Equipment Review: Justin Golf leather shoes
Justin boots have been around since the late 1800s and they've released a strong golf shoe collection.
Justin boots have been around since the late 1800s and Justin has a history in golf footwear dating back to the early 1900s.
There's a legitimate passion there and you can tell by their well-crafted golf shoes.
I tried out the white leather version (see above) but they offer a variety of leathers and colors ranging from $400 to $800..
How do they work?
Pro golfer JJ Henry explained why he's stoked to wear these kicks on the tour.
"I am excited to welcome a time-honored brand with a history of making great footwear to the golf industry. The handcrafted Justin Golf shoe combines the best of comfort without compromising a classic look. I am proud to be associated with the long-standing tradition of the Justin brand."
Justin boasts its own unique blend in a golf shoe. One that I concur with.
Their shoes "offer the perfect blend of classic styling that honors golf traditions while incorporating comfort technology. Each pair is carefully handcrafted to address the stability, traction and comfort demands of today’s golfer."
Why do you need them?
Let's be straight for a second. The Justin Golf line of shoes is not for everyone. They're pricey but they're also incredibly classy (and comfortable). If you have the coin, they're terrific, but not everybody has the coin.
Still, in terms of a comfort-to-looks ratio, I would imagine you won't find anything in this shoe's class. They have the aesthetic of a quality high-end dress shoe but wear like a heavier version of what the big-time companies are going for in comfort.
A unique brand, for sure.
Wait they have golf boots, too?
How much are they?
Like I said earlier, they run at the high end at $400. You can purchase the ones above here.
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