FootJoy Junior Golf Shoes
FootJoy junior golf shoes
For the budding Rory McIlroy or Inbee Park, a quality pair of golf shoes is essential in the development of their game.
Kids can take to the course in a pair of ordinary trainers when they start out on their golfing education but once they get the bug, a specially designed junior pair of golf shoes will ensure comfort and safety on the fairways and become an essential piece of equipment.
What should you look for when selecting a junior golf shoe?
Essentially the same things that you would look for in adult golf shoes. Look for lightweight shoes with good traction, comfort, offer excellent support and which are waterproof or at least water-resistant. And of course, they should be easy to clean!
FootJoy is the world’s premier brand of golf shoes and offers junior versions of their bestselling adult footwear.
FootJoy has been manufacturing golf shoes for over 150 years and is part of the same company which owns Titleist, a champion of junior golf.
Best junior golf shoes for those emulating their pro heroes:
FootJoy Junior Pro SL golf shoes are one of the bestsellers in the game, offering all of the comfort, stability and durability of the grownup pro-tour favourites.
The Pro SL models are lightweight, flexible, provide great support and are easy to clean with a soft leather upper. Pro-level styling will appeal to junior golfers aiming to follow in the footsteps of their tour idols.
Another junior version of an adult favourite, FootJoy Fury Junior golf shoes offer trendy styling and promise a “surround sound of comfort”.
The keen kid golfer is likely to spend hours practising their skills so a comfortable and durable pair of shoes is an essential part of their kit. The FootJoy Fury is reputed to be the most comfortable out there with no breaking in period.
The FootJoy Fury Junior has easy care synthetic uppers and has a lightweight feel with a DuraMax Rubber outsole for grip and durability. And they look straight fire (helpful definition included for parents everywhere).