FootJoy Pro/SL & Boa Men's Golf Shoes Review
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The FootJoy Pro/SL and the Pro/SL Boa golf shoes retail for $159.99 and $189.99 (MSRP) respectively for the latter (limited edition by the way) and they're engineered to provide great feel and comfort, both on and off the course, but without sacrificing stability in the process. The superior feel of the FootJoy Pro/SL comes from the company's use of its proprietary Fine Tuned Foam material for supple cushioning, together with the perimeter-weighted outsole design, which enhances stability, and also adds to comfort. The difference between the regular Pro/SL shoe and the limited edition Boa version is the unique heel mounted fit solution available in the latter, which integrates the proprietary Boa dial into the heel, in order to provide a more stable fit. Other than that, they're virtually identical. Due to their strong performance and extreme comfort, the FootJoy Pro/SL have been adopted as the golf shoe of choice by many PGA Tour Pros, becoming the industry standard so to speak.

FootJoy is world renowned as the number one company in the golf-shoe industry, and has always created very comfy shoes; the same story goes for the Pro/SL and the Boa. These babies use Fine Tuned Foam, Laser Plus Fit and ChromoSkin leather, all being FootJoy's patented technologies, making for a supremely comfortable golf shoe, which is also stable, lightweight and supportive. FootJoy used a new spike system in the Pro/SL, which utilizes a wide range of smaller pins in the molded spiked sole, making the shoe to feel smoother, as it lacks large pressure points. The only downside of the FootJoy Pro/SL, if any, is their design, i.e. these golf shoes look more like a pair of bowling shoes, but that's subjective. In the performance department though, the Pro/SL really shine, hitting the sweet spot between a traditional spiked golf shoe and a spikeless one, making for the best of both worlds. The traction system on the Pro/SL provides awesome grip, as the spikes cover the entire sole, and if you count in their lightweight and supreme stability, you'll understand why these babies are used by Tour pros since they first hit the shelves back in 2016. Bottom line, it would be hard to find a better pair of golf shoes for the price FootJoy is now asking for the Pro/SL.