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Modern times call for an update, which is what the Adidas Crossknit 3.0 is about. Being third on the line, the shoe poses several improvements especially on the comfort, stability, and closure system. The water-repellent upper is also a much-appreciated addition given that protection against wet grass, morning dew, and other outdoor surfaces is essentially needed.
Like many other Adidas golf shoes, the outsole of the Adidas Crossknit 3.0 is composed of a combination of Puremotion and Adiwear. The spikeless Puremotion provides traction through the deep lugs and the Adiwear traction delivers maximum durability.
The Crossknit 3.0 doesn’t compromise the midsole and uses a proven no-fail cushioning system, the Boost. Infused with what the brand claims as the most responsive cushioning system, this trainer helps golfers to walk through the 18 holes, traverse the jungle and bunker, and plant a swing.
Leather has been the ideal material used on most golf shoes, but because brands are constantly innovating, they are experimenting on different compositions. Textile seems to be a taboo on golf shoes, mainly because of its casual nature and lack of water protection. The Crossknit 3.0, however, manages to break the rule as it features CircleKnit.
This revolutionary upper is specifically made for golf-targeted movements. It provides breathability and adequate stretchability to strain when doing a golf swing.
For a customizable fit, the trainer is infused with a lace-up closure. It is assisted by polyurethane welds on the forefoot which gives more durability and stability on the foot.
The Adidas Crossknit 3.0 is a natural headturner because of its modern day styling. Because of its sneaker-like look, getting a second guess of its function is highly likely. Sporting similar looks to the Adidas NMD, these golf shoes can double as an everyday piece.
- A limited-edition Crossknit 3.0 was released on April 8, 2019. It is inspired by a desert offering from the Masters Tournament at Augusta National, a Georgia peach ice cream sandwich.