FootJoy Contour Casual & MyJoys

Posted by  Ed Travis   in  , ,      2 years ago     6216 Views     15 Comments  


Contour CasualAccording to Golf Datatech, FootJoy’s Contour Casual is the top selling spikeless golf shoe in green grass and off course shops, trailing only FJ’s cleated Contour Series in total overall golf shoe sales. Now FootJoy (a division of Acushnet Golf) is making the new Contour Casual available through its MyJoys custom shoe program. 

As part of MyJoys customers will be able to order Contour Casuals in 1.6 million possible combinations of the four areas that can be colorized. These include the base color, the swept-back saddle, underlays on either side of the saddle and a second accent around the toes, tongue, and heel. 

“These shoes are an ideal option for the golfer who enjoys the convenience of wearing the same shoes from the golf course to the grill room but still demands the premium materials, comfort, style and fit that FootJoy is known for,” said Mike Foley, Director of Marketing, Footwear. “With the addition to the MyJoys program, you now have the additional versatility to make them truly unique.” myjoys.logo_1139x435_300_RGB

In addition to popular colors, animal prints and patent leathers, custom logos can also be added on the heel of each shoe. Choose to support your favorite Major League Baseball or collegiate team with licensed logos, show your national pride with a flag, or pick from one of 98 novelty logos to give your shoes that special one-of-a-kind look.

The waterproof Contour Casuals have a suggested retail of $175 or with a Major League Baseball or collegiate licensed design, $185.

Ed Travis is a national award winning golf journalist and has had a lifelong love affair with the game. He has competed in tournament golf both as an amateur and as a senior professional and though his competitive days are behind him he still plays regularly and carries a handicap of 2. He and his wife live on a water hazard in suburban Orlando.

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