Adidas Golf Shoes Best Price in 2020
adidas Men's Icon Bounce, Grey/White/Carbon, 11 M US
- Lace closure
- Nubuck upper with perforations
- Stealtrax outsole plate; Abrasion-resistant Ironskin toe cap; Padded tongue with supportive tongue wings
- Flexible Bounce midsole cushioning
- Stealtrax outsole plate designed for softball-specific movements and enhanced traction while playing any position on the field
adidas Men's Tech Response Golf Shoe, Black, 10.5 M US
adidas Women's Adipure Sport Golf Shoe, Core Black/Real Coral, 7.5 Medium US
- New highly flexible adiwear spikeless outsole with pure motion lugs for optimal traction
- New adipure women's last features a more rounded toe and lower ceiling height for improved comfort and aesthetics
- Fitfoam PU sock liner
adidas Golf Men's Tour360 Boost Spiked Shoe,Black/Black/Gold Metallic,10 D(M) US
adidas Performance Men's Copa Mundial Soccer Shoe,Black/White/Black,9.5 M US
- Legendary soccer cleats for stability on firm natural ground
- Leather upper with premium K-leather in the forefoot for comfort and flexibility
- Move with explosive speed and traction on dry natural grass with the Firm Ground outsole
- Die-cut EVA midsole for lightweight comfort
- Soft, durable synthetic lining
adidas Men's Icon Bounce, White Grey, 10.5 M US
- Bounce cushioning provides enhanced comfort and flexibility
- Nubuck upper with perforated vamp for breathability
- Ironskin toe cap provides superior abrasion resistance in key toe-drag area
- Padded tongue reduces lace pressure; Tongue wings for a locked-down midfoot fit
- Stealtrax outsole plate designed for baseball-specific movements and enhanced traction while playing any position on the field
TaylorMade Driver-M2 2017 10.5 M Golf Driver, Right Hand
- All-new multi-material construction saves weight & repositions CG low and back; 6-layer carbon crown with 911 skeletal Titanium body frees up weight and heavy back weight
- Geocoustic technology is advanced sole shaping with recessed toe panel that enables club face expansion for added forgiveness and externalized sound ribs
- Deeper, more active speed pocket with 3x more active than original M2 to increase flexion and forgiveness across the clubface and generates high launch/low spin shots to achieve massive distance
- Ff2ff precision process with crown-to-body craftsmanship of the highest quality and manufacturing repeatability for consistent look and performance
- Premium features and options include Fujikura XLR8 Pro Stock shaft with 30+ additional no-upcharge shafts, dual feel grip, and ultra-lightweight, aluminum, 4 degree loft sleeve with 12 settings
adidas Men's Adilette Shower Slides, White/Black/White, 10
- Single-bandage synthetic upper for a soft feel
- EVA outsole for lightweight comfort
- Soft Cloudfoam footbed for quick-dry comfort
adidas Performance Men's MUNDIAL TEAM Athletic Shoe, black/white/red, 9 M US
- Split-suede leather upper
- Synthetic lining for comfort
- Die-cut EVA insole for lightweight comfort
- Pre-molded EVA midsole for lightweight cushioning
- TRAXION outsole for maximum grip in all directions
adidas Duramo Slide Sandal,Black/White/Black,11 M US
- Single-bandage molded EVA upper
- Textured footbed for comfort
- Injected EVA outsole for lightweight comfort
Adidas' Springblade Looking to Transform the Art of Running
The adidas Springblade: It looks like it was crafted without flaw – not that it is perfect, but that it’s so flawless in shape that perfection is a default condition -- and then you see those blades.
The form seems perfect.
Formed cleanly in silhouette, lines streaming along the length of the shoe. Vented mesh zones in high contrast colors and those timeless stripes in three. It looks like something The Jetsons might have worn. It looks like it was crafted without flaw - not that it is perfect, but that it's so flawless in shape that perfection is a default condition.
And then you look at those blades.
The adidas adipure Springblade (or Springblade, for short) is something beyond. A shoe without a sole? It's almost like saying someone is human without a soul; the two belong together and are virtually inconceivable without one having the other. The Springblade is like that, but yet it survives without its greatest characteristic in its more common form.
(Photos of the Springblade are available here.)
To say the Springblade is "intriguing", to me, is like saying the moon is far away. Its very design suggests something otherworldly, and yet is familiar enough to recognize as familiar. Take away the bladed bottom, and it's easily a track spike or discus shoe; even without the springblades, the shoe would be a hit with a traditional sole, but obviously The Brand With The Three Stripes opted for something wilder and more aspirational.
I can't say for certain what I think it will be in detail, but I do believe that the Springblade's success or failure will change how people see athletic footwear. At one time, foam was revolutionary. Before that, a cupsole was something to behold. How we walk is always a matter of the avant-garde. Be it on air or honeycomb plastic or gel or columns, what we walk on in the present always puts us in a place of discovery later.
Adidas has long been a leader in the athletic realm and has its own innovations independent of its almighty competitor in Nike, but adidas has been a David for many years. Springblade, not only as a product, but as a brand of adidas, has the ability to change running, and how we think of running. Springblade can change the industry.
I have my doubts. Is it safe to run on blades on not a solid sole? Can the springblades last? Why they gratify me as an athlete and as a wearer in general?
Even with doubts, I'm optimistic. For one, the foot is still whole. Two, the engineering is clearly visible and implies stability above the springblades themselves, and three, most things thermoplastic in athletic footwear keep; they hold and can withstand the pressures of the human body, which often are hundreds of times more than the body itself weighs, relative to every person's mass and structure.
I'm optimistic. I don't know what to expect exactly, but I hope to I see and understand what the Springblade will offer to the populace and to my curiosity.
We all may see a new era in running.
Sandy Dover is a veteran feature columnist and a longtime Contributor for Yahoo! whose work has also been heavily featured by SLAM Magazine, STACK, and ESPN properties such as TrueHoop and The Shadow League, among other major publications. A media producer, as well as a published author, Sandy is an industry specialist and expert concerning the NBA, footwear and sportwear product, lifestyle amp; fashion, and fitness amp; training. You can find Sandy at about.me/SandyDover.