THE TARLOW is inspired by Bill and Dick Tarlow, who bought the FootJoy business in 1957 and focused the brand primarily on golf. The Tarlow collection, a modern interpretation of the timeless cap toe design, uses a natural grain leather in the vamp and the quarter, complemented by a coordinated croc print in the heel, cap toe and eyestay. The midsole is complemented by a natural leather welt and contrast stitch.
THE PACKARD is inspired by Frederick Packard, FootJoy’s founder and a shoe pioneer who drove the adoption of many modern manufacturing and design innovations still employed today. The Packard collection features exquisite detailing and a pebble grain leather in both the vamp and the quarter. The collection uses a calfskin croc print accent in the saddle area, complemented by a natural leather welt and contrast stitching.
THE FLINT is inspired by Perley Flint, a young Harvard graduate and avid golfer who designed FootJoy’s first golf shoe in the 1920’s. This spikeless-only collection is clean and refined. A smooth ChromoSkin leather is used in the upper, highlighted by embossed detailing on the saddle area, a refined FJ ornament as well as piping on the side. Inside the shoe, you will find premium lambskin linings and a new fitbed for exceptional comfort, while an all-new VersaTrax+ outsole provides grip for any lie or angle.
At retail from March 15, they are offered in a choice of laced and BOA closures, and a variety of colours, including black, white, grey, white/navy and navy/red, the Premiere Series will also be available for personalisation through the MyJoys programme.
RRPs: £159.99 (Flint/Packard), £169.99 (Tarlow), £149 (Women’s model in white/blue or black).
For more details, visit www.footjoy.co.uk.