October 14, 2021
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There is no substitute for tradition, but tradition should also be broken occasionally. The Footjoy Hyperflex golf shoe comes in this light. The Hyperflex is a really unique golf shoe – especially for a brand like Footjoy – that I usually associate with their premiere range, and the more “traditional looking” shoes we see on tour week after week. But this shoe combines all the things we love about them – great traction, dependable comfort, stability and support, style – with a more athletic looking shoe with a sock-like feel.
They’re made from a proprietary, lightweight performance mesh that offers breathability but maintains structure for support throughout your swing, yet comes with a two-year waterproof guarantee. The foam padding – also proprietary and what you’d expect from the brand – is specifically designed to absorb shocks while walking on the course. This helps ensure a comfortable fit and prevents your feet from feeling tired during the lap.
The shoes are available in different versions. You can opt for the regular Hyperflex which comes in gray, blue and black and has traditional laces. They also make a boa version for men and women, which come in gray and black, respectively. We’ll link each option below so you can shop right from that item.
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This version of the Hyperflex has a traditional lacing system.
Men’s Hyperflex Boa
The Boa lacing system connects from the side to the back of the heel, giving the top of the shoe a unique, lace-free look.
Women’s Hyperflex Boa
These are basically the same shoes we linked above, but the gray version doesn’t have the contrasting red detail.