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Pro Tip: Adidas Golf Shoes Raise Sustainability Standards

Updated: Jul 14, 2021
Pro Tip Adidas Golf - Play With Purpose

Adidas Golf has more than dipped their toes into sustainability; every new golf shoe in their sustainability collection this year is made with a certain percentage of recycled plastic. With several different sustainables practices underway at Adidas, you now have the option of finding golf shoes made of “upcycled” plastic.

Nowadays, everyone is starting to realize the truth behind Pro Tip #75 -- style still plays a large role on the golf course, but sustainability is quickly becoming another priority with the younger generations. They take “look good, feel good” to another level, and Adidas Golf is leading the trend. Parley for the Oceans is a collaboration of eco-focused brands looking to save our planet. As a founding member, Adidas worked with Parley to design an upcycled shoe to present to the United Nations in 2015.

Parley for the Oceans has an elaborate process to collect, clean and ready plastic for its next life. Eventually, resin pellets are sent to Adidas to mold into certain parts of their shoe as well as into other apparel. Adidas even uses illegal fishing net remains to create yarn in the tongue of some of their shoes. Adidas’ goal is to make 100% upcycled shoes by 2024 and ultimately eliminate all plastic use.

Adidas’ Sustainable Golf Shoes Making a Splash

Adidas Code Chaos Shoes

Let’s dive into what those shoes have evolved into this year. The popular Adidas CodeChaos golf shoes are made of recycled plastic and still contain some of the most comfort-inducing technology on the market. The popular Boost midsole has LPGA star Jessica Korda saying she feels like she’s walking on a cloud. Despite being spikeless, these Adidas golf shoes have high traction and remain waterproof and lightweight.

The Adidas Primeblue golf shoes also contain similar technology, but they are specifically created with Parley Ocean Plastic® and have more of a sneaker-like feel. The iconic Adidas stripes are a focal point of the shoe design, and you would feel comfortable wearing this golf shoe to the course and the gym.

Wherever your feet decide to take you, take comfort in knowing your purchase is helping to save the ocean. Adidas’ sustainable shoes are leading the charge in saving the planet; it certainly doesn’t hurt Adidas men’s golf shoes aren’t also extremely comfortable and stylish.