An excellent waterproof, spiked shoe offering from Skechers. While the styling falls a bit flat, that can be quickly forgotten considering how comfortable and practical these shoes can be all year round.
Lightweight, fully waterproof and provides ample grip in all conditions.
Styling on the more conservative side.
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In this Skechers Pro 4 Legacy Golf Shoe review, we take them out on course to test the grip, waterproofness and overall comfort.
Skechers Pro 4 Legacy Golf Shoe Review
If you regularly play in wet conditions and want a spiked waterproof leather golf shoe, then the Skechers Pro 4 Legacy is a fantastic option for golfers who prioritise comfort and is one of the best Skechers golf shoes in its current line.
Designed to be fully waterproof, it is also very comfortable thanks to the Resamax cushioned insole and light Ultra Go cushioning.
Skechers is renowned for its comfort and the Pro 4 Legacy shoes don't disappoint on this front.
Straight out of the box these are a very comfy pair of shoes and took us very little time to break in out on the course.
Like the Skechers Torque Pro golf shoe, it has a leather and synthetic upper with waterproof membrane protection plus extra traction from the eight Softspikes in the moulded dynamic diamond sole.
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These spikes are easily replaceable too, making the lifespan of this shoe a lot longer when the spikes inevitably fall or wear out after a few years of solid use.
The shoes come with a one year waterproof guarantee but, as with all waterproof Skechers shoes we've tested, we expect that these well constructed shoes will have a long lifespan if well looked after.
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The leather upper means they're easy to wipe clean after a round of golf, and the black pair we tried barely showed up any marks after a handful of rounds.
They're true to size too, and when we tested these out in our normal size 8, the fit was as we'd expect.
While the styling is a little conservative for our liking, it comes three colour options (black, grey or white) so you can find a pair to suit your preference.
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Dan is a Staff Writer and has been with the Golf Monthly team since 2021. Dan graduated with a Masters degree in International Journalism from the University of Sussex and primarily looks after equipment reviews and buyer's guides, specializing in golf shoe and golf cart reviews. Dan has now tested and reviewed over 30 pairs of golf shoes since he joined Golf Monthly and is an expert in the field. A left-handed golfer, his handicap index is currently 7.8 and he plays at Fulford Heath Golf Club in the West Midlands.
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