Here you'll find all the latest, juiciest news and gossip...all that relates to golf shoes, that is.
Adidas Vice Golf Ultraboost
Germany's two biggest golf brands, adidas and Vice Golf have teamed up to create this awesome looking (and hopefully performing) sport style golf shoe. It boasts adidas's famous Boost technology and will also feature personal touches that Vice Golf fans are accustomed to. You'll be able to purchase them from the Vice Golf website starting December 7.
Nike's Masters-Inspired Corduroy Golf Shoes
Another major is upon us! And this time it's The Masters, which for most golf fans, is the best of the best. In vintage manner, Nike is releasing limited edition (NRG) golf shoes of some of its most popular models, including the Roshe G Tour, Jordan V Low, Air Zoom Infinity Tour, Air Zoom Victory Tour and the Air Max 97G. The uppers in each of these limited releases is mostly corduroy, with the soles reading "Rather Lucky Than Good". These Masters Nike Golf Shoes will be available to Nike members starting Nov. 9, and to the general public on Nov. 11.
Adidas ZG 21
We've seen the adidas ZG 21 in the new catalogs, but they look some much better in real life! Or maybe it's just because the world #1 is wearing them. Anyway, they're coming soon!!
Limited Edition Masters adidas Crossknit DPR
In a cool gesture, adidas is paying homage to the amateurs competing at the Masters with a limited edition Crossknit DPR model. Nicknamed "Low AM", this golf shoe features subtle characteristics found around Augusta/The Masters. They're going quick, so act fast!
Nike's "Wing It" Collection
As we've come to expect at majors, Nike is rolling out a limited edition collection for the upcoming US Open at Winged Foot. Some of there most popular models will be included in this "Wing It" collection, which will feature feat with wings on the uppers. This collection will be available to Nike members starting September 14, and the general public on the 17th.
Air Jordan V Low
Yes! Something to look forward to....the Air Jordan V Low golf shoe will drop on September 4. To state the obvious, it's the Air Jordan 5 with golf specific traction.
Custom FootJoys at the WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational
You may have noticed some pretty sweet custom FootJoy shoes worn by several players at the WGC-FedEx. This charitable collection was designed by patients at the St. Jude Children's Hospital. And yes, there were some awesome designs.
Tiger Woods's New Golf Shoes
You may have noticed that Tiger Woods has been wearing new golf shoes lately. They were on full display at the recent Match II. Although there isn't a whole lot of information out there, we do know they are called "TW20", but we're not sure of the release date. The specific ones Tiger was wearing, with the Frank logo at the heel and a tiger pattern in the Nike swoosh, won't be available until next year.
TRUE linkswear Helps Out in Tough Times
We'd just like to give a huge shout out to TRUE linkswear for donating 10% of their sales to senior citizens through March 24th. They will hand the money over to a non-profit whose objective is delivering food to as many seniors as possible who are struggling with the effects of the Covid-18 Coronavirus.
PUMA IGNITE PROADAPT Palmer
One of the most anticipated tournaments of the year is upon us, the Arnold Palmer Invitational. As per usual, PUMA goes out of their way during this time to introduce custom Arnold Palmer apparel and accessories, including golf shoes. This time around , it's the IGNITE PROADAPT, Arnold Palmer edition. It features N1AP on the medial side, which was the tail number of Arnold's favorite plane. There are a few other subtle Palmer features, including Arnold's signature. You can purchase this shoe on PUMA/Cobra golf website for $250.
Justin Thomas's Kobe Bryant FootJoy ICON Blacks
Justin Thomas always admired Kobe Bryant, and has been showing his appreciation of Kobe's skills and work ethic since his passing a few weeks ago. Although he unfortunately missed the cut at the Genesis Invitational in Los Angeles, Justin was sporting some awesome custom FootJoy ICON Black golf shoes that paid tribute to Kobe. These shoes were done by a company called Nomad Customs.
Jon Rahm's Custom Adidas CodeChaos Boa Golf Shoes
As an ASU graduate and Arizona resident, Jon Rahm always looks forward to the Waste Management Phoenix Open. This week he has been sporting an awesome customized pair of Adidas CodeChaos Boa shoes, which honor fallen hero and fellow ASU alum Pat Tillman. For those not aware of Pat, he gave up his pro NFL career to go and fight in the military for his country after the September 11 attacks, and tragically died in Afghanistan 2 years later.
Nike Tie-Dye NRG Collection
San Francisco is synonymous with the hippie movement from the 60s, which celebrated peace and love. It's only fitting that to commemorate this, Nike has come out with a peace and love collection (NRG) in time for the PGA Championship at Harding Park, in, you guessed it, San Francisco. You can find these desings on a number of their best sellers on their website, but act quick because they're selling out!
Short for "Running-System-Golf", the new PUMA RS-G looks mighty similar to the brand's 1980s running shoes. This bulky sneaker trend is back, and the RS-G embodies this look. Designed with versatility in mind, this golf shoe feels great on and of the course. We can't wait to get our hands (or should we say feet) on a pair!
PUMA Steps Up for Autism
PUMA is stepping up in a huge way during National Autism Awareness Month. Throughout the entire month of April, PUMA will donate a portion of its sales of the IGNITE PWRADAPT Caged golf shoe to the Els for Autism Foundation. This is already our favorite golf shoe, and even more so now after this gesture!
Adidas PrimeBlue Collection
Adidas' new PrimeBlue Collection uses upcycled plastic waste, mostly from coastal areas, in its production of apparel and shoes. The upcycled plastic is turned into high-performance polyester yarn, which looks great and performs really well. The golf shoes in this collection are modeled after the CodeChaos. They are limited edition so get them while you can from the Adidas website!
Rory McIlroy Switches Back to Metal Spikes
You may have noticed a bit more noise lately when Rory walks on cart paths. That's because he has switched back to using metal cleats on his Nike Roshe G Tour golf shoes. He switched to soft spikes a number of years ago due to pain in his left knee, but has recently switched back to metal spikes simply because he felt he needed just that extra bit of stability that they provide. He and Tiger Woods are part of only a handful of PGA players using metal spikes.
Air Jordan 4 and Air Jordan 5 Golf Shoes
Nothing excites PGA pro Pat Perez like a new pair of Nike Air Jordans. As you'd expect, he's one of the lucky few that gets a taste of Air Jordans long before they're released to the public. He recently sent out tantilizing tweets of his new par of Air Jordan 4 and Air Jordan 5 golf shoes. Word on the street is that Air Jordan 5s might be released mid February, so be on the lookout.
Brooks Koepka's New Nikes. Air Zoom Infinity Tour
The idea for the Nike Air Zoom Infinity Tour spawned from Brooks Koekpa's desire for a golf shoe that can also be used for running. Nike then got to work utilizing technology from their various sport shoes to create this hybrid golf shoe. They emphasize that although it looks like a running shoe and shares much of the same technology, the Air Zoom Infinity Tour isn't meant for long runs. Instead, this technology further increases your comfort on the course. It looks pretty cool, and will be available for purchase April 1st.
The Most Expensive Golf Shoes?
Ok, so it's slightly weird that nobody really knows about these shoes, yet they're perhaps the most expensive out there. Ladies and gentlemen, this is the ParWest Augusta golf shoe. The prices vary greatly, but if you're looking to spin heads in the clubhouse, we recommend the crocodile leather ones. At a mere $3200, this shoe can be yours. Each pair of shoes is custom built, so they're bound to be comfy.
This new company "Golfkicks" has come up with quite the innovative idea. It allows you to basically change any of your shoes to golf shoes. You buy the kit, which involves screwing spikes into the outsole of your shoe of choice, and you're ready to golf! Keep in mind this is a very new thing, and we haven't really heard any feedback. For starters, we're very interested to see how durable the spikes are and whether or not they actually stay in place. Time will tell!