New Ecco Biom C4 takes golf shoes to new levels of style and comfort.
Ecco have revealed the latest shoes in their ground-breaking Biom series, with the new C4. It offers unrivalled 360-degree breathability, allowing golfers to stay cool and comfortable throughout their round in all conditions through a combination of cushioning, rebound, waterproofing and air-flow.
The new iteration uses Ecco’s most advanced technologies ever. CCO FluidForm Direct Comfort Technology uses specialised fluid materials to form around an updated anatomical last (the foot-shaped form that provide shoemakers with a foundation for building a shoe), ensuring an excellent balance of cushioning and rebound. It also also helps to create a flexible and durable bond without any of the compromises found in stitched or glued models.
Thermoplastic Urethane (TPU) posts wrap around the outside of the foot from the outsole to the midsole, and Biom Natural Motion technology enables the foot to move naturally and close to the ground.
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The C4 has a Gore-Tex Surround construction to keep water out, which is combined with an ‘Exhaust Grid’ – large, angled openings that scoop in fresh air and direct it to the sole of the feet while allowing heat and moisture to escape for maximum comfort.
The progressive ‘MTN Grip’ outsole has three different sections for stability and traction, ground penetration, and rotational support throughout the swing
Crafted from performance leather, the C4 also comes with a new, super-stretchy mesh sock for ultimate comfort and a breathable OrthoLite insole for extra cushioning. This can be removed to create extra width in the shoe.
The Biom C4 comes in four colours (black, white/black, concrete/black and white/concrete), and is available now priced at £210. You can order yours, here.
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