Few golf clothing labels are as consistent as Adidas, and their 2016 collection of golf shoes doesn’t disappoint.
This time around, the firm’s traditional designs have undergone a subtle revamp, fitting in with the trend towards more dynamic, exciting golf shoe designs and adding more comfort than ever. All of the latest models of Adidas Golf shoes can be found on Function18, and we’re sure you’ll find a pair that suits you.
Old Favourites Return, With A Difference
The 2016 collection features tried and tested designs like Adidas’ Adicross shoes, with their low-slung, lightweight materials, waterproof body and soft, low-impact soles. This includes the Version 5 model, which is a new departure, with extra grip and moisture transport technology.
The AdiPower Sport is also back, with an AdiPower Sport 2.0 Boost version. Featuring bold colours, flexible mesh materials, specially created foam for the sole and excellent traction on the greens and fairways, it’s no surprise to see the AdiPower range return for a second time.
Achieve Tour Style With Adidas Golf Shoes Like the 360 Boost
The flagship model in the 2016 Adidas Golf shoes range is surely their Tour 360 Boost variety. Adidas expects these shoes to be embraced by their legion of Tour pros, and with good reason. They have also become a firm favourite with the staff at Function18. The Tour 360 Primeknit Boost has just been released, featuring a knitted upper for weight savings and comfort. The looks of this shoe are certainly out there.
That’s partly because they look great, with their metallic Adidas bars, responsive but it’s also something to do with their energising soles and the high level of comfort they provide. The Tour 360 Boost represents a great blend of modern tech and classic design, and we’re confident they will be a massive success.
You can also purchase the Tour 360 Boost variety in a sleek, Boa model, with a special closure system which helps you get the fit just right.
The Latest in Adidas Golf Shoes Technology
The 2016 collection also contains plenty of other high quality Adidas designs. In some cases, it’s all about tweaking the classics. For example, the AdiPure Classic and AdiPure TP shoes come in traditional white, brown and black designs, with classy leather uppers.
This year, there are two choices in the AdiPure range. The TP variety come in at a slightly higher price point, but are likely to be a fixture on Tour with their elegant looks and stable design.
Finally, we’re also expecting to see plenty more of the PrimeKnit range of Adidas Golf shoes. Championed by big names like Sergio, Dustin Johnson and Jason Day, PrimeKnit technology provides maximum flexibility, temperature control and imaginative, colourful designs.