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adidas Launches New Adicross Golf Shoes

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adidas Golf official unveils the highly anticipated follow shoe to its popular adizero, the adicross Tour. In a press release issued by the leading footwear manufacturer, the new golf spikes are designed to allow for stability with flexibility, freedom of movement without sacrificing support, and provide lightweight comfort.
The adicross tour features a new PUREMOTIONTM construction TPU outsole for greater stability and PLUSFLEXTM technology for greater flexibility and ground contact to promote more force and power.  Seven-spike configuration with THINTECH® low-profile technology ensures optimal traction and added stability for every condition.
Combining performance with style, the upper touts stand-out design with a new iconic blucher toe, deco-stich detail and is made of premium, full-grain aniline leather complemented by a new ripstop nylon saddle to further increase flexibility. Inside, there is an ultra-light CLOUDFOAMTM sockliner that provides lasting comfort and cushioning with every step.
The new adicross tour is available beginning May 1, 2013 at a retail price of USD200.00 and comes with a two-year waterproof warranty.
adidas is also offering a spikeless version (USD150.00) with the same key features in addition to a torsion bar in the midfoot that extends into the heel for added lateral support and stability.
Not sure when these will be available in the Philippines but they’re sick! Keep an eye out for them and let me know if you see them around.

2 thoughts on “adidas Launches New Adicross Golf Shoes

  1. Pingback: Adidas, Ashworth and Tiger Woods US Open Outfits | Mulligang Golf

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