave them a shot as I'm a huge fan of the Tour360 line and have worn them for years. These were my first shot at a spikeless shoe, and while they were as comfortable, the traction was completely lacking for me. I probably wore them 5 times total before I essentially gave them away for the cost of shipping. If you already prefer spikeless than you'll probably like them, but they were definitely a step back in terms of traction for me. Hope this helps!

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1 minute ago, mr.hicksta said:

I gave them a shot as I'm a huge fan of the Tour360 line and have worn them for years. These were my first shot at a spikeless shoe, and while they were as comfortable, the traction was completely lacking for me. I probably wore them 5 times total before I essentially gave them away for the cost of shipping. If you already prefer spikeless than you'll probably like them, but they were definitely a step back in terms of traction for me. Hope this helps!

So, you're sticking to spikes at this point?  What spikeless have you tried and not liked?


TaylorMade M5 9° w/ PX HZRDUS Smoke Black 60g, 6.5 @ 46"

Callaway Epic Flash SZ 3wd w/ Aldila Rogue MAX 85x @ 42.75"

Callaway Epic Flash SZ 5wd w/ PX HZRDUS Black 85g, 6.5 @ 42.25"

Srixon Z585 4-7, Z785 8-GW w/ TT AMT White X100 @ 38" (5i)

Vokey Jet Black 56/12 and 60/04 w/ Nippon Wedge 115

Odyssey SL Marxman w/ Superstroke Flatso 3.0 @ 33"

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Just now, seeking70's said:

So, you're sticking to spikes at this point?  What spikeless have you tried and not liked?

Just the Tour360 XTs and that was enough for me to know I'm #teamspiked. 

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Srixon Z785 4-PW | Modus3 Tour 125 S
Cleveland RTX ZipCore 50 Mid
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4 minutes ago, mr.hicksta said:

Just the Tour360 XTs and that was enough for me to know I'm #teamspiked. 

I have one pair of spikeless.  They're an older pair of Nike.  They are definitely lacking in traction compared to spikes, but I like them for range work and, if it's really dry out and I don't plan on needing tons of traction, they do the job.  My son prefers spikeless.  He has a couple of pairs of Footjoys and they work well for him.  I've tossed around the idea of trying the ProSL, but never pulled the trigger.

The thing I dislike about most spikeless is that they all look too much like a "tennis shoe" or running shoe and not like a golf shoe.  As a person who leans traditionalist, I like the "dressier" style of golf shoes.


TaylorMade M5 9° w/ PX HZRDUS Smoke Black 60g, 6.5 @ 46"

Callaway Epic Flash SZ 3wd w/ Aldila Rogue MAX 85x @ 42.75"

Callaway Epic Flash SZ 5wd w/ PX HZRDUS Black 85g, 6.5 @ 42.25"

Srixon Z585 4-7, Z785 8-GW w/ TT AMT White X100 @ 38" (5i)

Vokey Jet Black 56/12 and 60/04 w/ Nippon Wedge 115

Odyssey SL Marxman w/ Superstroke Flatso 3.0 @ 33"

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I have a few pairs of the Tour360 spiked and love them so decided to give the spikeless a try. They are definitely a dry weather shoe, not a lot of traction in wet conditions (to be expected) and if the bunkers at your course have firmer sand you'll notice the lack of traction. Other than that they are a great shoe!

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I have a few pairs of the Tour360 spiked and love them so decided to give the spikeless a try. They are definitely a dry weather shoe, not a lot of traction in wet conditions (to be expected) and if the bunkers at your course have firmer sand you'll notice the lack of traction. Other than that they are a great shoe!

How is the longevity and durability of the shoe? Will I last a couple of seasons?


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In my bag:

Driver:  :Hogan: Ben Hogan GS53 10.5* Stiff Mitsubishi tensei blue

3 Wood: :adams-small: Insight BUL Stiff

Hybrid:  :Sub70: 939x Hybrid UST 680 recoil shaft stiff

Irons: :Sub70: 699 irons  KBS tour 90 v Stiff 

52 Deg: :cleveland-small: 588 RTX 2.0

56 deg: :cleveland-small: Reg 588 tour action

60 Deg: :cleveland-small: 588 RTX 2.0

Putter: :odyssey-small: White Hot RX #7 putter

Rangefinder: :CaddyTek: Caddytek V2

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Spikeless:

Ecco

Puma

Footjoy

The Eccos were comfortable but somewhat lacking in grip.

Pumas(I have 2 pair) are the most comfortable and grip is good.

FJ Pro/SL very comfortable and grip is best.




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15 hours ago, cciciora13 said:


How is the longevity and durability of the shoe? Will I last a couple of seasons?


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I can't honestly speak too much on the longevity or durability. I got the spikeless midway through last season and am a bit of a shoe hoe so I've probably only worn them 10-15 rounds. I really only bought them to have a pair of shoes I could throw on at the house if I was going out for a quick round or range session after work. That being said, I've walked on a lot of asphalt and concrete with them on top of playing the rounds, and the soles don't seem to have worn at all. I would say they would last a season no problem, even if your playing 3 or 4 times a week. I've also never had any issue with the spiked versions in regards to durability so I don't see it being any different with the spikeless. 

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Titleist TS3 Hybrid 19 degree - Tour AD 105x

Taylormade P790 3 Iron - Dynamic Gold x100

Mizuno MP-20 4-PW - Dynamic Gold x100 (4-8) s400 (9-PW)

Callaway Jaws 50,56 degree - Dynamic Gold s400

Callaway PM grind 60 degree- Dynamic Gold s400

Scotty Cameron Newport 2 

Taylormade Spider-X 

Titleist AVX

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On 4/21/2020 at 11:32 AM, seeking70's said:

I have one pair of spikeless.  They're an older pair of Nike.  They are definitely lacking in traction compared to spikes, but I like them for range work and, if it's really dry out and I don't plan on needing tons of traction, they do the job.  My son prefers spikeless.  He has a couple of pairs of Footjoys and they work well for him.  I've tossed around the idea of trying the ProSL, but never pulled the trigger.

The thing I dislike about most spikeless is that they all look too much like a "tennis shoe" or running shoe and not like a golf shoe.  As a person who leans traditionalist, I like the "dressier" style of golf shoes.

What about golf shoes like the GFore gallivanter?


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Ping G410 3 wood 14.5  X flex Evenflow black 85G

Taylormade Gapr low 19 degree X flex KBS hybrid 80G

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Vokey SM6 46  +.5 length 1 degree upright Dynamic gold S 300

Vokey SM5 50, 54,  +.5 length 1 degree upright S flex kbs tour 120G

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On 6/18/2020 at 10:16 AM, Flip4000 said:

GFore gallivanter

Not bad.  Do you have them?  What's the traction like?


TaylorMade M5 9° w/ PX HZRDUS Smoke Black 60g, 6.5 @ 46"

Callaway Epic Flash SZ 3wd w/ Aldila Rogue MAX 85x @ 42.75"

Callaway Epic Flash SZ 5wd w/ PX HZRDUS Black 85g, 6.5 @ 42.25"

Srixon Z585 4-7, Z785 8-GW w/ TT AMT White X100 @ 38" (5i)

Vokey Jet Black 56/12 and 60/04 w/ Nippon Wedge 115

Odyssey SL Marxman w/ Superstroke Flatso 3.0 @ 33"

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