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ECCO Men's World Class Golf Shoe

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Hit the links in old-school style in ECCO's World Class golf shoe. This dapper look in leather comes well-equipped with an internal shank and stabilizer to support your game. A full set of spikes keeps you grounded, while a GORE-TEX membrane promises total waterproof comfort for dewy early-morning games or sudden downpours or even--heaven forbid--trips to the water hazard.

2013 Ecco Worlds Class GTX Golf Shoes

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  • ASIN: B005GBWD1C
  • Product Dimensions: 10 x 5.2 x 16.5 inches; 1.6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • Item model number: World Class-M
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #29,800 in Shoes (See Top 100 in Shoes)
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    13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By J. C. Hirsch on July 2, 2012
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    The GTX World Class model of this shoe is rated highly on the ECCO website and the ECCO store in Palm Beach Gardens recommended it highly so my husband spent more than $400 for what we thought would be a long lasting pair of leather golf shoes, only requiring replacement of the cleats, similar to the FootJoy's or Florsheim's he'd had in the past. What a surprise we received after we had hit a few buckets of balls. The shoes are about 2-3 years old but my husband only played about 20 times in them. The last time we had played was about a year ago. So he didn't notice anything when he put them on but when he took them off we were flabbergasted at the way they were falling apart. The first thing we noticed was the heel, which "looks" like it has layers of leather, is actually just a veneer covering up an artificial material. The veneer was coming off on both shoes. Then we saw that the leather sole was also separating from the rest of the shoe. The "stitches" in the sole are actually fake. They only go thru the sole itself, not attaching the sole to anything. The "glue" that was holding the sole to the shoe had apparently deteriorated and was separating. We also noticed some kind of artificial filler strip running along the edge of the sole that had deteriorated and was breaking apart. This wasn't all. We were flabbergasted at these shoes as we had thought they were so highly rated, Pros use them, etc. I noticed the leather sole didn't even run the full length of the shoe, it stopped at the front of the heel and was lifting off the rest of the shoe. I took a bunch of pictures of the shoes and today we brought them into the ECCO store to see what they would do. We expected a replacement or credit due to multiple defective materials that was clear in both shoes. These were $400 shoes!Read more ›
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    I bought these shoes because I like ECCO shoes in general and I wanted a real quality traditional golf shoe. These were just the ticket even though they were very expensive. After about 6 rounds they had the feel of a glove on my foot. They had conformed to the shape of my foot and felt very comfortable. I walk and do not use a cart. However, I had issues with the shoes. They leaked water through the soles. My feet would get wet in heavy dew and if there had been a rain earlier, my feet were close to being soaked. I called customer service service and they sent me a repair/return number and were as responsive as one could ask for. I sent the shoes back and they replaced then with a new pair. I was pleasantly surprised. However, after 20 rounds or so these too began to leak though the sole. They weigh a lot when wet and walking is pain. I was very disappointed. Golf buddies teased me for spending so much and getting only 40 or so rounds out of both pairs. I will try to return them again. These shoes are comfortable like no other. They simply can't handle even dew without soaking up the water. If you want comfort and stability these are the shoes for you- if you have the money. However, do not expect them to keep your feet dry in as little as morning dew if you are a walker. As far as how long they last in general I can't say because i refuse to risk playing with wet feet.
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    Color Name: White/Rustic BrownSize Name: 45 M EU / 11-11.5 D(M) US Verified Purchase
    These were the most expensive golf shoes I ever bought, but if they wear as expected they should outlast my Footjoy Concours by several years. I tend to replace my Footjoys every year at about $100 per pair. So the ECCO's need to last 3.5 years for me to "break even." They look and feel great, so I'm ahead no matter how long they last.
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