Try the Most Comfortable Golf Shoes Ryan Moore Has Ever Worn For Yourself

“These are the lightest, most comfortable golf shoes I have ever worn.”  Ryan Moore

TRUE linkswear is a new brand of golf shoes now available at Haggin Oaks that focus on providing ultimate comfort for golfer’s feet.

What makes these shoes different from others on the market?  It starts with the sole which is exceptionally thin, yet still provides great traction.  The upper on this shoe is reminiscent of your favorite pair of slippers and feels so comfortable and light-weight, you’ll have a hard time believing your are wearing golf shoes.  TRUE linkswear golf shoes have removed the midsole and spikes which keep your foot closer to the ground.  These shoes are available in Black/Black, Black/White, White/Black and White/White and we are carrying all four in the Haggin Oaks Super Shop for $159.  Come in today or click HERE to order online at Morton Golf Sales.

Here is a summary of the features and benefits as touted on the TRUE linkswear website:

– A golf shoe so comfortable it feels like a slipper with traction
– The lightest golf shoe worn on the PGA Tour
– Removal of the midsole and spikes allows you to feel the course like never before
– The TRUE Barefoot Platform has a toe box that allows your toes to function individually
– The flexible outsole and cushioned footbed allow your feet to work naturally during the swing
– TPU “Ergo-Traction” tread maximizes surface contact and grip
– 360* Waterproofing (with one year guarantee) keeps your feet dry all day long
– Roll/Post Toe provides stability through the swing and in the follow through
– Memory Foam in the heel and a fitted sock liner create optimal comfort out of the box


– Full Grain Waterproof Leather Upper
– Temperature Control Lining in the shoe
– Memory Foam in the Heel Cup for custom fit
– Gusset to enhance 360* Waterproofing
– 2.5mm TPU “Ergo-Traction” Outsole with 4mm horizontal and lateral stability bars
– Standard “D” width in heel and mid-foot, but toe box is wider than a normal shoe


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