“Fury” isn’t an emotion often associated with golf footwear. It’s normally a balky putter or scattershot irons that raise our ire—unless the shoes get our dogs barking or our feet moistened. Happily, once you lay eyes on FootJoy’s latest model, it’s clear that the name was chosen in the mold of that classic muscle car, the Plymouth Fury: Aggressive, high-octane, engine-revving stuff.
Consider the design elements of the FootJoy Fury to understand why a pair will redline your performance and style. ($190, footjoy.com)
The external framework provides greater structure in the upper, adding super-stable medial and lateral support.
Your feet will stay dry. The upper’s toe is vented for breathability but also features a protective coating.
Located beneath the insole board, this soft, stretchy, unibody piece generates a snug fit.
Two distinct foams—one to cushion, one to form beneath your foot—yield customized comfort.
Plenty of cushioning thanks to a foam-infused midsole, while the cleats and a layer of thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU) contribute to increased flexibility.
Lateral stability is enhanced thanks to a new outsole design and green-friendly Dynamic Low Profile Pulsar Cleats.