Fairhaven, United States: FootJoy has unveiled the new VersaLuxe footwear category, the embodiment of versatility and loaded with high-end luxurious materials and details.
VersaLuxe shoes were designed to provide luxurious comfort on and off the golf course by utilising golf’s finest leathers, stunning details and a fashionable yet versatile spikeless outsole.
From the rich, super-soft premium SuppleLuxe leather by Pittards of England and fine-grade stitching to the cork covered fit-bed and suede inner heel pocket, every detail has been meticulously considered in order to deliver a shoe that is the pinnacle of style, comfort and craftsmanship.
“For this assignment, our design team was challenged with creating a shoe that featured the ‘best-of-the-best’ so a player could experience luxurious looks and feel on and off the golf course,” said Doug Robinson, FJ Vice President of Design and Development Worldwide.
“Our inspiration here was that timeless, super soft, supple leather chair that fits you perfectly after years of wear. These shoes were created with a similar commitment to exquisite materials, superb craftsmanship and the highest quality.
“We want this shoe to be something you look forward to wearing for years as it moulds to your foot over time and becomes more comfortable with every wear.”
VersaLuxe shoes will be available from April in off white, antique grey, brown and black.
FootJoy is part of the Acushnet company, a Full Business Member of the Asian Golf Industry Federation.
Features and Benefits
Premium super soft SuppleLuxe waterproof leather by Pittards of England
Suede inner-heel pocket, no slip comfort fit
Full leather linings for mould-to-feet custom fit
Genuine cork-covered soft, ultra-comfortable fit-bed
Versatile spikeless outsole
New Lane last features a rounded toe character, full fit across the forefoot allows toes to spread and grip
Contrasting and Tonal lace options included
One year waterproof warranty
Singapore: Sentosa Golf Club has marked its award as the ‘World’s Best Eco-Friendly Golf Facility’ by premiering a new environmental documentary film to raise awareness of the importance of climate change in golf.