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    Hottest Golf Shoe Styles for Spring 2020: Adidas, FootJoy, PUMA, New Balance & More

    Updated: Jul 23, 2020
    Hottest Golf Shoe Styles

    As much of the country slowly defrosts from the winter season, golf shoes are one of the most important articles of your wardrobe to update. Whether you’re a golfer who prefers walking or riding in a cart, you will always be wearing golf shoes on the course.

    And while most of your golf clubs can take a beating season after season, we’re not always so lucky with golf shoes. It isn’t that golf shoes are of lesser quality, but rather you use your golf shoes every round – you can go a round or two without hitting your 6-iron.

    If you’re looking for the best way to slow down your golf spike deterioration rate, it might be time to finally jump on the growing spikeless golf shoe trend. Between the new golf shoe technology and the style, these spikeless shoes have become one of the most popular choices.

    On the flip side, if you tend to play in wet conditions or early in the morning when the dew hasn’t burned off yet, you’re still going to want soft spikes on your golf shoes for increased traction and grip. The general trends you will see among all golf shoes in 2020 are convenience, support and a fun style. Top brands are producing shoes that can be worn on and off the golf course seamlessly, without the need to constantly replace golf shoe spikes or take Advil after walking nine holes.

    Spikeless golf shoes may become the future sneaker for most golfers. With comfort and support in an athletically styled golf shoe, who wouldn’t want to wear them running errands after a round?

    adidas CODECHOAS

    adidas code chaos golf shoe

    Leading the pack in golf shoe innovation is adidas' newly launched CODECHAOS line of spikeless golf shoes. The CODECHAOS is meant to “challenge the definition of what a golf shoe can be.” These shoes are built with the modern golfer in mind.

    “Golf continues to evolve and is in an exciting phase right now where the traditions of the game and how it can be played are all being challenged,” said Masun Denison, Global Footwear Director at Adidas Golf. “We're excited about this movement, which has inspired us to break down barriers and create unique footwear and apparel for anyone that picks up a club.”

    To this end, the CODECHAOS style is progressive and deliberate. In other words, these shoes are meant to stand out but not get you kicked out of the clubhouse. With lots of bright colors to choose from, you can find the right pair for you.

    And that new golf shoe technology? The CODECHAOS features a new highly technical spikeless outsole that blends a soft, yet durable, rubber outsole with a first-of-its-kind TPU insert. The proprietary traction system, Twistgrip, was developed by evaluating heat maps in swing studies – it specifically focuses on the way golfers distribute and shift their weight throughout the golf swing.

    Golfers will be pleased to find that Adidas CODECHAOS shoes come in a BOA Spikeless style as well. If you don’t like tying shoelaces and like the sportier, basketball-shoe look, these golf shoes are for you.

    If you like to set trends on and off the golf course, choose your CODECHAOS golf shoe now.


    FootJoy ProSL

     footjoy pro sl golf shoe

    Fun Fact: The most popular golf shoe on the PGA TOUR is the FootJoy ProSL. So, how could FootJoy completely redesign the shoe? Well, with a little imagination and a lot of technological advances, FootJoy has lived up to its name.

    The all-new 2020 ProSL golf shoe is built on the new Infinity Outsole, which boasts 30% more points of traction, a reimagined PowerHarness to wrap your foot in comfort and release power into your golf swing and a Dual-Density Fine Tuned Foam (FTF) midsole for the perfect balance of stability and comfort.

    With the addition of another model to the ProSL family – the 2020 ProSL Carbon – golfers have yet another great option. The ProSL Carbon golf shoe integrates advanced carbon fiber technology into the midsole for Tour-caliber stability and anti-fatigue energy return.

    The unique outsole shape, which resembles an infinity symbol, optimizes stability with a heel that stretches 11.5% wider than its predecessor. To increase traction, a unique configuration of 189 points of traction are embedded into the infinity shape of the outsole. This translates to 30% more traction elements over 17% more surface area.

    FootJoy’s explanation of their reinvented golf shoes for 2020 essentially means they are extremely comfortable and supportive, thanks to the dual-density midsole. Its advanced design utilizes two densities of FootJoy’s proprietary FineTuned Foam (FTF): a firm FTF around the perimeter for support and control, and a softer FTF under the foot for max cushioning and comfort.

    With multiple layers of comfort and support, along with a super-soft waterproof leather and PowerHarness to hug your feet, the all-new ProSL provides one of the most comfortable walks in golf with maximum medial and lateral control and support. You will also find increased traction in both wet and dry conditions.

    If you need even more comfort and stability in your golf shoes, consider stepping up to the FootJoy ProSL Carbon. With a full-length carbon fiber insert in the midsole of this golf shoe, the carbon fiber flexes and elastically snaps back to its molded position as you walk. This helps you recover more energy with each step while working less. As a result, players experience less leg and foot fatigue with these golf shoes at the end of a round.

    Want to fit in with the pros? Take your pick - FootJoy ProSL or FootJoy ProSL Carbon.


    ASICS Golf Shoes

    asics golf shoe

    When you hear the brand ASICS, you likely think of running shoes, tennis shoes, or maybe even wrestling shoes. A unique collaboration is going to change that in 2020: ASICS golf shoes, in partnership with Srixon, will now be offered in North America, where they will be built with inspiration from ASICS legendary running shoes. These golf shoes will deliver comfort and flexibility while providing outstanding traction and stability.

    “I’m excited to introduce ASICS golf shoes into the U.S. golf market with the GEL-COURSE Glide and GEL COURSE Duo BOA models,” said Mike Powell, President of Sales and Marketing at Srixon/Cleveland Golf/XXIO. “ASICS is a huge global sports brand and widely recognized as the leader in performance footwear. They have a rich heritage of innovation and product quality and align with our values as a company. These two golf shoe models will appeal to golfers that enjoy an active and healthy outdoor lifestyle and love the performance and comfort that ASICS is famous for.”

    These two ASICS styles are essentially running shoes-turned-golf shoes, so they look far more like sneakers than traditional golf shoes. But with more and more golfers turning to casual options, these golf shoes are sure to catch the eye of runners that also happen to golf. Featuring ASICS FlyteFoam technology for lightweight comfort and the Boa lacing system for a precise fit, the GEL-COURSE Duo BOA works in tandem with your swing for ultimate stability and traction around the course.

    Want to be a trendsetter? Check out these comfortable and versatile ASICS golf shoes.


    Puma Caged

    puma caged golf shoe

    Building on the success of their groundbreaking PWRADAPT pods that allow each spike to move independently, Puma Golf has come out with the next iteration of the golf shoes worn by PGA Tour players Gary Woodland and Bryson DeChambeau. New for 2020, the PUMA IGNITE PWRADAPT Caged Disc golf shoes have been designed to fit your feet for extreme comfort on the golf course.

    How can PUMA golf guarantee the perfect fit? The PUMA PWRCAGE cage encloses the shoe, joining the midsole. To further secure your foot, PUMA enlists the Disc lacing system to tighten the saddle and the Heel Lock Window to support your heels. There’s no way you’ll be swinging out of your shoes with the PUMA Golf.

    On the comfort side, you will immediately notice the Adaptive Fit System, which is essentially an internal bootie that encompasses and supports the foot, especially in high-wear areas. Additionally, the full-length IGNITE Foam cushioning platform and PWRADAPT Technology provide responsive comfort and 3-dimensional golf shoe traction that adapts to the way you move.

    Bonus: All PUMA golf shoes come with a 1-year waterproof guarantee.

    Ready to not swing out of your golf shoes? Secure your feet by choosing PUMA Caged.


    New Balance 574 Greens

    new balance 574 greens golf shoe

    If you recall the iconic New Balance Court Classics, you’ll recognize the New Balance 574 Greens. The 574 Greens golf shoes combine New Balance comfort, durability and laid-back style with golf-specific traction technology designed for stability.

    New Balance enhanced comfort in the 574 Greens by including a wider forefoot and an extra thick PU sock liner for what they call “step-in cushioning.” The microfiber leather and mesh upper offers durability and breathability in these golf shoes. Additionally, the 574 Greens are waterproof and include a 2-year waterproof warranty.