FootJoy Fuel is the brand’s most athletic golf shoe for the modern golfer.

When you think of FootJoy, chances are you imagine the more traditional shoes the brand is most famous for. Although FJ has produced athletic golf shoes in the past, they have always been more synonymous with models such as the 2021 Premiere Series and Traditions shoes.

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But that all changed with the introduction of Fuel, the brand’s most athletic shoe. Golf has seen an influx of new and returning players over the past two years and with more and more young people getting into the game, FJ has smartly decided to target this new modern market with this bold model. .

The four FootJoy Fuel models for men.

Fuel stands out from the rest of FootJoy’s extensive range, with its dynamic design, clean styling and vibrant colors. Available in men’s, women’s and junior models, Fuel’s outsole is inspired by the superb Pro SL, as the brand seeks to deliver Tour-proven performance in its most modern design.

It offers improved grip, increased traction and superb stability, while proving totally suitable for wearing off the course.

The synthetic upper is waterproof and designed to be easy to clean, making it an ideal shoe for UK golfers.

The three FootJoy Fuel female models.

The Fuel has a Stratolite EVA midsole, which provides lateral support, and a stability bridge in the center of the sole for extra support throughout the swing.

Although the shoe targets new golfers, you can still expect to see it on the world’s biggest tours with FJ Ambassadors Will Zalatoris and Max Homa among the players wearing them, and we can’t blame them. It’s clear to us that FootJoy’s golf shoe rivals are going to have to produce some better looking models than Fuel in 2022.

Max Homa will be wearing FootJoy Fuel golf shoes.

There are eight models available in all – four men’s, three women’s and one junior. We’re big fans of the men’s white/black/orange colourway, but if they’re a bit too bold for your taste, there are also white/grey/blue, navy/white/red and white/grey options ( BOA).

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The Women’s Fuel comes in a stunning Grey/Yellow/Pink, as well as White/Pink (laced) and White/Pink (BOA) options. The junior version is available in white/black/lime.

Fuel prices are £134.99 (men’s laced), £159.99 (men’s BOA), £124.99 (women’s laced), £149.99 (women’s BOA) and £64.99 (laced junior).

The Junior FootJoy Fuel shoes.

What FootJoy Says About the Fuel Golf Shoe

Guy Smith, FJ Footwear Product Manager: “Fuel embodies the FJ brand taking a step forward in providing technical and innovative footwear.

“There is no doubt that the shoe takes the athletic offering to a new level, where we have been able to leverage our expertise in golf-focused performance from our market-leading lineup and bring these technologies to the category to amplify what was previously possible – nothing more than the Pro SL-inspired outsole.

“Feedback from tour players has been overwhelmingly positive, with many surprised at how light the shoe is.

The FootJoy Fuel shoes for women.

“Whether it’s a shoe for use in tournaments, practice rounds, or even commuting to and from the course, it has the style, comfort, and versatility that many of the best players in the game are looking for. world.

“It’s an incredible shoe and being able to diversify the offer between men, women and juniors is extremely exciting.

“We look forward to seeing a range of golfers tee off in the all-new Fuel this year.”

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FootJoy Fuel golf shoes.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Rob Jerram is the digital editor of Today's Golfer.

Rob Jerram is the digital editor of todaygolfer.co.uk
He has been a journalist for over 20 years, beginning his career at Johnston Press where he covered local and regional news and sport in a variety of editorial roles for ten years.
Rob joined Bauer Media in 2010 and worked as Production Editor of Today’s golfer and world of golf magazines for ten years before stepping into the role of digital editor in July 2020.
He has been golfing for nearly three decades and has been a member of Greetham Valley Golf Club in Rutland for eight years, playing 12.

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