Best Traction Golf Shoes in 2020
Golfkicks Golf Shoe Traction Kit with DIY Golf Spikes - Add Golf Cleats to Any Shoe, 20 Count, Cloud Light Grey - As Seen On Shark Tank
- SPIKE YOUR SNEAKERS. Transform any shoes into golf shoes. Our revolutionary, easy-to-install cleats get your street shoes ready for the course. Golfkicks' patent-pending Traction Kit frees your feet from boring golf shoes so you can wear what you want.
- GRIP 'N RIP CLEAT. Made with a metal core and a durable rubber overmold, Golfkicks are built tough with a soft feel underfoot. Install on your favorite shoes, then play in comfort and style. Includes: 20 Cleats, 1 marker and 1 5mm HEX installation tool.
- SHOE COMPATABILITY. Use on shoes with flat soles and minimum sole thickness of 1/3". Harder/high carbon rubber soles provide optimal hold. Spongy/foam rubber soles and outsoles with deep tread are less reliable. Pro Tip: Use Shoe Goo to increase hold.
- EASY INSTALLATION. Map cleat positions then use hex driver to screw discs until snug against sole. Golfkicks are meant to be permanent. Avoid removing and re-installing in the same place as this will cause the sole to weaken and be less supportive.
Skechers Men's Torque Waterproof Golf Shoe, Black/red, 10.5 W US
- Replaceable soft spikes
- Synthetic upper
- Ultra flight foam
adidas Men's CP Traxion SL Golf Shoe, Clear Onix/FTWR White/Grey, 10.5 M US
- Lightweight microfiber leather upper with textile quarter
- Lightweight Cloudfoam sockliner with durable spikeless Adiwear outsole and X-Traxion lug shapes and deep flex grooves
- Flexible Bounce midsole cushioning; Low-profile Thintech brings you closer to the ground
- Supportive and comfortable feel
- Breathable, water-repellent Climastorm with a slightly wider forefoot
FootJoy Men's Originals Golf Shoes White 8 M Brown, US
- Proprietary DuraMax rubber outsole compound provides remarkable traction and stability
- Synthetic sole
- Shaft measures approximately mid-top from arch
- AUSTIN LAST - Built on the Austin Last, this last offers the fullest rounded toe character, fullest fit across forefoot, standard instep and heel.
- LIGHTWEIGHT CUSHIONING - EVA (ethyl vinyl acetate) Fit-Beds provide lightweight cushioning underfoot. EVA does not take a set, so the cushioning will remain the same for the life of the shoe., EASY CARE CONSTRUCTION - This easy care synthetic upper offers outstanding 1 year waterproof comfort, breathability, and durability., ENHANCED TRACTION - This DuraMax rubber outsole is a proprietary compound that provides turf gripping performance and durability., lace-up
Skechers Men's Drive 4 Golf Shoe, Black/Blue, 11 M US
- Water Resistant
- Casual design
- Ultra flight foam
FootJoy Men's Flex Golf Shoes, Navy, 9.5 W US
- Performance Mesh - lightweight performance mesh delivers incredible comfort, breathability and all-day comfort
- Complete support - a soft EVA midsole provides increased underfoot cushioning, enhanced comfort and exceptional stability
- Versatile traction - The versa-trax outsole is engineered with traction elements to create an outsole that is perfect for on course performance with wear-to-the-course versatility. Each traction zone maximizes traction during your swing
- Laser sport fit - offers a full rounded toe character with a standard fit across the forefoot and instep. A toe spring and a slightly narrow heel completes the athletic profile
- Closure Type: Lace Up
Skechers Men's Max Golf Shoe, Gray/Navy Textile, 10 W US
- Spikeless Design
- Water Resistant
- Mesh Upper
ECCO Men's Biom Hybrid 2 Hydromax Golf Shoe, Mahogany/oyester, 44 M EU (10-10.5 US)
- Weather Resistance Naturally soft, breathable and strong yak leather uppers are treated with HYDROMAX and an anti stain formula for superb protection from the elements
- Anatomical Last Shape Developed by scanning the feet of 2,500 athletes to provide ideal levels of support
- Tour Proven Traction Constructed from TPU a highly durable, wear resistant material the molded traction bars offer hundreds of traction angles for superb grip
- Technical Insole System A new, ultra premium insole with silicon printing helps prevent unwanted foot movement during the swing
- Removable insole
Puma Golf Men's Ignite Nxt Lace Golf Shoe, puma Black-puma Silver-puma White, 13 M US
- Performance Mesh +TPU
- Ignite Foam
- Waterproof Mesh
- Organic Traction
adidas Men's Adipower 4ORGED S Golf Shoe, core Black/FTWR White/Silver Metallic, 11 M US
- Forged microfiber leather and textile upper with a thin TPU film
- Puremotion spikeless outsole with strategically placed Adiwear traction
- Flexible Bounce forefoot cushioning with responsive Boost midsole
- Adaptive and breathable with soft stretch
- Breathable, water-repellent Climastorm
How to Create More Open Communication With Your Kids
We all love our children and want to do what's best for them. The pressures of day-to-day life, however, can create stress and distraction that makes it difficult to communicate with our children as we should.
In order to work to build a more peaceful and satisfying relationship with our children, we need to find a way to understand our kids and get them to really hear what we're trying to tell them.
One of the most common mistakes that parents make when trying to talk to their children is a poor environment. If you're trying to talk to your child about something important, you should find a location where your child will feel safe enough to open up to you. If there are other people present, you may find that you get protests, denials, and other defensive behavior instead of the truthful conversation you're seeking. Equally important, are the distractions that will pull you away from a conversation. The ideal environment for a conversation would be a quiet place where the both of you can have privacy, and there are no external distractions. Choose a time of day that is comfortable for both of you, to avoid distractions. Most important is the ability to focus all of your attention on your child and the conversation.
Parents often talk too much and do not listen enough. It may seem a bit harsh to think, but most of the time, what your child has to say to you is far more important than what you have to say to your child. Why is this? Your child has something important to share with you. Whatever he or she is thinking or feeling is important and you cannot possibly help your child if you do not know what's going on. As a parent, if you do most of the talking, your child will feel like they're not having a conversation at all, but instead, being lectured. Children often shut down when they feel they're being lectured to. Ask your child inviting questions and be sure to truly listen to their responses. Be aware of your child's emotional status. When you do talk, you should always remind your child that you love him or her without conditions. Regardless of the problem, let your child contribute to the solution! You may find yourself surprised at the wisdom you're faced with.
Repeated criticism causes deep emotional and psychological scarring. That alone is reason enough not to use such an approach with children. It doesn't get what is wanted anyway. Most people shut down when they feel they are being attacked. Real communication isn't possible. A parent's responsibility to help children become happy, successful adults. As such, our children need to feel good about themselves. Children who are put-down develop a negative idea of who they are. This plays out in everything they think or do. Our children often become the very labels we put on them. Do not, under any circumstances, use words that can put your child down. Allow children to experience the natural consequences of their actions. By allowing this process to occur, you allow your child to learn what works and what doesn't.
Regardless of your child's age, they need to have some say in what happens to them. They also need to feel understood, especially by their parents. Battling your children over unimportant issues, such as clothing and hair, causes tension that's unnecessary and it can be exhausting! Just as you have your own personal preferences, your child has their own. At every option, give your child choices that are age appropriate. As for your child's opinions whenever possible and not just about superficial things. When you listen to your child's ideas, he or she will cooperate with you more. Let go of your need to completely control your child. Within in the proper limits, allow your child to have the freedom to make some of his or her own decisions.
If you're not doing it already, have family meetings on a regular basis. Invite everyone's ideas about issues such as family rules, events, and even chores. When families sit down together to discuss the issues that affect them all, everyone feels like part of a team.
Never communicate with your child when you are angry and frustrated. The negative energy gets picked up on quickly by children - before you even speak. To keep them from shutting down, you should bring an inviting energy to the conversation. Don't go into the conversation with the attempt to confront. It's important to shift your energy before you interact with your child. This is easier to do if you are alone and in a quiet place. Stop focusing on the things that caused your anger, and shift your attention to things about your child that you can appreciate. Focus on the love you have for your child and allow yourself to truly feel that love. Bring that love to the conversation. Your child will feel it and will be much more open, providing you room for a meaningful conversation.
When communication is open and easy to accomplish, being together as a family will feel much better. There's nothing greater than having a family that communicates well together.