Going on full sale in June, G/FORE have announced their new line of athletic golf footwear for 2019
G/FORE Release New Athletic Golf Footwear
Golf shoe and apparel brand G/FORE has announced it will be launching a new crossover shoe line called the MG4.1. The athletic style shoe is designed to give lightweight comfort both on and off the course and help you stand out from the crowd.
The shoe features a one-piece engineered knit upper that hugs the foot and provides lightweight and breathable comfort from heel to toe. The four-way stretch collar ensures easy slip-in comfort as well.
An auxetic lattice midsole, complete with new ‘Forefoam’, offers additional lightweight comfort, targeted flexibility and maximum energy return with every step, whilst the additional triple-density footbed is designed to provide maximum comfort under foot.
On the outsole, designers have used a new full rubber ‘Saw Tooth’ traction pattern, said to enhance grip and stability.
“MG4.1 is years in the making and demonstrates our passion for pushing the boundaries of footwear styling, technology and functionality for both on and off-course use,” commented G/FORE founder Mossimo Giannulli.
“We have been extremely successful with our classic and street styles over the past few years, but felt we needed to expand the collection to include an athletic style to give golfers a fresh new look that also delivers serious performance. On the PGA Tour, Bubba Watson will be wearing the MG4.1 and we fully expect to see all of our tour ambassadors around the globe sporting them soon.”
The shoes will be available in five colours, including Onyx, Snow, Poseidon, Birch and Pewter. They will cost £149 and will be released in two stages. The first will take place on April 15th when G/FORE will have an early release in limited volume available from the the G/FORE website.
The second phase will include the full line of shoes going on sale from June 1st.
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