Flex Ap­peal

The lat­est shoes push the limits on com­fort

Golf Digest (South Africa) - - Style -

et’s call 2016 the year of golf-shoe ex­i­bil­ity. First, the use of new ma­te­ri­als has led to the most sup­ple up­pers, mid­soles and out­soles ever. Not only do they con­form to the shape of your foot, but they help keep you grounded (lit­er­ally). Sec­ond, today’s golf shoes have a ca­sual cool­ness that can seam­lessly tran­si­tion from course to club­house to o ce – we won’t judge. But good looks haven’t come at the cost of ath­letic per­for­mance.The soles of the new­est shoes are cov­ered in trac­tion el­e­ments that give as they grab. Even bet­ter: All this

ex­i­bil­ity means your shoes might even en­hance the nat­u­ral rhythm of your swing.That’s right, one less ex­cuse. Or in this case, two.

LADIDAS ADIPURE TP As top-of-the-range as it gets – adidas’ flag­ship model has a car­bon-fi­bre fin­ish to its 10-spike Tor­sion Sys­tem sole, and a low-pro­file cleat for greater sur­face area con­tact. ­€‚ƒ„ €… †‡‡

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