REVIEW: Adidas Tour360 Knit Shoes
The Knit uppers are attached to Adidas Tour360 frame which happens to be one of my favorite spiked soles. The boost cushion under the forefoot and heel offers ample cushion on each step without getting squishy. This is a big key for golf. If the cushion is too squishy it feel like you don’t have proper ground connection for your swing, but if too firm, what is the point, you don’t have that walking comfort necessary. Boost gets it just right. The spike sole also has amazing traction. I have never slipped with these shoes, even in hard wet conditions. Really soft turf rarely causes anyone to slip, but it that rain on hard pack when the cleats have trouble gripping that gets slippery, which is what we find in the desert after a rain or even a watering. The combo of the plastic nubs built into the sole and the spikes, these shoes grip.
The Adidas Tour360 Knit shoes are my new favorite spiked shoe. While I still might prefer spikeless shoes because I can wear them to and from the course as well as playing, these shoes are amazing. The knit upper fit like a sock and the Tour360 frame with boost and spikes grip the ground and cushion each step with good swing support. The waterproof warranty is another bonus on such a comfortable, breathable, lightweight shoe. The couple special edition models look really cool too. If you want to golf in your socks, but need a little more traction and support than they offer, the Adidas Tour360 Knit shoes are for you.
For more information: www.adidas.com/us/golf
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