Who should buy the Adidas Tour360 22
Incredible cleat-specific performance meets athletic looks describes the Tour360 22 quite accurately. Buy it if:
- You want your love for sporty sneakers channeled through a pair of Adidas golf shoes.
- Golf shoes that mold to your feet in just a few rounds are what you prefer.
- You're looking for super-grippy spiked kicks that don't leave a mark on the course.
Who should not buy it
If you want a pair that comes with extra heel padding and whose spikes can also be replaced, check out the Footjoy Traditions. And if you want something considerably lighter, trade the Tour360 22 (479 g) for the Footjoy Hyperflex BOA (363 g).
Tour360 22: Knows no slips nor skids
Professional reviewers-slash-golfers are mighty impressed with the Tour360 22's extraordinary grip. Their comments about it are as follows:
- "Maximum grab and grip."
- "Traction is top."
- "Good amount of grip in all conditions."
Also, the shoe's non-replaceable spikes, which some folks find disappointing, can latch on to damp and soft ground quite well. One expert tried them on initially frosty terrain and, he was smitten by their 10/10 tenacity.
Unwobbles the wobbly on the course
When it comes to stability, the Adidas Tour360 22 goes above and beyond, according to bloggers and golf players. "This shoe is extremely stable," says a vlogger among them. "The base is really solid," says another.
The featured shoe is also a doozy when it comes to keeping your stance and gait as upright as possible. It raked in comments such as "ultimate support" and "exceptional support."
Numerous reviewers, including professional ones, find the Adidas Tour360 22 extremely pampering, with one critic calling it "a triumph in comfort." "My feet felt comfortable, snug, and cocooned," says another. Yet another gear maven describes the shoe as having "great step-in comfort, without feeling overly bouncy."
There's just one thing that a number of golf players complain about this shoe on the comfort front: its rigid heel pre-break-in. It's "harsh on my heels," says a non-professional reviewer. Another experienced golfer got two massive heel blisters. All that said, they worked around this issue by putting plasters on their heels.
Adidas Tour360 22 equals custom fit on day one
Based on reviews, the Tour360 22 has a glove-like fit. Its snug hug, according to a female footwear pundit, is achievable in just a couple of rounds.
Falls on the heavier end of the spectrum
An expert finds Adidas Tour360 22 rather clunky. He wishes it was as light as the Adidas ZG 21, which has a per-shoe weight of 369 g. Case in point: the featured golf kick is 110 g heavier in comparison.
The stylish Adidas Tour360 22
The Tour360 22 is "a standout on the golf course," says one golfer who deeply adores its sporty sneaker aesthetics. "The most stylish shoes available," says another.