New in 2021, FootJoy introduced the HyperFlex golf shoe and it caused quite a stir in the Golf Monthly team.
It quickly became our best golf shoe guide because when we tested the BOA version, it did very well.
The wrapid attachment system immediately gave an even feeling of pressure across the foot – and it was surprisingly comfortable.
Your feet and shoe will feel like a unit, completely connected with no unwanted movement inside, which will certainly help you use the ground more effectively during your swing.
The shoes felt soft and supportive underfoot and thanks to the seven strategically placed studs there was more than enough grip.
After all, the looks are very modern and almost trainer-like, which we are definitely a fan of.
At first glance, the HyperFlex looks primarily like a summer shoe with its two-tone mesh upper and unconventional style. Not only are they light and breathable, they are also completely waterproof and offer protection in all conditions.
You can also get the HyperFlex in a laced version as you can see below and is available at a slightly lower price because of the removal of the BOA system.
Which model you choose depends on your personal preferences, which is why we have put together offers for both models below …
(Image credit: Footjoy)
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