Nike Tiger Woods Golf Shoes Review

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  • RRP £110.00

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Nike are reinventing one of golf's best shoes for 2008 to create the Nike Air Tour TW 8.5. The top of the range Nike Air Tour TW 8.5 shoe replaces the current 'Tiger Woods' footwear and features a host of new technology designed to keep you stable, warm and dry during your round.

The £120 Nike Air Tour TW 8.5 will be joined by the Nike Air Zoom Elite on tour, which will be worn by everyone from Paul Casey to KJ Choi and will cost slightly less in the shops at £110. It is the Tiger Woods shoe that is stirring up most hype, however, thanks to new air technology and Heel Fit system, which improves fit.

Traction is improved thanks to the Nike Power Platform technology located in the outsole, featuring the Nike Power Channel.  The outside push plate provides support and control through the backswing, while the inside plate flexes to help maintain ground contact through impact.  The result is a stronger push through impact for more power through the swing. 

The new Air Tour TW 8.5 includes the following features and benefits:

• RRP: £120
• Premium soft full-grain leather
• Low profile caged Air unit
• Full-length Poron sockliner
• TPU Nike Power Platform outsole
• Sympatex All Weather™
• 1-year Limited Waterproof Warranty
• Scorpion Stinger Spikes and Q-Lock system
• Colours: White/Black, Black/Black, White/Team Red
• Available November 2007

Contact: or 0800 056 1640

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Waterproof guaranteeOne year
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