FootJoy’s Stylish Stingray Golf Shoes

  • William Kissel

Since 2004, FootJoy has offered its MyJoys program, a custom service offering fashion-savvy golfers such as John Merrick, Jason Bohn, and Charley Hoffman, among others, more than 1.4 million ways to personalize their favorite pair of golf shoes—from selecting the skins and color combinations to the inclusion of country flags, collegiate logos, and monograms. Now, in honor of the first  Masters tournament at Augusta, the 155-year-old Fairhaven, Mass.-based golf shoe maker is launching a limited-edition line of customizable MyJoys golf shoes featuring the company’s exclusive printed green stingray leather. Limited to just 200 pairs worldwide and starting around $205, the shoes come in nine FootJoy models, and can be ordered with cleats or spikeless. (800.224.8501, www.footjoy.com)

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