adidas introduces new shoe
adidas Golf is introducing its new adicross II, which is designed to combine all of the performance benefits of a traditional golf shoe with the off-course versatility and contemporary styling of a casual shoe, to the market on Nov. 1. adicross II features new, strategically-placed square-shaped traction lugs and updated outsole design to promote improved traction and to reduce marking on the putting surface. New “flex grooves” are positioned at the forefoot to promote superior flexibility, natural feel and solid sole-to-ground contact throughout the swing.
Infused with classic adidas styling, adicross II’s full-grain leather upper is both lightweight and durable, and golfers can choose between a classic lace-up and a fashion-forward Velcro-strap. PGA Tour pro Justin Rose introduced the original adicross on tour in September 2011. Offered in medium and wide widths, lace-up versions are available in three colorways: Black/Dark Silver Metallic/Dark Silver Metallic, Tan Brown/Black/Scout Metallic, and Running White/Tan Brown/Energy at a suggested price of $90. Velcro-strap versions are available in two colorways: Running White/Black/Fashion Performance Glow, and Black/Dark Silver/Fashion Performance Highlighter at a suggested price of $80.
Compiled by Alan Blondin, firstname.lastname@example.org
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