Nike Roshe Golf Shoes | New Tour Style 2018

We take a closer look at the all new Nike Roshe golf shoes - including the Roshe G Tour - which are based on one of the most iconic Nike sneakers of all time.

Nike Roshe Golf Shoes | Roshe G Tour

We are very excited to reveal the Nike Roshe G Tour golf shoes - a brand new golf specific footwear style which is based on the iconic sneaker silhouette of the same name.


Having already introduced the Roshe into the world of golf footwear earlier this year, Nike Golf have again used this hugely popular last as the basis for their newest tour golf shoe style. Now boasting seven removable CHAMP cleats and a waterproof microfibre upper, these new Nike Roshe Golf shoes have been remastered for the ultimate comfort and performance on the golf course.

One thing that makes the Roshe so popular is the incredulously lightweight comfort which is ensured with every pair. With the new Nike Roshe G Tour - you can expect the very same thanks to the signature Lunarlon midsole cushioning and the 8mm Fitsole sockliner. The synthetic upper further reduces the weight in comparison to other spiked styles on the market.


Even with a reduction in weight, there is minimal trade-off when it comes to support and stability. This is largely thanks to the coupling of the internal heel counter with the extended saddle overlays - both helping to provide that all important locked down feel through the golf swing.

Finally, the Nike Roshe G Tour shoes are super clean in their aesthetic, too. The iconic Nike Swoosh logo is slightly raised off the upper and is located at either side - offering a minimal yet sophisticated look. It's unmistakably a Nike Roshe shoe - but a Nike Roshe shoe built for the most stylish modern golfers.

Nike Roshe Golf Shoes | Camouflage

Before the Nike Roshe G Tour golf shoes arrive in their core seasonal colours of white and black, two limited edition NRG styles will become available in late September.


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Already worn on tour by Tommy Fleetwood at the season-ending Tour Championship, these camouflage Roshe shoes will be the first opportunity for Nike Golf fans to test out the Roshe G Tour golf shoes for themselves. That, coupled with an appearance at the Ryder Cup, will ensure these limited edition NRG shoe styles will fly off the shelves soon after their release at 08:00 BST on Friday 28th September, 2018.

Nike Roshe Golf Shoes | Spikeless

For many years, the Nike Roshe sneaker has been the go-to choice for lightweight comfort, timeless style and ultimate versatility - three key attributes which you will can now enjoy on and off the golf course.


The spikeless "Roshe G" perfectly blends the signature Roshe mesh upper with a spikeless golf specific outsole for the reliable grip & traction which every golfer needs. This new outsole makes use of pressure mapping technology for optimal on-course usage, while the durable rubber material also means that it will be soft enough to wear on any surface which you might encounter off the course, too.

The Nike Roshe G spikeless golf shoes have been available to purchase in a number of colours throughout the year so far - with many more still to come from the brand as we transition through future seasons.

Nike Roshe Golf Shoes | Targeted Traction

The pressure-mapped outsole has already received widespread acclaim for its functionality and clever ingenuity, having previously been a feature on another pair of spikeless Nike golf shoes.


To get the perfect balance of traction and off-course versatility, the Nike shoe designers produced a 3D map of pressure point data (based on a number of golfers' swings) and applied this same spread to an outsole filled with little traction nodules. The nodules were then dispersed and concentrated accordingly with several undulations further enhancing grip in the most important areas.

The end result is an incredibly unique outsole which really does function well on the golf course, but still provides the same soft feel on hard surfaces in the same fashion as a regular sneaker.

Nike Roshe Golf Shoes | Key Attributes

Aside from the golf specific outsole which provides you with targeted traction, there are many other key attributes which help to set the Nike Roshe golf shoes apart from any other spikeless style available on the market.


The flexible mesh upper is one of the main factors for the popularity of a Nike Roshe sneaker and this same fabric upper has been replicated with the Roshe G style. This, in turn, allows for the same incredible comfort with a lightweight feel, while the breathability and flexibility on offer is simply outstanding.

Furthermore, the mid sole has been enhanced with injected foam cushioning to improve your comfort levels once more. Whether you're walking 18 holes, hitting 100 balls at the range or simply running your errands day-to-day, your feet are sure to feel fresh and comfortable all day long thanks to the design of the Nike Roshe G shoes.

Nike Roshe Golf Shoes | Buy Online

We simply love the Nike Roshe G shoes and firmly believe that they will become the must-have "second pair of shoes" for every modern golfer with a keen eye for style.

Nike Roshe golf shoes offer you incredible value and supreme comfort, whether you're wearing them on the golf course, at the golf range or almost anywhere else - for that matter.

Nike Golf are the absolute experts at transforming sneaker silhouettes into golf shoe styles and we honestly believe the Nike Roshe G might just be their best spikeless golf shoe to date.

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2 thoughts on “Nike Roshe Golf Shoes | New Tour Style 2018”

  • Christopher James

    I love the look of these new Nike Roshe golf shoes. They are stylish but look quite stable. With rainy season coming up, I see that they are waterproof, but do you you know how well they will hold up walking 18 muddy holes?

  • Golfposer

    Presumably just as well as any other golf shoe with cleats on Christopher - we're yet to test them but the outsole looks like it will do the job!

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