True Linkswear Men's Golf Shoes

True Linkswear Men’s Golf Shoes
Price: $39.99
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Most comfortable golf shoes I’ve ever worn. It feels like you’re playing in bare feet. Another plus is these shoes work well with orthotics. This is an outstanding price, do yourself a favor!

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Good reviews from GolfSmith

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I’m an Ecco Biom Hybrid guy myself, but these are a close second. Great price here, too. Might snag a pair just for the heck of it. So many color choices!

Why yes, yes they do.

They are also great as casual shoes for work.

Who cares if they make you feel bare footed? They look cool and have a great price… I’m in.

Positive reviews from My Golf Spy
And, which says you might want to buy one half size smaller than you would with other True Linkswear models:

Most reviewers say these are very nice, but not quite as good as their higher end Tour and Stealth shoes, which are waterproof rather than water resistant. But those other shoes are also more expensive.

The best price I’ve seen elsewhere is around $60. This looks like a good deal, but I can’t get over my fear of buying the wrong size. I usually wear 11.5 or 12, and I have Vibrams in a size 43 that feels a tiny bit too snug. Any suggestions to get over my concerns?

I hate to admit it , but I now own 5 pairs of these, made “famous” on the PGA Tour by Ryan Moore. I bought these last time he won in a special 2 for 1 sale by the manufacturers at this price. So I can say for sure that this is a great buy. They do run true to size but if you’re in doubt go for the 1/2 size larger.

There is no more comfortable walking shoe period and they’re as good on concrete as they are on grass.

TRUE Tour Black/White Golf Shoes
Size: 14

that’s what i paid almost a year ago for these from an online golf store. worth every penny. i played in vibrams once or twice and, while my game and comfort improved, they got a lot of stares. these look more traditional and are almost as comfortable as the vibrams. it’s a shame the only 3 colors available in my size 14 are rather ugly (in my opinion) or i would’ve picked up another pair for sure.

edit: also, not sure if it’s also the case for these, but when i bought the tour model they recommend not walking on concrete as it shortens the life of the sole (since it’s already thin to begin with) so i don’t know if i’d call it a “casual wear to work” shoe.

I have two pairs of these shoes (not this exact model, but they’re all similar) - I wear one golfing and one to the office…every single day.

Yeah, it may seem odd that my office shoes have little golf spikes, but man do I get good traction on the carpet.

Oh, and they’re incredibly comfortable.

I just ordered 2 more pair… at this price you won’t find them anywhere else that cheap. These are hands down the most comfortable shoes I’ve ever owned.

Your mind trick has convinced me to buy 2 more pairs. I now own 4 pairs of these…

And I also want to state that these are EXCELLENT for those with flat feet. Forget everything you’ve ever heard. You’ve been wearing the wrong shoes your entire life.

I’ll go ahead and be a bit of a downer:

Another important difference between these (PHX) and the Tour and Stealth models is the leather.
I have tried all three and bought the PHX (size 13, the funky/cool grey with blue soles.
The leather is thicker and coarser on my PHX than on the higher-end models. I didn’t think that’d be a problem, but it turned out to be one.

The fold between the top of my foot and the toes blisters me constantly on either edge. I don’t know how to describe it other than to say that particular part of the shoe -where two outer layers of leather overlap- just won’t “break in”. It’s hard and unforgiving whereas the rest of the shoe is nice and supple.

I would happily pay twice this price for the Tours -I think they’re great- but I’ll pass on another pair of the PHX because they are not the “like wearing slippers on the course” feel that the pricier models deliver on.

That said - I have zero problems with grip, and the colors and patterns on the PHX make for a shoe that is much less clown-like than the Tours. They’re sharp.

Any idea how these are for wide feet?

The grass is often wet here in Western Washington. Will water soak through when walking 18 holes? My old Bytes are truly waterproof.