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Nike Golf Men’s Nike TW ’14 Golf Shoe

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Nike Golf is passionately dedicated to ushering in the future of this great sport by developing groundbreaking innovations that enable athletes to perform at their physical and mental peak. We believe that your footwear is the foundation of every shot and have developed many styles to deliver comfort while promoting better balance, weight transfer and power through impact. Nike Golf footwear offers an ergonomic design that supports ideal natural motion and flexibility, and golf specific lug patterns for penetrating traction, lateral support and walking comfort.The new Nike Lunar Control footwear imparts innovation in every detail, delivering performance that exceeds golfers’ expectations. Nike Golf is passionately dedicated to ushering in the future of this great sport by developing groundbreaking innovations that enable athletes to perform at their physical and mental peak. We believe that your footwear is the foundation of every shot and have developed many styles to deliver comfort while promoting better balance, weight transfer and power through impact. Nike Golf footwear offers an ergonomic design that supports ideal natural motion and flexibility, and golf specific lug patterns for penetrating traction, lateral support and walking comfort.

Product Features

  • Leather
  • Imported
  • Synthetic sole
  • Premium microfiber synthetic leather upper
  • Internal fit system with dynamic flywire

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Comments

miguel says:

Great golf shoe! My knees had been bothering me when I’d walk 18 a couple days in a row so I ordered these. The front of the shoe is somewhat wide and felt a little big when I first put them on. But after walking a good number of rounds since I have no complaints. I had my old pair of Adidas (which weren’t bad shoes either) for about 3 years and it was to the point that my feet and legs would ache as if the shoes were sucking the energy out of me, especially towards the end of the round. I tried putting insoles…

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