Best Light Golf Shoes in 2020
FootJoy Men's Superlites XP Golf Shoes Grey 11 M, Light US
- LIGHTWEIGHT PERFORMANCE - Sport performance mesh uppers provide lightweight comfort while staying cool.
- WATERPROOF - FJ warrants that this golf shoe will be waterproof in normal use for one year (U.S. Warranty).
Skechers Men's Drive 4 Golf Shoe, Charcoal/red, 10.5 M US
- Water Resistant
- Casual design
- Ultra flight foam
Skechers Men's Max Golf Shoe, Black/red, 11.5 M US
- Skechers GOGA Max insole delivers enhanced high-rebound cushioning for all day comfort
- Durable Grip TPU Outsole with a spikeless bottom
- Water Resistant
- Synthetic upper
adidas Men's Adicross Bounce Golf Shoe, Light Solid Grey/Black, 9.5 M US
- Full-Length bounce foam midsole is engineered specifically for golf & features dramatic grooves for enhanced cushioning, comfort and stability for maximum golf performance
- External TPU heel clip for added stability and support
- Non-Marking adiwear rubber spikeless outsole with pure motion flexibility features 181 strategically-placed lugs for optimal grip, green-friendliness, and wear anywhere versatility
- Uppers feature a new forging technique that reinforces the shoe and provides increased lateral support and stability in golf specific areas
- Cloud foam insole provides everlasting cushioning, support and comfort
ECCO Men's S-Lite Golf Shoe, White Yak Leather, 44 M EU (10-10.5 US)
- Our lightest leather golf shoe ever! Combining perforated Yak leather with a highly innovative ultra-light DynaKnit E-DTS outsole
- Bold, bright, and packed with technology, this men's golf shoe represents the best in modern sportswear
- Outsole features wider heel base for improved stability during your swing and transition while being flexible, strong and durable
- Molded leather heel counter and inside toe and lateral reinforcements for stability on the course
- FLUIDFORM midsole with wing wrapping on the side for good stability
Skechers Women's Max Golf Shoe, Light Blue, 7 M US
- Spikeless, durabel grip TPU outsole
- Ultra-lightweight, responsive ULTRA Flight cushioning
- GOGA MAX insole delivers enhanced high-rebound cushioning
- Water resistant
- Synthetic Upper
New Balance Women's Minimus SL Breathable Spikeless Comfort Golf Shoe, Light Grey, 7.5 M
- Breathable mesh upper with ultralight synthetic overlays
- Revlite 4mm drop* midsole provides lightweight cushioning & premium responsiveness
- Flexible Endurance spikeless rubber outsole
- Ortholite insole for cool, dry comfort
- closure type: Lace Up
Skechers Men's Go Drive 2 Relaxed Fit Golf-Shoes,charcoal/blue,10.5 M US
- Durable rubber traction plate
- Resalyte midsole insert
- Goga Mat insole for high-rebound cushioning
- Breathable, wicking lining
- Water Resistant
FootJoy Women's Leisure-Previous Season Style Golf Shoes Grey 8 M, Light US
- Synthetic sole
- Shaft measures approximately mid-top from arch
- Lightweight mesh - breath easy engineered Mesh offers lightweight comfort and durability, Waterproof - fj warrants that this golf shoe will be waterproof in normal use for One year (U.S. Warranty), Enhanced traction - This durable rubber outsole is a proprietary compound that provides turf gripping performance and durability, lace-up
adidas Men's Tour 360 Boost Golf Shoe LIGHT ONIX GREY, 10.5 M US
- Energized cushioning and comfort from full-length boosttm midsole foam
- Premium leather upper with climaproof technology for a rich look, soft, comfortable feel and long lasting protection and durability
- Stability re-engineered 360wrap with lighter and more flexible saddle material
- Advanced dual-density 10-cleat puremotion tpu outsole with strategically-placed centraxion and thintech cleats provides improved stability and grip where they're needed most
- New torsion tunnel provides independent flexibility and control between the heel and forefoot while providing enhanced arch support and improved green friendliness
Cyber Security: What Governments May Learn If They Spy on You
Edward Snowden has brought the issue of online privacy back to the top of our agenda. Still, this may feel like something that happens to others, and not us. But, what if we could put ourselves in the shoes of a person under surveillance? Enter Immersion.
Edward Snowden brought the issue of online privacy back to the top of our agenda, when he revealed how much of the average citizen's personal details were being collected, stored and analyzed, by the American Government. Still, this kind of news can feel like a distant reality somehow; like something that is done to everyone else, but us. But, what if we could put ourselves in the shoes of a person under surveillance? Well, enter Immersion.
Immersion is an online tool developed by three researchers at the MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) that allows users to have a sort of God-like view of their email lives. Through basic information extracted from an email account ("From", "To", "Cc" and "Timestamp" fields), this tool developed by researchers D. Simonov, D. Jadish, and C. Hidalgo, is able to present the account owner with a list of his contacts and their interconnections, displayed in a very visual manner, which challenges the user to consider issues such as:
My five and a half years of Gmail activity, for example, tell me that family and friends are the core of my email life. I email my wife the most, followed by my two brothers, their wives, and other three very close friends. I guess that this would be, in part, a direct result of a lot of traveling and relocation, and also of trying to use separate email accounts, for work and for personal life.
Now, imagine if one of the persons I communicate with the most was to be implicated on a terrorist plot of which I knew nothing about: could I be automatically taken for a key suspect by my Government? Keep in mind that this knowledge goes back as far as the age of my email account, and that the same principle of surveillance could be applied to my communications by phone and text message.
What about you: What would they find out if they spied on you? Do you know? Well, why don't you give Immersion a go yourself?
To view your own info, simply head to the Immersion website and login with your Gmail address, and then wait for a few minutes as it gathers your information for presentation. Note that the tool only works with Gmail accounts at the moment. And be sure to read the privacy terms and disclaimers on the site before logging in. Enjoy.
Lastly, do let me know what your thoughts are on Immersion, and on the whole cyber security issue. And if you try the tool yourself, it would be great to know your opinion on the results.