Can a golf shoe re­ally give you more dis­tance?

Un­der Ar­mour says its new shoe stays in con­tact with the ground longer, giv­ing you ex­tra trac­tion and power.

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The Spi­eth 2 shoe is lighter than the pre­vi­ous model and fea­tures new Gore-Tex wa­ter­proof­ing, but the big change is the im­prove­ment in trac­tion. Un­der Ar­mour says that since swing speed and power are gen­er­ated from the ground up, the longer your feet stay in con­tact with the turf the bet­ter the op­por­tu­nity to max­imise power. The shoe fea­tures Ro­ta­tional Re­sis­tance Spikes, which keep the out­sole and in­sole of the foot sta­ble; a Dual Durom­e­ter sole, which has a softer fore­foot for flex­i­bil­ity and a firmer heel for sta­bil­ity and sup­port; and an in­te­grated lac­ing sys­tem to hold your foot firmly in place.

Sole sta­bil­ity The com­bi­na­tion of a new spike de­sign, en­hanced sole tech­nol­ogy and an in­te­grated lac­ing sys­tem keeps your feet more sta­ble and grounded dur­ing the swing.

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