FootJoy debuts new compression sock

2014 08 Fj Tour Compression Sport Sock

In the design of its latest offering, FootJoy placed an emphasis on areas of the foot considered instrumental during the golf swing for stability and general course mobility. The end result is the all-new FootJoy Tour Compression Sock.


The targeted points which the brand identified feature state-of-the-art fabric and advanced design characteristics attempting to make sure golfers are fully equipped to play well from the first shot to the last.

World No.2 Adam Scot and six-time Ryder Cup winner Lee Westwood already wear the sock on tour and Jessica Hakeem, marketing manager, FootJoy Socks and Accessories, is proud of its fresh design.
"Our most dynamic sock launches to date." - Jessica Hakeem

“The Tour Compression Sock is innovation at its finest,” said Hakeem. “The combination of cutting-edge fabrics and FootJoy’s industry revered expertise has resulted in one of our most dynamic sock launches to date.

“Confidence in the FootJoy brand runs deep with both retail partners and consumers. Whether it’s our shoe, glove, apparel or sock lines, we are dedicated to delivering the finest products, founded on a commitment to the game and a deep understanding of our consumers requirements.”

FootJoy Tour Compression Sock features


FJ Tour Compression High-Crew Sock

Targeted Compression: a support mechanism comprising of added arch support placed in key stress areas, assisting circulation, aiding in reducing foot swelling and foot fatigue.

Contoured fit: focuses support around the ankle, adding stability to the leg and foot.

Anatomically shaped foot-bed: provides enhanced fit and support in high impact areas to stabilise the swing.

ComfortSeam toe enclosure: ensures a smooth comfortable fit.

Breathable mesh construction: boosts ventilation and air circulation.

The Tour Compression sock is available in Hi-Crew and Sport models, with an RRP of £13 and £12, respectively. For more information, visit www.footjoy.co.uk

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