Equipment Review: Adizero Sport II golf shoes
These golf shoes mean your feet won't ever get wet again on the course.
The Adiizero Sport II is, speaking bluntly, one of my favorite golf shoes I've ever worn.
I thought I would like them just based on how they look but the functionality and comfort of these things is pretty tough to beat.
How do they work?
I presume that if you can read words you know how a pair of shoes works but here's the cool thing about the Adizero Sport IIs -- they're waterproof.
Yes, that makes them a bit more toasty in the summer but the benefit is well worth the tradeoff.
I can't tell you the number of times I've gone out for a round and had my feet soaking wet because I was fishing my ball out of a water hazard. That never happens with these babies.
True story: A buddy and I were playing a few weeks ago and there was standing water in a bunker in front of the green. It wasn't small puddle, either.
He was hesitant to go in after his ball and we were having trouble finding it with the rake. Enter: the Adizero Sport IIs. I just walked right and grabbed his ball and he played it outside the bunker. Not a drop of water on my socks or feet.
Why do you need this product?
I'm a big fan of their versatility. Because these shoes are spikeless you can (and I do) wear them off the course. I actually feel so stable in them that I've thought about playing softball in them in my local rec league.
Great shoe, good price.
How much are they?
The shoes retail for $120 and are totally worth it.
For more information about the product you can go to the Adidas Golf page here.
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