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FootJoy Goes HYPER...FLEX
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January 15, 2015
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First Look - FootJoy HYPERFLEX

When you ask many golfers their thoughts on golf shoe maker FootJoy, the word "traditional" often comes to mind. A couple years with ago with the M-Project Shoe, the company began to really break out of that mould.  Subsequent shoe releases have also shown a certain extra flair, but none come close to the new HYPERFLEX.

It takes shoe design to a whole new level for the top footwear company in the game.

The athletically styled HYPERFLEX are FAR from what you might expect from FootJoy but under the eye-popping surface marked by very functional grid pattern you have what promises to be a very comfortable shoe (we have a pair in house and will follow up with a review).

Early prototypes of the model were received all on tour and players like Hunter Mahan were quick to get them on their feet and to the competitive fairways.  That's never a bad sign.

“I’ve  been  a big fan of the HYPERFLEX ever since I put them on before the Ryder  Cup,” said PGA Tour winner Hunter Mahan. “The comfort I get when I’m on  the golf course all day combined with the stability as I swing…

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January 16, 2015
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Hmmm.    A little out-there style wise for me but I guess that's what they were going for.    I'll stick to my FJ Dryjoy Tours.

January 16, 2015
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4jag said
Hmmm.    A little out-there style wise for me but I guess that's what they were going for.    I'll stick to my FJ Dryjoy Tours.

No worries 4jag there are some more traditional models coming for 2015.  We'll share soon.

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February 3, 2015
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The green model maybe be a little out of the tradition Titleist/FJ model, but the white/blue model are quite slick. Have a paid of those on the way to my door already. Have to be willing to sacrifice visual appeal for comfort in the long run IMO!! 

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