Iron Shoes, Please
There's a Grimm story about a princess who was forced to marry a hedgehog. The hedgehog turned out to be a man under a spell that would only be broken if she kept his secret for three days. Of course, her mother, like all good mothers, wrenched the secret out of her on the third day and the princess's husband disappeared. So she did what any sensible woman would do and asked the blacksmith for a pair of iron shoes. The visit probably went like this:
"A pair of iron shoes, please."
"No, these are for me."
"You're going to nail iron shoes to your feet."
"No, I want regular shoes. Only made of iron. I need them to hunt down a hedgehog who also happens to be my husband."
Anyway, the princess wore out three pairs of these podalic torture devices before she finally found her prince. Now that's love. Then again, the princess probably didn't have anything better to do.
Thankfully, modern mankind doesn't have to occupy our time by chasing after ground mammals. We do it by trying to hit a ball into a hole in the ground with the least amount of chasing possible. It still calls for some good shoes, though.
The Nike Air Range WP II is a great spike-less golf shoe comprised of a mesh and leather combination upper. Playability, wear-ability and a sure-footed spike-less sole, allow one to transition seamlessly from the course to the clubhouse, and beyond.