Who should buy Adidas ZG21

The Adidas ZG21 is for golfers who:

  • are in search of the lightest Adidas spiked shoe
  • need a golf shoe that they can use during the wet season

Adidas ZG21 label

Who should NOT buy Adidas ZG21

This Adidas ZG21 is designed with a traditional lace-up closure. If you like this shoe but prefer a BOA closure, check out the ZG21 BOA

If you like a lightweight golf shoe with no spikes, you can opt to get the Adidas Code Chaos, the lightest spikeless golf shoe from the brand.  

Adidas ZG21 three stripes

Adidas ZG21: A wonderful blend of support and cushioning

The majority of golfers are mind-blown with the Adidas ZG21's in-step ease. An expert loves how it provides "a wonderful blend of support and cushioning" while walking and swinging.

Adidas ZG21 midsole

Efficiency and energy conservation are provided by the pair's springy cushioning. This is thanks to its Boost-equipped midsole.

Aside from being responsive, this offers supportive comfort. This shoe uses a hybrid Lightstrike and Boost midsole design that works well for walking and powerful swings.

While the midsole part is well-cushioned, the heel part lacks cushioning, which results in some heel issues like heel rubbing.

This is the brand's lightest spiked shoe

Adidas was able to release the lightest spikeless shoe, the CodeChaos, without compromising performance and now the brand wanted to release the lightest spiked golf shoe

Adidas ZG21 back part

With the ZG21, Adidas achieved weight reduction in every shoe aspect by using advanced materials such as Boost and Lightstrike cushioning.

The Adidas ZG21 is lauded for being 24% lighter than its Tour 360 XT predecessor. The ZG21 weighs 13 oz (368 g), while the 360 XT is 17 oz (485 g).

Do not be afraid of slippery courses

Well-spaced spikes and supportive cushioning work together in offering excellent sure-footedness while swinging and walking on slippery courses.

Adidas ZG21 outsole

The size-cleat Thintech design offers excellent grip, foothold, and close-to-the-ground feel.

No matter the weather, your feet are safe

The Adidas ZG21 keeps the wearer's foot dry on damp courses.

Adidas ZG21 waterproof upper

The pair's waterproof Sprintskin will keep the foot dry and comfy no matter the weather.

The Adidas ZG21 is available in BOA and lace-up closure

This model is offered in two retention options: BOA and lace-up, allowing the athlete to choose according to their desire. 

Adidas ZG21 laces closure

The minimalistic design of the lightest spiked shoe from Adidas

The clean and smart design of the ZG21 has been met with warm compliments by most players. Some have described it as "minimal, futuristic, and athletic that appeals to various tastes."

Adidas ZG21 toebox

An earth-friendly shoe from the Three Stripes

This shoe's upper is made of 20% recycled materials.

The Adidas ZG21 isn't hardwearing

A couple of reviewers griped about the durability of the Adidas ZG21. Either the lining of the heel wears out after no more than a dozen uses, or the heel rips after 20 rounds of golf.

Facts / Specs

Weight: Men 13oz
Outsole: Spiked
Waterproofing: Waterproof
Material: Synthetic Upper
Closure: Laces
Collection: Adidas Boost
Style: Athletic

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Author
Cesar Monasterio
Cesar Monasterio

Cesar Monasterio is considered one of the best Argentine golfers of his generation. He is one of only 13 players to have victories on all three European golf circuits: European Tour, Challenge Tour, and Legends Tour. In 2014 he won the English Senior Open and was voted Rookie of the Year on the Legends Tour. Mr Monasterio represented his country in the 1995 World Cup. Still active and competing with a strong focus, he is the president of the Argentine Professional Golf Tour and the coach of several prestigious golfers. Finally, he is a specialist golf "Blacksmith" repairing golf clubs precisely at the workshop set in his house for this fine purpose.