Code: 20435/2G16-Med / 2L1-Wide.
FootJoy DNA Helix Golf Shoes: FootJoy present their latest innovation in golf footwear technology the DNA Helix, a stable and comfortable shoe with tour-inspired input. Top Tour Professionals were consulted to fashion this new generation of a shoe and the results are astounding. Using data and information gathered the FootJoy design team were able to build on the success of the 2.0 and extend and widen the heel area to produce a solid foundation with less roll. TPU used in the midsole has been reduced to provide a lighter more flexible shoe without compromising on comfort.
The DNA Helix benefits from the addition of a Tour Spec Stretch Tongue and 3D Foam collar; these ensure that the foot remains stable and comfortable during play. FootJoys Premium quality Chromoskin leather adds durability and ensures that your feet are kept 100% dry, Chromoskin leather was developed by Pittards a British company with a wealth of experience in leather work, Footjoy offer a limited waterproof warranty for a period of 12 months.
The new NitroThin TPU outsoles reduce weight and Pulsar soft spikes combined with a Fast twist ll cleat system improves traction and stability on all terrains. The Athletic design of the DNA Helix promotes a stylish look that covers an undercarriage that was designed to enhance and improve cushioning and comfort, don’t let the fashionable look fool you, these shoes are remarkable for comfort and performance.
The DNA Helix is available in two colour options, Black or White/Red/Blue and sizes and widths vary to suit individual requirements. The DNA Helix is a truly remarkable shoe that enhances the FootJoy range and proves why they are the #1 footwear providers in golf.
- Two Colour Options.
- 100% Waterproof.
- Pittards Chromoskin Leather.
- 1 Year Limited Waterproof Warranty.
- Various Size & Width Options.
SIZE CONVERSION CHART
WIDTH CONVERSION CHART
|COMMON SIZING||ALPHA SIZING|
|X NARROW (XN)||3A, 2A|
|NARROW (N)||A, B, C*|
|MEDIUM (M)||C*, D, E|
|WIDE (W)||E, 2E|
|X WIDE (XW)||3E|
|XX WIDE (XXW)||4E|
* A NARROW C WILL GENERALLY TAKE A NARROW, WHILE A WIDER C WILL LIKELY TAKE A MEDIUM