Nike Air Zoom Victory Pro
Our Nike Ranking: 7th/14
Style – Performance
Price - $140
Waterproof – 1 year warranty
Width options – Regular
Traction - Spiked
What they say:
Microfiber synthetic leather and sleek stitching elevate the look of the Nike Air Zoom Victory Pro. A soft sockliner and Zoom Air unit add responsive comfort that lasts throughout every round.
*Microfiber synthetic leather upper - Lightweight and flexible
*Fitsole sockliner - Extra comfort/cushioning
*Heel clip - Wraps around the heel, stabilizes the foot during lateral movement
*Deconstructed tongue - Is essentially thinned down, decreasing bulk for lightweight comfort
*Outsole consists of permanent traction lugs/nubs that combine with CHAMP PiviX spikes that use the Slim-Lok system. This combination offers great traction and ground feel on a variety of surfaces. Slim-Lok system is easy to insert and remove spikes.
*Nike Zoom Air unit midsole - Provides responsive cushioning underfoot
What customers say:
Pros – n/a
Cons – n/a
What we say:
The Nike Air Zoom Victory Pro is solid. It's not the best golf shoe we've ever seen from Nike, but it certainly doesn't disappoint. It is essentially the mid-range model of the Air Zoom Victory series. First off we should highlight that as with all Air Zoom products, the Air Zoom Victory Pro is really comfortable. It boasts a pretty decent combination of breathability and waterproofing, which makes it a good option year-round. The traction system is certainly on point, and the support it offers is above average. We can't really say that anything excites us about the Air Zoom Victory Pro, but as we already said, nothing disappoints either. We would classify it as an upper mid-level golf shoe, which is perhaps best for mid to low handicappers. If you place importance on comfort and versatility, the Air Zoom Victory Pro is certainly worth considering.
Our Score: 64/70
Style Comfort Breathability Waterproof Traction Support Value Total
9 10 8 9 10 9 9 64
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