Adidas has upgraded its Tour360 golf shoe. The new features of the shoe’s latest version include a Geofit collar pad, a Dualstack midsole, Insite sockliner, 3D Torsion System and Spikemore, an innovative traction system that injects the cleats directly onto the TPU sole.
With the Geofit collar pad, the wearer gets a personalized fit to the top of the foot. By combining full-length Boost cushioning with a horseshoe-shaped EVA stability frame, the Dualstack midsole makes the shoe lightweight but stable.
The newly upgraded Adidas Tour360 golf shoe has been tested by Dustin Johnson, 37, Xander Schauffele, 28, and Danielle Kang, 29, according to Golf.com. The men’s version will cost $210 while the women’s version will be $200.
What makes the women’s version different is that it is narrower in the heel area to fit the shape of most women’s feet. It is also is a little wider in the forefoot.
Adidas is also offering BOA versions, which will be released on March 1, 2022. The micro-adjustable Li2 of the BOA Fit System wraps around the heel, which provides an easy customized fit and locks the foot into place.
“I’ve worn almost every model of Tour360 since I started my career and I’m always amazed at how the footwear team continues to raise the bar year after year,” Golf Week quoted Johnson as saying. “I really like the design and style with this new model, but the traction, feel and comfort I get definitely make this the best version of the Tour360 that I’ve ever worn.”
Johnson has been playing golf professionally since 2007. He was born in Columbia, South Carolina, United States.
Kang and Schauffele turned professional in 2011 and 2015, respectively. They are both of Asian descent.
Born in San Francisco, California, USA to South Korean parents, Kang attended Pepperdine University in Malibu, California. She is now based in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA.
Schauffele attended California State University, Long Beach in Long Beach, California and San Diego State University in San Diego, California. He was born in San Diego to a German-French father and a Taiwanese-Japanese mother.
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