Ten years on from the launch of its iconic Tour360, adidas has unveiled the adidas Tour360 Boost golf shoes
Ten years on from the launch of its iconic Tour360 shoes, adidas has unveiled a throwback design full of modern technology – the adidas Tour360 Boost golf shoes.
As you might expect from a model with ‘360’ in the name, it features adidas’ midfoot support system that wraps around your foot to increase stability.
For the new 2016 shoe, lightweight and flexible Boost cushioning – as created for last year’s adidas adipower boost golf shoes and seen above – has been added to the forefoot and heel to increase comfort and energy return as you walk.
To help the Boost-360Wrap partnership work, a Torsion Tunnel has been added to provide independent flexibility between the heel and the forefoot, while 10 CenTraXion and thintech cleats deliver grip where it’s needed most.
Built on a Tour Performance Last for an improved fit and added comfort in the forefoot, the leather uppers of the adidas Tour360 Boost golf shoes feature climaproof technology for lasting protection and durability, while the inner lining helps reduce friction and sweating.
A new heel shape inspired by adidas’ running shoes has also been added, with an s-curve that adapts to the natural contour of your foot aiding an improved fit.
In February a BOA version will also be launched, which will feature the advanced closure system on top of the tongue that enables fast and easy micro-adjustability for a customisable and more precise fit.
adidas Tour360 Boost golf shoes details
Available on the 8th of January, the adidas Tour360 Boost golf shoes will come in six colourways and in medium or wide widths.
They will retail at £129.99 for the standard version, and £159.99 for the BOA version, which comes in three colourways and is available on February 1st.