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FootJoy and Garrett Leight Collaborate to Launch Golf Shoes and Eyewear

FootJoy may have outdone themselves with their recent collaboration with Garrett Leight California Optical (GLCO) to produce limited edition shoes and glasses.

FJ revisits his classic First Series Shoes with this limited edition version. Each shoe features custom turtle accents with a great stretch option for women. Garret Leight released a unique pair of sunglasses from GLCO’s spring summer 22′ collection.

The FJ and GLCO collaboration depicts a bright and sunny Southern California lifestyle. The shoe is available in a Packard and Tarlow option which are styles currently worn by some of the best players in the world.

FootJoy x GLCO Premiere Tour Series. (Foot Joy)

The Packard is lightweight and features hand-selected England Pittards of a soft full-grain waterproof leather upper with a turtle print saddle. FJ’s Ortholite FitBed has a molded heel cup and the VersaTrax+ outsole is designed for Tour-proven fit and performance.

The Tarlow, as seen on the feet of PGA Tour players such as Justin Thomas, Ian Poulter and Billy Horschel, is a hand-selected leather cap-toe design with calfskin detailing. All variations of the shoes will feature Softspikes’ Gold Pulsar cleats which provide non-slip grip and a great look as you complete your swing.

The sunglasses are inspired by Leight’s favorite golf legend, Chi Chi Rodriguez and are from the Elkgrove sun collection.

Photo by Garrett Leight

Photo by Garrett Leight. (Foot Joy)

Available from April 6 on footjoy.com and garrettlight.comthe men’s version will sell for $220 while the women’s shoe will sell for $200.

FootJoy x GLCO Shoes


Men’s Tarlow Golf Shoe – $220


Men’s Packard Golf Shoe – $220


Women’s Premiere Golf Shoe – $200

FootJoy x GLCO Glasses


GLCO x FootJoy Elkgrove Sunglasses – $365

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