Sandbaggers Golf Shoes For Women

Payson White Leather Honey Contour Fit, Wide or Medium

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Sandbaggers Golf Shoes For Women Whether you're walking 18 holes, riding in a cart, or enjoying a cool beverage at the 19th hole, you won't break any clubhouse dress codes if you do it in the Payson shoe from Sandbaggers. The shoe features a modern styling flair and has been built with some serious thought to practicality and comfort.

Made with full-grain leather uppers, it's been built with Sandbaggers' newly-developed Contour Fit. The idea is that a slightly narrower heel (with an amply padded ankle collar) should provide a soft, yet snug, fit right out of the box. The asymmetric toe-box has also been updated for a roomier fit. The designers at Sandbaggers also thought to add built-in orthotics for less fatigue along with a steel shank for extra torsion control and comfort. The lining is moisture-wicking micro-fiber which should provide extra comfort on hot, sweaty days.

Available in Medium and Wide width options, sizes range from 5-11. The shoe is generously sized in both length and width. If, like most wearers of this shoe, you'll opt to go "sans socks," it is recommended to order a one-half size smaller than your normal shoe size. The ‘Honey' color -- shown here -- is neutral enough to coordinate with many outfits, making it a decent choice if you're only going to own one pair of golf shoes.

The outsole features a dual-density flex-grip material with built-in spikes (similar to a soft-spike) that is suitable for a variety of course conditions.

There is a lot to like about these shoes, though some may find the design lacking. If that's the case for you, but you are intrigued by the feature set, you might want to check out Sandbaggers other models such as the Fiona and Anna.

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