Who is it for? The New Balance Breeze designed for players looking for an extremely comfortable and breathable golf shoe.
What is it good for?
- The performance mesh is meant to accommodate the cool golf breeze on the insides.
- The spikeless construction and the rigid design of the outsole allow spike-like traction that works well on different ground surfaces.
- The mesh upper may be ideal on hot summer months but not recommended as a transitional piece for winter.
Ndurance is not a strange technology used on New Balance shoes. Golf, specifically, to no surprise, also takes advantage of this rubber outsole as it is ideal for achieving durability despite the aggressive wear.
The NB Breeze makes use of a spikeless outsole. The possession of differently-shaped lugs on various sections of the sole allows a targeted grip for maximum ground control.
A foam insole accommodates the middle ground of this New Balance golf shoes. The cushioning element is called the Cush+, which is a soft yet responsive system that is stable and durable.
Accompanying the Cush+ is a REVlite 10mm drop midsole. This technology prides on giving the same amount of responsiveness and durability as regular NB foams, but with 30% weight reduction.
To draw in additional protection to wick water away from the interior, a forefoot water guard is placed on the outsole.
This American brand takes naming of this shoe seriously. Since mesh dominates almost the entire upper, coolness is highly invited on the interior, making this pair ideal for summer wear.
Supportive overlays are also positioned to put structure on the shoe and welcome additional durability.
The look of the New Balance Breeze falls in the sporty spectrum. While it displays a high resemblance to running shoes and sneakers, it works to its benefit because it can be styled in innumerable ways.
How to style? Don't let its casual aura fool you. Since it functions well in tropical countries and summer months, it is best styled with shorts or slim chinos, paired with collared shirts.