|Dunlop Classic Saddle - Ultrahide:|
Much water has passed beneath the soles of Dunlop shoes since the original all-rubber, all-weatherproof were introduced in the 1960s. They may have kept your dry but, as Les Dawson was often heard to mutter 'by 'eck, they didn't 'arf draw yer feet!'.
Many Dunlop golf shoe generations later, these stylish shoes represent good value at a price that most of us can afford.
The main body of the shoe is in white, and the lacing and heal panels in black. It's a heavier shoe than most but it's a small price to pay for such good workmanship.
|Dunlop Classic Saddle - Ultrahide|
First impressions were a tight fit across the instep but it soon became flexible with wear. The jury is still out in the comfort factor, but in the recent wet weather they stood up well to the appalling conditions to which they were subjected. Grip was good, too.
At £50 a pair these Dunlops represent value for money. The man-made Ultrahide technology provides good waterproofing, and the classic saddle design is a definite plus. The comfort factor isn't as high as could be found in some of the top end shoes, but you get what you pay for, and we like them.
Links: No shoes, but have a look at the Dunlop website golf section.
Price £50 (US$75) GOLFmagic