Golf Shoes Reviews

  • Ecco Cage Golf Shoes Review

    RRP: £170

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    According to the designers, Ecco's Cage Golf Shoe results in a shoe that encourages your feet to move precisely the way nature designed them to. What we say: The Ecco Cage Golf Shoe is a cleated shoe that features a fully-integrated DiP wrap...

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  • Crossknit Boost Review

    RRP: £120

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    Adidas Crossknit Boost are a spike  What they say: Adidas Crossknit Boost have a full-length boost foam midsole for unrivaled cushioning is joined to a CIRCLEknit upper material which is specially engineered for golf footwear and features...

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  • adidas Sport Boost 3 Review

    RRP: £100

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    The adidas Sport Boost 3 golf shoes are a spikeless model created for longlasting comfort What they say: The adidas Sport Boost 3 have a midsole cushioning for walking comfort and energy return combines with bounce foam in forefoot for long-lasting...

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  • FootJoy VersaLuxe Shoe Review

    RRP: £140

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    Demand for shoes that look as good off the golf course as they do on it is growing at a pace. FootJoy reckon they've cracked the perfect blend of off course style with oncourse performance with their new premium VersaLuxe offering. The classy new...

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  • FootJoy Freestyle Shoe Review

    RRP: £135

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    FootJoy took inspiration from the red-eyed tree frog for this shoe – not so much its ruddy peepers as its uncanny ability to stick to almost any surface. Power hitting relies on traction, so is FootJoy onto something with their new sole gel...

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  • FootJoy HyperFlex Golf Shoes Review

    RRP: £135

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    Includes video review

    FootJoy, the #1 shoe in golf, has introduced HyperFlex, the brand’s most distinctive footwear created in its history. Featuring innovative materials, like the new FlexGrid exoskeleton, HyperFlex delivers lightweight support and cushioning, enabling...

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  • Gallivanter Shoes Review

    RRP: £139

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    Luxury designer brand G/FORE, already one of the coolest contemporary golf brands in the USA, is now set to take a firm grip on the UK golf market too, thanks to the launch of its stunning 2015 range.  A biomechanically engineered,...

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  • Crocs Preston 2.0 Golf Shoes Review

    RRP: £90

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    Technology A Dual-comfort Croslite material footbed offers heel cushioning while an outrigger tab helps add to forefoot stability in a classic style. Tested As reviewed in our 2014 Shoes Test: Once you get over the looks, you’re left with a...

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  • Callaway X-Series Cage Vibe Golf Shoes Review

    RRP: £130

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    Technology An upper stability wrap hugs the foot to enable synchronised movement with the outsole. Triangular pods aid swing traction, transitional bars help into the followthrough. Tested As reviewed in our 2014 Shoes Test: An interesting design...

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  • Crocs Drayden 2.0 Golf Shoes Review

    RRP: £90

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    Technology A mesh upper offers more ventilation. One of the lightest golf shoes in its class, it boasts a four-point TPU system for traction without compromising stability. Tested As reviewed in our 2014 Shoes Test: The holes in the side tell...

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  • Stuburt Urban 2 Spikeless Golf Shoes Review

    RRP: £45

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    Technology Grain-effect leather uppers, a rubber outsole, padded collar and tongue for extreme comfort as well as removable insoles. Tested As reviewed in our 2014 Shoes Test: Look like plimsoles or trainers, shape seems to dig in at the heel due to...

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  • Ashworth Cardiff ADC Golf Shoes Review

    RRP: £90

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    Technology Both the sockliner and the midsole are made of PU for cushioning and support. The outsole is soft and pliable, which helps create a low-profile fit and increases flexibility. Tested As reviewed in our 2014 Shoes Test: A very comfortable...

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  • adidas Superstar Golf Shoes Review

    RRP: £80

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    Technology The ThiNTech design gets you closer to the ground for stability. A six-spike outsole delivers traction while a full grain leather upper offers comfort and soft feel. Tested As reviewed in our 2014 Shoes Test: You get a solid platform to...

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  • Stuburt Sportlite Studded Golf Shoes Review

    RRP: £55

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    Technology The lightest shoe in its range offers leather uppers and a DRI-BACK bootie membrane system giving a waterproof and breathable upper. Tested As reviewed in our 2014 Shoes Test: Their appearance is likeable, modern but no crazy styling...

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  • Callaway X-Series Nitro Golf Shoes Review

    RRP: £80

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    Technology Combines a lightweight, soft upper with Tour level traction via a TPU outsole. Ortholite foam insoles provide long-term cushioning and odour-fighting qualities. Tested As reviewed in our 2014 Shoes Test: Comfortable enough although they...

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  • Oakley CarbonPRO 2 Golf Shoes Review

    RRP: £165

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    Technology The shoe’s name comes from a strategically placed carbon-fibre shank under the midfoot that provides stability. An EVA chassis has cushioning foam for a soft feel. Tested As reviewed in our 2014 Shoes Test: You notice how light and...

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  • Ashworth Kingston golf shoes Review

    RRP: £110

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    Technology The Kingston features a classic saddle design with modern colour accents and a leather upper with a microfibre lining for an elegant look. Tested As reviewed in our 2014 Shoes Test: They are more comfortable than they look – the leather...

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  • FootJoy Contour Series BOA Golf Shoes Review

    RRP: £125

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    Technology A unique running shoe construction allows a shoe to be made without an insole board, producing a more contoured underfoot platform and vastly increased flexibility. Tested As reviewed in our 2014 Shoes Test: Very comfortable – you quickly...

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  • Nike Lunar Control II Golf Shoes Review

    RRP: £120

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    Technology Lunarlon foam cushioning and Nike Flywire tech wraps from the midfoot to the heel for targeted support. 
This innovative foam is 30 per cent lighter than traditional Phylon and allows the force of impact to be more evenly distributed to...

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  • Nike Lunar Mont Royal Golf Shoes Review

    RRP: £65

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    Technology: Featuring Lunarlon foam in the heel and modern no-sew technology in the midfoot, the Mont Royal also utilizes the traditional Nike waffle sole for incredible grip and control. Tapping into insights from performance testing, Nike Golf...

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