FootJoy launches City shoes

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FootJoy has announced a brand new footwear category that has been inspired by the style of those who live in the city.


Fashion meets function and performance in the new line of FootJoy City shoes and the full range of trendy designs really catch the eye. The premium leather upper gives a soft and supple feel, while also enhancing a player’s style without jeopardising performance and function. The DuraMax rubber outsole gives comfortable and flexible feel, as well as offering stability and traction underfoot.

“The new FootJoy City line gives fashion-conscious players seeking the latest in footwear trends an alternative shoe option that not only delivers the performance features to play well, but stylish designs to look their best on the course and in the clubhouse,” said Doug Robinson, FootJoy’s vice president of design and development worldwide.

“FootJoy City was inspired by modern trends and is a sophisticated balance between performance and style. Each design element, material and colour combination was carefully selected in order to deliver a polished, well-crafted shoe.”

FootJoy City price and availability


You can get your very own pair of these stylish shoes from retailers in May at an RRP of £120. It is also available in a wide range of sizes and colours including: Black/Mocha, Off White/Black, Tobacco/Yellow, Tan Crimson and White/Blue. For more information on this style and all of the others offered by FootJoy, head over to footjoy.co.uk

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