ECCO This Danish footwear giant just keeps expanding its incredible breadth of golf shoe styles. The latest models incorporate an understated-yet-athletic look that transcends the course and, quite often, translate straight to the post-round eatery or even the boardroom. Every year they make popular models like the BIOM Hybrid 2 for men and women even Read more…
Adidas Golf tour360 x Boa | $180 adidasgolf.com The tour360 x Boa® is highlighted by Boa Technology’s most advanced Closure System. Featuring the revolutionary Boa IP-1 dial on the center of the tongue of the tour360 x, the Boa Closure System enables fast and easy micro-adjustability for a precisely customizable and comfortable fit. The tour360 Read more…
This year’s golf shoe offerings are a diverse bunch, to say the least. From street-wear shoes that bring to mind skate culture, to spikeless shoes that piggyback the barefoot-running trend, 2011 may well be remembered as the year that golf shoes really broke the mold.
What you wear on your feet can make a huge difference in not only how comfortable you are, but also how powerful a swing you can make
The soles of today’s top golf shoes have not only superb gripping capabilities, but also integrated webs and channels to whisk away water and debris for a steady grip. Better yet, most golf shoes resemble running shoes from the bottom, replete with a two-pod sole for a more effective weight transfer into the ball.
Still wondering what piece of new golf equipment you must have to play your best in ?06? Look no further than the bottom of your feet.
Golf shoes are just as vital as any club in your bag. They stabilize you, help you leverage your body against the turf and, most importantly, provide gripping support and comfort to protect your feet for the duration of the round. Today’s golf footwear features the kind of technology previously reserved for hiking boots, running and walking shoes and even climbing shoes–all wrapped up in one advanced piece of golf equipment.