FootJoy Flex XP Camo Review
The FootJoy Flex of last year was a stylish option of the FootJoy range and came at an affordable price. But one of the downfalls of the Flex was the lack of water-proof protection and therefore the XP was created. Are the FootJoy Flex XP golf shoes waterproof? Yes, they are.
A stylish and versatile shoe that comes in 5 different colorways including the brand new Camo edition. There is definitely a color to match every outfit on the course.
FootJoy has altered the look and feel of the upper and now has a more textured, ribbed effect which really sets it apart from the rest of the market. The Versa-Trax outsole, as seen on the original Flex shoe, is engineered with multiple traction zones designed to maximize traction during your swing.
The FootJoy Flex has a Laser Sports Fit, with a full rounded toe character, a standard fit across the forefoot and instep, and a slightly narrow heel. This will particularly catch the eye of the younger golfer more accustomed to wearing athletic sports trainers as opposed to the classic brogue style shoe.
The XP is a soft, lightweight trainer perfect for the summer months with the capabilities of repelling the morning dew. Many other FootJoy spikeless shoes, such as the Pro SL, will provide better support and grip. However, they are much heavier shoes and can inflict fatigue throughout the round.
If you're in the market for a pair of spikeless golf shoes, FootJoy Flex XP is a perfect choice, ideal for fitting a quick game of golf into your busy schedule, and with the addition of waterproofing, they cover all the bases.