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Winter is coming. The peasants say it will be the longest winter in known time. Dismiss their folk superstitions and prognostications at your peril, for the fact remains: Winter is coming, and you must get your outdoor jollies while ye may.
The whiffle and crack of golf club against ball will be heard no more once the great snows come. Campfires and hikes to alpine meadows will be but the tales of old women -- half-recalled memories of a happier, sunnier time.
They say that, when winter comes, exercise will be banished from the land. Joggers will huff into benumbed fists. Cyclists will wrap themselves in layer after layer of spandex, hibernating until the Great Thaw. Those Crossfit people will stop dragging weights outside their gym like idiots. It will be a dark time.
So go forth! Sieze this weather while it lasts, and outfit yourself with totally acceptable gear from this Woot Off. You might want to grab a few wolf pelts and cords of wood while you're at it (sold elsewhere, maybe).
Hope to see you alive on the other side, friend.
Microfiber Upper Materials
Super lightweight and environmentally friendly material ensures that the foot stays snug, comfortable, and in control during the life of the shoe.
Callaway Comfort Insert
Foam cushioned insert that provides excellent comfort and minimizes spike pressure.
7 Callaway Chevron Comfort Spikes
Advanced leg design provides superior traction and support under all playing conditions. The shrouded dynamic design also increases strength, durability and helps prevent clogging.
Rubber and EVA outsole.
Shipping Note: Eligible for shipping to all 50 states
Warranty: 90 Day Woot Limited Warranty
In the box:
(1 Pair) Callaway FT W426 Savory Women's Golf Shoes
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