adidas Golf expands Tour360 family with Knit and EQT Boa models

adidas Golf expands Tour360 family with Knit and EQT Boa models

adidas Golf is expanding its Tour360 lineup, bringing new looks and features to the company's flagship golf shoe brand.

The first new model is the Tour360 Knit, which implements the adidas Primeknit technology into the upper of the shoe. Primeknit offers a unique aesthetic, certainly for a golf shoe, but it's also a performance fabric offering breathability and stretch properties to improve comfort. A rib-knit material replaces the traditional collar for extra comfort as well.

Despite the comfort and breathability of the Primeknit, adidas still offers a one-year waterproof guarantee on the shoes, which feature full-length Boost midsole cushioning like the current Tour360. adidas uses a special film around the lower-half of the upper for additional waterproof protection on wet surfaces.

A 10-cleat TPU outsole features the company's proprietary cleats for stability, while a fitfoam sockliner helps with support and cushioning.

If you're a Boa closure system fan (and you should be, it's fantastic), the Tour360 EQT Boa offers the most-advanced iteration of the system on the market, the IP1. With the turn of a dial, a golfer can have a shoe fit their specific shape and desired comfort not only at the start of the round but throughout the round with ease. The EQT is different in that the system allows a golfer to tighten around both the midfoot and the full heel of the shoe for maximum stability.

A new TPU top plate wraps higher in the saddle and heel for stability, while full-length Boost cushioning offers fantastic comfort and cushioning. A premium leather and microfiber upper has a two-year waterproof guarantee. The 10-cleat TPU outsole delivers great traction while the Torsion Tunnel offer heel and forefoot flexibility.

The adidas golf Tour360 Knit ($180 per pair) and Tour360 EQT Boa ($230 per pair) are available now.

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