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They've been a pleasure to wear during the summer months, and I'll seriously consider wearing them over the winter should they continue to stand up to the test.
With the lifestyle adjustments of golfers these days, having something that would make their lives easier and comfortable are features that are always welcomed. The Tour360 EQT BOA addresses most of the players' demands and more. The BOA lacing system serves as the highlight of the shoe as it brings a quick adjustment on and off the course. Along with its other additions like Boost, CenTraXion, ThinTech, Sprintskin, and Climaproof, this trainer is a refreshing sight on the fairway.
Better ground-feel with Thintech. Adidas brings Thintech, a technology that places the foot close to the ground. Having this feature draws in several benefits into one's game like increased power, balance, stability, and smooth power transfer from one foot to the other.
Link it with Torsion. After traction has been taken care of, Adidas ensures that arch support is not compromised. Enter the Torsion Tunnel. It bridges the forefoot and the heel, giving both independent flexibility and control without damaging the fairway.
Trusty Ten. The spiked outsole of the Tour360 EQT BOA is equipped with ten strategically-placed CenTraXion. It grips the ground to the maximum and gives the wearer stability when making a swing.
Boost to boost the game. While there are new technologies that are injected on the shoe, proven ones like the Boost were applied for the EQT BOA. Working on a simple concept: what you give is what you get, users can ultimately make use of its responsive feature in whatever movement they do.
Contour is not just for the face. The sockliner is equipped with FitFoam SlowRecovery PU sockliner. It molds to the shape of the foot to give a custom fit and feel.
Rich upper for the rich man's sport. The smooth premium leather and microfiber upper make the shoe look premium. More than its looks, it brings several benefits like comfort, durability, and breathability.
Sealed with Sprintskin. Initially seen on football trainers, the upper of this golf shoe is clad with Sprintskin. It is a single-layer synthetic that is designed to boost the trainer's performance in wet conditions by letting the water slide through the upper instead of it being absorbed.
Protected with Climaproof. Having wet feet is the least problem that one should think of in golf. The Climaproof equips the trainer in becoming an all-weather piece. The treated later optimizes the body temperature and shields against outdoor challenges like snow, rain, storms, and wind.
Closed by BOA. Unlike the traditional lace-up, this shoe steps it up a notch through the BOA closure system. The IP1 incremental pull-and-push structure and the top-lateral eyestay are designed for that quick micro-adjustability. It is strengthened by the Fitfoam Geo collar, which enhances the comfort and fit of the shoe.
Being one of the oldest and most traditional sports in the world, there are several changes that we've seen on golf shoes. One that tops the list is the fashion. The profile of the shoe matches its somewhat futuristic look but, because of its sleek upper and almost complete monochromatic look, it also leans towards a classic and versatile silhouette.