Hyperflex v. Pro SL Sport thoughts?

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By JHamrick

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  1. JHamrick

    Hurricane, WV

    I’m looking for a new pair of golf shoes that are more along the lines of the hyperflex or sports for when I walk. Flexible, light weight, etc. That’s usually in the morning still so still want something waterproof for the dew also

    I have the prior Tour Bs and love them, so curious if anyone can offer a comparison of these two? No where local to try them on unfortunately.

  2. Chuck Z

    Chuck Z
    Mt Pleasant, SC


    Here is the place to go to get any answers regarding FootJoy. There is a chat line on their site which has qualified specialists all your questions. Some of them are actual members of TT: www.footjoy.com

    But being knowledgable, I was address you inquiry.

    The new Fuel SPORT comes in a mesh shoe versus the synthetic leather on the regular Fuel shoe. You now have a choice. Same fit same warranty. Spikeless with a pattern similar to the ProSLs. One year warranty.

    The Hyperflex new colors and additions. I would recommend the Carbon. Better support. You can get either in the BOA if you are not into tying your shoes. Two year warranty.

    There is a third option. Superlite XP. Synthetic Leather, lightweight. Least expensive of the three. One year warranty.

    All three would fit the same and provide good support for a walker.

    What are the Tour Bs you are referring to?
  3. Chuck Z

    Chuck Z
    Mt Pleasant, SC

    I might add I have the ProSLs and love them. Guess it all boils down to, do you want a spikeless shoe or one with spikes.
  4. Dino S

    Dino S
    Dayton, OH

    I know I'm a little late to the party on this reply, but for what it's worth the Pro SL Carbon's are super lightweight and perfect for walking. I have two pairs and love them. I was used to the sneaker style shoe with another brand we do not talk about so I wanted something a little more traditional but just as comfortable. I don't think you could go wrong with the carbon models.

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