Golf Shoes Reviews

  • Nike Lunar Waverly Golf Shoes Review

    RRP: £90

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    Technology: Nike Dynamic Flywire technology combines with a rubber cup-sole for lateral support, surrounded by a premium waterproof full-grain leather upper. For the first time ever, Nike Golf designers utilized cork for the sock liner - incredibly...

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  • adidas Pure 360 Gripmore golf shoes Review

    RRP: £99

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    With a more athletically-inspired design, the pure 360 gripmore sport (£99) features a waterproof mesh upper with climaproof, 360WRAP technology and a powerband chassis for increased stability. Featuring 23 gripmore cleats and a total of 161 contact...

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  • adidas adicross Gripmore golf shoes Review

    RRP: £99

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    Technology Some shoes talk about weight. Some shoes talk about comfort. These are all about traction. Using rubber-like cleats that flex and bend, adidas injects 43 of them onto the bottom of each shoe. Each cleat has five “arms” for extra traction,...

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  • Skechers Go Golf Drive golf shoes Review

    RRP: £89

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    Technology Skechers’ Go Golf range, of which the Drive is one of three designs, employs performance innovations found in its popular running shoes. A spikeless sole is engineered to promote stability and more natural movement. Designed for...

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  • Skechers Go Golf golf shoes Review

    RRP: £99

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    Skechers’ Go Golf range, of which the Go Golf is one of three designs, employs performance innovations found in its popular running shoes. They have a spikeless sole for stability and more natural movement, and a 4mm heel drop is designed to create a...

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  • Skechers Go Golf Bionic golf shoes Review

    RRP: £109

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    Technology Skechers are one of the world’s biggest shoe brands – and now they’ve brought their successful running shoe technology to golf. One of the lightest shoes on the market – they weigh less than 11oz each – the GObionic features a wider end...

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  • FootJoy AWD Casual golf shoes Review

    RRP: £65

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    FootJoy has added a street-styled new footwear model to its 2014 spikeless range. The AWD Casual is designed to be comfortable and waterproof on or off the course. They’re made from full-grain leather with a breathable upper, a membrane within the...

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  • Puma Biofusion Golf Shoes Review

    RRP: £130

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    Technology Designed to change the way golfers think about footwear, the new LiteStyle shoe is flexible while still offering support. The waterproof mesh shoe provides long-lasting durability with a one-year guarantee. Inside the shoe, “Everfoam”, a...

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  • FootJoy HydroLite Golf Shoes Review

    RRP: £88

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    Available in both cleated and spikeless, the new FJ HydroLite shoe offers stability and comfort in a stylish new model and at an affordable price. Every golfer who buys a pair gets a free golf poker chip ball marker with a unique number on it. Each...

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  • Ecco Biom Zero Golf Shoes Review

    RRP: £160

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    The lowest-profile and lightest Ecco golf shoe is available in two patterns and an array of colours for those walking players seeking comfort and flexibility. A new anatomical last provides full-length foot support.

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  • Ecco Biom Hybrid Golf Shoes 2014 Review

    RRP: £165

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    Technology Ecco's Biom Hybrid golf shoes are now now available in three versions including two brown options featuring buttery-soft yak leather and a third made from performance textile. Also available in waterproof and breathable Gore-Tex (RRP...

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  • Ecco Street EVO One Golf Shoes Review

    RRP: £140

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    Technology ECCO's 2014 collection is spearheaded by the Street EVO One. The range boasts 11 new styles available in a wide range of new colours showcased by its Tour players, including Graeme McDowell and Ernie Els. It is the latest incarnation of...

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  • Ecco Tour Hybrid 2014 golf shoes Review

    RRP: £165

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    Technology This stylish spikeless model is now available in four designs, one a brogue style, each of which looks good on and off the course. A removable “Comfort Fibre System” insole increases air circulation for a fresh feel. Features include:...

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  • FootJoy DNA Golf Shoes Review

    RRP: £150

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    Technology Is this the best-looking FootJoy shoe of recent years? We think so – and it’s brimming with new technology to improve performance. The D.N.A. (Dryjoys Next Advancement) is a more athletic extension of the traditional DryJoy. The...

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  • adidas adizero one Review

    RRP: £130

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    Technology It might look similar to last year’s ultra-light adizero Tour, but adidas claims the adizero one is a revolution rather than an evolution. As well as a new, green-friendly spike pattern, it’s 10 per cent lighter than the popular adizero.

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  • Puma Monolite Golf Shoes Review

    RRP: £80

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    Technology: Puma's Monolite golf shoe is desgined to be worn on and off the course. It weighs in at only 9.5 ounces, but it has a waterproof upper and a grippy rubber sole. The upper is made with full-grain leather while 'Everfoam' is positioned...

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  • FootJoy DryJoys Casual Golf Shoes Review

    RRP: £125

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    Technology The DryJoys Casual is the latest shoe from FootJoy to benefit from a number of new tech and style tweaks. In the upper section, Supersoft ECL (Extreme Comfort Leather) leather by Pittards is soft and breathable, offering more comfort...

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  • Nike Lunar Clayton Golf Shoes Review

    RRP: £200

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    The Nike Lunar Clayton was inspired by premium Italian leather shoes, but boasts modern technology to provide improved fit and performance. “Handmade, Italian leather shoes are the essence of premium footwear,” Bucci says. “We saw that there was an...

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  • Nike TW14 Golf Shoes Review

    RRP: £150

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    Technology As worn by Tiger Woods, these feature a premium microfibre synthetic leather upper, a breathable tongue construction, and use Champ Zarma Tri-LOK spikes. Tested As reviewed in our 2014 Shoes Test: Quite a big shoe and a little on the...

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  • Nike FI Impact Golf Shoes Review

    RRP: £95

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    Nike's “Freedom-Inspired" Impact shoe for men and women promises the flexibility “to unleash your full power”. The outsole is designed to mimic the natural motion of the foot, using maximum ground feel. LPGA star Suzann Pettersen helped create the...

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