The new Adidas Golf Boost golf shoes will certainly put a spring in your step.

As well as being incredibly light, the Boost cushioning technology almost makes it feel like you are bouncing along.

TaylorMade-Adidas Golf staffers Jason Day and Dustin Johnson have been among those to take advantage of the new technology which is now available in golf shoes for the first time.

The innovative boost foam cushioning has been used in running, basketball and baseball footwear but now designers claim to have created the most comfortable footwear in Adidas Golf history.


Firstly, I think Adidas Boost look fantastic and I’d definitely wear them as a pair of trainers off the course.

And there is little doubt they are among the most comfortable shoes I have ever worn let alone golf shoes.

They are incredibly light – one of the lightest golf shoes on the market.
For summer golf over here in the UK, I think Adidas Boost will be a real hit with the consumers I haven’t had chance to wear them for playing golf over here in the UK but wore them during a round in Florida and still felt light on my feet by the time I made it back to the clubhouse.

For summer golf over here in the UK, I think Adidas Boost will be a real hit with the consumers. 

Despite the gripmore traction on the sole, I’m not sure how well they will cope on a wet and muddy course in February, but once the fairways start to firm up they will be ideal.

Jason Day is a big fan.

“When I first put them on, I immediately noticed how comfortable they were,” he said.

“I didn’t want to take them off.

The women’s Boost features many of the same design properties and technologies as the men’s model.

The men’s Boost will be available in five colours: white/core black/bahia blue, core black/neo iron metallic, dark silver metallic/white/night flash, white/silver metallic, white & night flash/silver metallic/solar yellow. 

The women’s adipower boost will be offered in two colours: white/silver metallic/flash purple & clear grey/white/flash red

Available: 27th February 2015 

SRP: £129.99

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