Save on these comfortable golf shoes (and more) with this Payntr deal

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Payntr is running a holiday deal through July 7, where you can get discounted shoes (and free stuff) in the process.


Payntr golf shoes are still relatively new to the golf world, but the minds behind the golf brand aren’t exactly rookies. David Paynter founded the Payntr brand and teamed with experienced golf-shoe experts Mike Forsey and Michael Glancy Jr. to co-found Payntr Golf in 2020.

There are several different models now available — a personal favorite of mine are the Payntr X 005 Fs, which are some of the most comfortable golf shoes I own — and the brand has also added women’s shoes, slides and training shoes for running or the gym.

Payntr is currently running a holiday deal to celebrate the Fourth of July. The Payntr X 003 F golf shoes are $24 off — on sale for $140 — and the first 100 orders receive a free Payntr hat. The men’s X 003 Fs come in four colors: white/silver, white/navy, gray/black and black/white. (The deal is live now and good through July 7.)

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Holistic comfort and performance traction built for the biomechanics of the golf swing.  #3 Spikeless Golf Shoe by MyGolfSpy Clarino™️ microfiber upper, lightweight support and water resistance.   Pebax™️ propulsion plate, effectively harness ground reaction forces.  TPU Outsole, traction in three dimension for the life of the shoe.  Single Density PMX Foam™️ Midsole, maximum energy return, under foot comfort.  Neverwet™️ superhydrophobic solution, non-wicking and water-resistant protection.  Ortholite™️ Footbed, cushioning, fit, and comfort never change. 
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