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#31 somaplr

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Posted 26 February 2013 - 09:38 AM

View Postnova6868, on 26 February 2013 - 09:26 AM, said:

Thanks for all the feedback. I was really excited to see FJ with a "minimal" shoe. Now I can't wait to try these.

Spiked or spikeless, that is the question. Or both?

Mine come in today.  I ordered the white spiked version. Im probably getting the black spikeless as well.  LOVE the fact I could order them in narrow.  I'll post pics later of the fit.


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Posted 26 February 2013 - 11:21 AM

A half size smaller seems to be the fit for me.  Anyone else found this to be true?
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Posted 26 February 2013 - 11:40 AM

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A half size smaller seems to be the fit for me.  Anyone else found this to be true?

I went down to an 11 medium from 13 in other brands and a 12 wide in other footjoys.
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Posted 26 February 2013 - 11:59 AM

Are they really sized larger, or are you guys just expecting the "traditional" fit in the toe area?

They are designed with a large toe box, so your toes have room to "splay out" when walking and taking a stance.

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Posted 26 February 2013 - 12:01 PM

View Postnova6868, on 26 February 2013 - 11:59 AM, said:

Are they really sized larger, or are you guys just expecting the "traditional" fit in the toe area?

They are designed with a large toe box, so your toes have room to "splay out" when walking and taking a stance.

Maybe I needed to tie them tighter or something but they did seem a little big overall in a 10.  I went to a 9.5 and they fit better.

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Posted 26 February 2013 - 02:25 PM

I'd like to hear about breathability between the mesh vs the leather.

Currently I wear a pair of Adidas Adicross 2, and while extrememly comfortable, my feet sweat like crazy in them. And its February....
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Posted 27 February 2013 - 07:06 PM

Got mine today. I love FootJoy's for the simple reason they are correctly sized. Order the size the shoe store says I should be and they are perfect. Almost every other shoe brand it is a guessing game as to what size to try. What is interesting I've a pair of Church's dress shoes and they fit the same way. And I updated Windows and am having nothing but trouble on the board with font and paragraph's. Sorry folks for what appears to be bold type.

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Posted 28 February 2013 - 06:17 AM

Too many good reviews. The Boa version is on the to buy list.
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Posted 28 February 2013 - 11:21 PM

How would these go for 'everyday' shoes, off the golf course. How is the grip on non grass surfaces?

Reason I ask is because I currently use a pair of Trues for my everyday casual shoes (supermarket, department store shopping etc) but I'm looking for something a lot lighter such as the Project M's.

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Posted 28 February 2013 - 11:39 PM

They do run big.  I ordered a 13 Narrow and they are about a half size too big. I might have to exchange them since they don't make 12.5's.  Not happy!

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Posted 28 February 2013 - 11:59 PM

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They do run big.  I ordered a 13 Narrow and they are about a half size too big. I might have to exchange them since they don't make 12.5's.  Not happy!
So they're not perfect. LOL  j/k

I'll stick with what I got.  Footjoy has definately changed from when I last wore them.

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Posted 01 March 2013 - 08:01 AM

Blasphemy to say these are more comfortable than True Linkswear.  He's a witch, burn him!

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Posted 01 March 2013 - 09:24 AM

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View Postsomaplr, on 28 February 2013 - 11:39 PM, said:

They do run big.  I ordered a 13 Narrow and they are about a half size too big. I might have to exchange them since they don't make 12.5's.  Not happy!
So they're not perfect. LOL  j/k

I'll stick with what I got.  Footjoy has definately changed from when I last wore them.

Footjoy is pushing the envelope to keep up with new golf spike comfort technology.  Don't get me wrong, I still break out the leahter bottom Footjoy Classics every once in awhile...but if you don't try some of their new stuff you are missing out on major comfort enhancements.

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Posted 01 March 2013 - 10:35 AM

Everyone's changing their shoe technology, True Linkswear were the first to introduce the wider box toe and the first with the lightest shoe now every big Named OEM has followed suit. All I ever wore at one time were FJ Classics, then Adidas came along and they just felt better were about 8 pounds (joke..but  1lbs. less)  lighter and when you walk 18/27/36 a day it makes a big difference. I was an adidas sneaker kid since the early 70's with ROM's and always wondered why they didn't make golf shoes for america when i seen Bernhard Langer wearing the classic 3 stripes I went to our local Golf shop in 80's and finally were able to order adidas. Now everyone and their uncle makes golf spikes/shoes. But the credit to the new innovation has to go to Ecco (premiers) and True Linskswear. Ecco brought comfort first and True Linkswear brought the bigger toe box and much much less weight. Now they all have to follow or be left in the dust with sales. Why do you think FJ stopped making the Classics? No one was buying them except the older traditional golfer, but even they can see that comfort and function rule in todays market! Not too long ago you were forced to buy nothing but heavy dress golf shoes. Now they make lightweight supple high quality leather comfortable shoes. It's just up to you to find the one you like best. It's great we have so many options now!
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Posted 01 March 2013 - 11:22 AM

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Everyone's changing their shoe technology, True Linkswear were the first to introduce the wider box toe and the first with the lightest shoe now every big Named OEM has followed suit. All I ever wore at one time were FJ Classics, then Adidas came along and they just felt better were about 8 pounds (joke..but  1lbs. less)  lighter and when you walk 18/27/36 a day it makes a big difference. I was an adidas sneaker kid since the early 70's with ROM's and always wondered why they didn't make golf shoes for america when i seen Bernhard Langer wearing the classic 3 stripes I went to our local Golf shop in 80's and finally were able to order adidas. Now everyone and their uncle makes golf spikes/shoes. But the credit to the new innovation has to go to Ecco (premiers) and True Linskswear. Ecco brought comfort first and True Linkswear brought the bigger toe box and much much less weight. Now they all have to follow or be left in the dust with sales. Why do you think FJ stopped making the Classics? No one was buying them except the older traditional golfer, but even they can see that comfort and function rule in todays market! Not too long ago you were forced to buy nothing but heavy dress golf shoes. Now they make lightweight supple high quality leather comfortable shoes. It's just up to you to find the one you like best. It's great we have so many options now!


Sorry, but Bite Golf introduced the wider box toe long before True.

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Posted 01 March 2013 - 11:56 AM

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Everyone's changing their shoe technology, True Linkswear were the first to introduce the wider box toe and the first with the lightest shoe now every big Named OEM has followed suit. All I ever wore at one time were FJ Classics, then Adidas came along and they just felt better were about 8 pounds (joke..but  1lbs. less)  lighter and when you walk 18/27/36 a day it makes a big difference. I was an adidas sneaker kid since the early 70's with ROM's and always wondered why they didn't make golf shoes for america when i seen Bernhard Langer wearing the classic 3 stripes I went to our local Golf shop in 80's and finally were able to order adidas. Now everyone and their uncle makes golf spikes/shoes. But the credit to the new innovation has to go to Ecco (premiers) and True Linskswear. Ecco brought comfort first and True Linkswear brought the bigger toe box and much much less weight. Now they all have to follow or be left in the dust with sales. Why do you think FJ stopped making the Classics? No one was buying them except the older traditional golfer, but even they can see that comfort and function rule in todays market! Not too long ago you were forced to buy nothing but heavy dress golf shoes. Now they make lightweight supple high quality leather comfortable shoes. It's just up to you to find the one you like best. It's great we have so many options now!

TL was not the first to offer the wider toe box or design around the way a foot naturally works. Bite did it 10+ years ago. Unfortunately their shoes were quite heavy. Eventually Bite was bought by Crocs and went down the tubes.
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Posted 03 March 2013 - 12:15 PM

golfdiscount.com has so far the best price for the boa version at $129.99.

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Posted 03 March 2013 - 05:21 PM

These are so comfortable it's rediculous. Just trying to decide white or black
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Posted 03 March 2013 - 08:06 PM

I tried both the Ecco Biom Zeros and the Footjoy M Projects, ended up with a black and white pair of the M Projects. I liked the look of the Zeros better, but the M Projects fit better and had spikes. With the Zeros there was a spot just inside the ball of my foot where it felt like there was a silver dollar sized piece of foam down there or something, felt uncomfortable. I took out the insole and couldn't figure out why in the hell it felt like that.

Size wise, they only offer full sizes in the Zeros so I tried the 11s which were too big, then I tried the 10s and they felt ok size-wise. The M Projects ran very true to size, and I ended up trying the 10s and 10-1/2s, the 10-1/2s won out. I measure about 10-1/4 D width on the Brannock device, but normally wear wide in just about everything and I can't wear Nike's because they run too narrow (Asics 11 fit me perfect).

The styling of the M Projects wasn't as bad as I thought once I saw them in person, but I still think the Zeros look a little better. Another plus about the M Projects is that they're just $130/pair, surprisingly low for a pair of FootJoys.
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Posted 03 March 2013 - 09:34 PM

Ill have to go back and compare sizes. I went down a half size but they feel tight in the toe area width wise. The 11.5 that I normally wear just seems big.


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Posted 04 March 2013 - 01:28 PM

Finally got to try these on in person and I did like them very much. Only got to try on the spiked all black ones which I like the looks the best. The spikeless didnt have my size. No doubt these run bigger. I am a 13.5 and the 12s were the ones that fit correctly. 13s were big on me. My only conern was the heal. I kept feeling something hard in the heal. Wasn't sure if it was just that shoe or not. I checked to see if there was anything in it as well. The shoe feels just like my one pair of sketchers dress shoes that I wear at work. Very comfy.

I did however try on the Adizero Sport & 6spike as I was waiting for my wedges to get regripped. I must say, I fell in love with them as well. The M Projects I do like but wont look good with shorts imo. I shall buy the sports & the mproject most likely.
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Posted 04 March 2013 - 02:42 PM

View PostStylez, on 04 March 2013 - 01:28 PM, said:

Finally got to try these on in person and I did like them very much. Only got to try on the spiked all black ones which I like the looks the best. The spikeless didnt have my size. No doubt these run bigger. I am a 13.5 and the 12s were the ones that fit correctly. 13s were big on me. My only conern was the heal. I kept feeling something hard in the heal. Wasn't sure if it was just that shoe or not. I checked to see if there was anything in it as well. The shoe feels just like my one pair of sketchers dress shoes that I wear at work. Very comfy. I did however try on the Adizero Sport & 6spike as I was waiting for my wedges to get regripped. I must say, I fell in love with them as well. The M Projects I do like but wont look good with shorts imo. I shall buy the sports & the mproject most likely.

I wear a 13 and settled on the 12s as well.  Seems to be pretty consistent in their sizing to be a bit off.

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Posted 04 March 2013 - 03:11 PM

- These felt the best out of 2 different Adidas shoes, new lunar controls, and the tw 13's.  

- I went down a full size from normal shoe size to an 11.  For comparison I needed a 12.5 in the TWs which they don't make.  

- The mesh versions felt completely different, the inside liner feels funny when your walking around.  

- The boa system is way too big on the back of the heel, looks retarded.

- The two best colorways are only mesh spikeless, the white with lime/grey accents and the white/grey pair.  I much preferred the spike version.  

- They look like sprinters shoes or those cycling cleats that you snap in, the black version much more than any of the other colors.

I ended up with an 11 in the white/black colorway.  I went in with plans to also buy the tw 13's but they felt so terrible IMO.  I talked to my buddy who loves them and he says I need to try them on the course, we'll see.  The M Projects should be a great alternative to the stiffer and more traditional Icons that I normally wear.  Any questions, ask away.  Should have them on the course for the first time this weekend.
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Posted 05 March 2013 - 09:02 AM

Check this out.  It looks like Hunter Mahan tried these last summer in July!

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Posted 05 March 2013 - 12:44 PM

Any of you try the FJ Streets? Just curious.

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Posted 05 March 2013 - 10:52 PM

We need to have a M project size chart. Aka, what size you wear in M project vs other shoes.
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Posted 05 March 2013 - 11:45 PM

Sometimes I read posts on the internet about shoe sizes and there are so many people out there incredibly picky about shoe size.  I wear size 12 in every single manufacturer with absolutely zero problems.  These shoes are meant to have a wider toe box and they might fit a hair bigger in that area but it never changed the size I wear.  They fit a little different than some of FJ's other styles but I like them, very comfortable but not loose or too big with the same size I wear in every other vendor.  I've been wearing the same size shoe since I've been 16 and absolutely never have any issues with discomfort or foot problems that it surprises me that so many other people have varying sizes for comfort.

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Posted 06 March 2013 - 12:49 AM

Had to go to Columbia SC but got a pair with spikes. These shoes are no joke. Never have I had so much comfort and power all in one shoe.

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Posted 06 March 2013 - 10:04 AM

View PostJ.W., on 05 March 2013 - 11:45 PM, said:

Sometimes I read posts on the internet about shoe sizes and there are so many people out there incredibly picky about shoe size.  I wear size 12 in every single manufacturer with absolutely zero problems.  These shoes are meant to have a wider toe box and they might fit a hair bigger in that area but it never changed the size I wear.  They fit a little different than some of FJ's other styles but I like them, very comfortable but not loose or too big with the same size I wear in every other vendor.  I've been wearing the same size shoe since I've been 16 and absolutely never have any issues with discomfort or foot problems that it surprises me that so many other people have varying sizes for comfort.

I would have agreed before this weekend.  The M projects run bigger than any other shoe I tried on, I wear a 12 every day in dress and tennis shoes as well as Icons and needed an 11.  The TW's run really small, 12.5 or 13, they had neither so I can't say for sure.
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Posted 06 March 2013 - 10:20 AM

Project M white/black spiked - 12N

I haven't worn a size 12 in 20 years...here are my other golf shoes and sizes


TW13 - 13
Allen Edmonds - 13a
Footjoy Contour - 13 N
Footjoy Icon - 13N
FJ Sport - 13 N
Footjoy Dryjoy Tour - 13N
Nike Lunar Control - 13
Adidas 360 - 13


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