The FootJoy Summer Series ladies' golf shoes are lightweight, durable shoes that can be played in warm weather but still protect your feet from less-than-ideal ground conditions. The FootJoy Summer Series women's golf shoe features a full grain leather upper that has a one-year waterproof warranty but is still breathable for all-day comfort. The textile lining provides the same quality breathability for the inside of the shoe.
The Summer Series also features extra-thick EVA (ethyl vinyl acetate) Fit-Bed with a Dri-Lex cover for moisture-resistant cushioning. Slip Last construction for the insole allows for high flexibility, and with a Contour Last engineering better conforms to the natural shape of the foot.
FootJoy uses Softspikes Pulsar cleats on the Summer Series. These cleats each use an eight-leg webbed design for superior traction that doesn't damage the green. This gives you greater stability on the course, which balances your stance to promote more accurate shots and more consistent swings.
The FootJoy Summer Series golf shoes also make a stylish addition to any golf apparel. When the weather calls for a shoe more durable than a sandal yet lighter than a regular golf shoe, the FootJoy Summer Series has exactly what you need.
- Supple Full Grain Uppers
- One-year limited waterproof warranty
- Slip-last construction
- EVA Fit-Bed with Dri-Lex cover
- DuraMax rubber outsole
- Pulsar cleats by Softspikes
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