PAYNTR Golf Shoe

Payntr Golf, a new brand in golf footwear, is gaining market share with debut of its Payntr X 001 F golf shoe.

ORLANDO, Florida – PAYNTR Golf, a new shoe brand, says they designed their footwear based on analysis of swing biomechanics to create a shoe that comfortably supports the foot and enhances performance to maximize impact speed.

PAYNTR X 001 F Golf Shoes

Lightweight (24 oz. pair)

Spikeless—nubs vary by location

Water impermeable

TPU outsole

PMX Foam midsole with graphite plate

Upper choice–woven Jacquard, textile base Clarino microfiber skin

Color choices: Black/Gray/Black, White/Gray/Red, Gray/Charcoal/Black

$160 pair

Based in Portland, Ore. PAYNTR Golf was begun by David Paynter, a former professional cricketer and Mike Forsey, an industry executive with experience at several of the leading footwear companies. Building on what was learned making shoes for cricket they felt the global market was ready for a new and innovative golf shoe.

The heart of the X 001 F comfort/performance features is how the combination of the TPU outsole and the cushioning of the foam midsole plus the graphite “Propulsion Plate” work with the unique pattern of nubs on the sole to control the rotational energy of the swing. The design was specifically engineered to help recreational players make more efficient use of ground forces to produce more power.

At present sales are all DTC (direct to consumer) through the website.

Our evaluation is these are very comfortable shoes to wear, and they have loads of lateral support so even the most aggressive swingers will like them. Comparison with competitive shoe models is difficult but PAYNTR’s pricing is in the range of similar performance shoes.

Ed is a national award-winning golf journalist and has carried on a lifelong love affair with the game. His work covering the business of golf, equipment, golf personalities and travel is prominently featured in numerous print and electronic publications. He has competed in tournament golf both as an amateur and senior professional and though his competitive days are behind him, Ed still plays regularly and carries a handicap of 4. He lives on a water hazard in suburban Orlando. His email address is

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