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Golf Galoshes

Acemaker

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I tee off first every day (average about 200 rounds a year). So I play in dew, always.

Does ANYONE know where I can get Golf Galoshes or Golf Overshoes with plastic spikes? Many thanks in advance.
 

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We play every day we can. Many of those days are immediately after a rain... or even when it is still raining. We also have had the first tee time at the course for years. Known as "dew sweepers", we have to have waterproof/water resistant shoes. Over the years, I've used Adidas, Callaway, Etonic, Nike and nothing stays as dry as Foot Joys. Get the upper end Foot Joys with 2-year waterproof guarantee.
 
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Thank you both....I do know of the waterproof shoes. I am specifically looking for galoshes (or 'rubbers' as we called them in my day.) Thanks again!
 

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I call them "dick boots" but here you go...
FJ Winter Boot BOA
 
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Thanks, but what I am really looking for is this.....
 

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Oh wow, I've never seen those. Or even heard of them. Seems like they might be an ebay thing.
 

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Oh wow, I've never seen those. Or even heard of them. Seems like they might be an ebay thing.
They used to be a thing back in the 80’s, have not seen a pair in a long time.
 

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Thanks, but what I am really looking for is this.....

What’s the advantage of something like this over waterproof shoes? Not trolling, just curious. Seems like those would make my feet sweat even more than they already do!


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