FJ DryJoys Casual revamped for 2015

Five new colourways will be available from January 2015

FootJoy DryJoys Casual
The five new FootJoy DryJoys Casual golf shoes for 2015
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FootJoy has updated its popular DryJoys Casual spikeless shoe with the introduction of five new colourways for 2015

FootJoy has updated its popular DryJoys Casual spikeless shoe with the introduction of five new colourways for 2015.

The shoe - which features a series of advanced technologies to provide both comfort and stability - will continue to maintain a traditional appearance, while new colour schemes broaden versatility and appeal.

The new DryJoys Casual golf shoe will be available in White/Navy, Black/White, White/Sky Blue, Medium Brown/Tan and White/Lime with an RRP of £130.

The upper is constructed from Pittards' Supersoft extreme comfort leather - a soft, breathable and waterproof material.

What's more, carefully positioned Fine-Tuned Foam has been used to create a perimeter-weighted outsole that provides excellent traction and cushioning.

The likes of Lee Westwood, Louis Oosthuizen and Portugal Masters winner Alexander Levy choose to wear DryJoys Casual for its comfort, stability and on- and off-course versatility.

"DryJoys Casual has been received warmly by some of the world's very best players, being put into play during major championships and the most prestigious events on the European and PGA Tours," said Russell Lawes, FootJoy's Marketing Manager.

"Such is the performance of the shoe that it offers tremendous stability - despite having a spikeless outside - and extreme comfort.

"With the addition of new colourways, which have been inspired by feedback from amateur golfers, the tour and next year's fashion trends, we at FootJoy are confident that DryJoys Casual will once again strike a chord with golfers of all ages and abilities."

FootJoy's new DryJoys Casual shoes will be available in January 2015.

Nick Bonfield
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