Jan 23, 2018

Golf Shoe Review - Jack Grace USA - Stylin' Customized Golf Shoes

Jack Grace USA wins my 2017 Golf Product of the Year. Not only are these great shoes to wear but you can customize them to your liking with interchangeable saddles.

I got to test out the Innovator 1.0 for the better part of the Fall here in Ottawa and down in Kiawah Island where I closed out my golf year with 54 holes in a day and a half.

Having reviewed many golf shoes over the years these shoes not only get top marks in the style department but they were great in all types of playing conditions.

The big draw for me is that you can swap out the saddle to match whatever ensemble you might be wearing that day on the links. I got the USA Bundle; having red/white/blue saddles make these shoes easy to mix and match into my golf apparel. On long golf trips I only have to pack one pair of golf shoes which is great as I have more room for other necessities.

Be sure and check out the Jack Grace USA Booth at this years 2018 PGA Merchandise Show in Orlando Booth 6392.

Premium waterproof leather uppers

How to Swap Your Saddles

With over 1,875 stock color combinations and custom logo printing available, how can you not find a combination of Jack Grace shoes you like.

Micro-perforated leather lining

My Jack Grace Innovators 1.0 made it to South Carolina and the Ocean Course at Kiawah Island. The Innovator 1.0 with USA Bundle will cost you $239.20. 

One of my favourite saddles - The Canadian - Cost $40

Jack Grace was founded by a former banker, named Bart Walker, who had a dream to create a comfortable, color-changing, and cost-effective golf shoe. After developing a prototype on his kitchen table, Walker, married and the father of two, soon decided that he had found his new calling in life. He quit his banking job, cashed in his 401K and launched Jack Grace USA, a startup named after his two children, William Jack and Estella Grace. “To me, this is the pursuit of the American Dream. I cashed in my 401K and I’m going for it,’’ he said. “I just wanted to work at something I was passionate about.’’

Be sure and check out Jack Grace on Instagram and Twitter.

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