The much anticipated Adidas AdiZero One golf shoes have finally arrived online at Golfposer and we bring you a full review of the 2014 Adidas golf shoe collection!
Earlier this week, Adidas launched the brand new AdiZero One golf shoes for 2014 and the new design has received top reviews from across the online community. The original lightweight AdiZero golf shoe was a huge success in itself last year, but the new look and even lighter next generation model takes comfort and performance to a whole new level.
At a time when every new golf shoe seems to be getting lighter and lighter but often compromising on stability and overall feel, the Adidas design team have finally come up with a lightweight golf shoe which meets all of our needs. As soon as you lift the AdiZero One, you notice a difference not just in terms of weight but also with the overall design; this shoe fills you with a confidence which may not have been quite as assertive last year. Weighing just 272g (10% lighter), these new Adidas golf shoes have a strong yet lightweight sole which is 20% wider and also features a new 7 cleat system with a special cenTraXion centralised spike. Golf brands can often be criticised for their gimmick-like features with products and shoes in particular, but this unique central cleat actually makes a huge difference during the swing.
Adidas created a storm of online conversation with the launch of the AdiZero One, with multiple celebrity golfers all providing well-synchronised promotional tweets, but we can assure you that the hype was fully justified. If it wasn't the shoe's comfort and performance getting the attention, it was the impressive look and appealing colour ways which were catching the eye. The 'solar blue' colour scheme has been favoured in the advertising campaigns and is currently being worn on tour by Sergio Garcia and Jason Day, but we also love the white with silver combination for a fresh look this Spring/Summer. Include the two year waterproof warranty and you begin to understand why the early adopters have been full of high praise for the AdiZero One golf shoes.
These same two colours are featured with the spikeless AdiZero Sport II model for 2014, whilst the latest update of the AdiCross golf shoe has also been singled out for being far superior than its predecessors. Rounding off the collection, the SuperStar golf shoe is the new Samba in that this classic Adidas trainer provides the basis for this new style of casual looking golf footwear. Stylish, comfortable, fully waterproof and affordable; what more could you ask of a £79.00 golf shoe?