Perhaps it is only in the game of Golf would the popular adage “dress for success" could ring so much true. The social status in a game of golf is never overlooked. In fact, it is often regarded as epitome of one’s success. The golf clubs, the accessories, the clothes, and the golf shoes, in a golf club everyone weighs and deliberates everybody’s interaction and belongings as a status of their success, or the fatness of their bank account.
However the adage does have other positives other than contributing to one’s social factor however minimal. It allows greater traction on the green for instance. Grass on the green can be moist sometimes, and when it is moist, occurrences of slips aren’t that uncommon especially on uncleated shoes. Some shoes also provide zany comfort useless or not, such as Nike Golf Shoes Verdana Limited’s Encapsulated Heel Air and Forefront Zoom Air which for the life of me I cannot fathom what use it serve. Maybe it is an interesting conversation piece?
Golf shoes are long regarded as a fashion accessory and nothing more. You can do as much and be comfortable besides with an ordinary cleated pair. So why do these revolutionary golf shoes still come pouring in? More fashion conceivably? You’ll be surprised at the technology that’s been embedded at golf shoes which needed really was only cleats. Why do they believe that golf shoes needs the tweaking that would allow for a little twist and let you achieve a longer drive? You be the judge. Here’s the best of them.
Nike Verdana Limited Stream Line for $34.95
* Innersole: Encapsulated Heel Air and Forefoot Zoom Air Unit What it does: Provides responsive cushioning for the life of the shoe.
* Supple full grain leather with Water Shield waterproof membrane What it does: Will keep the foot dry though out the round.
* T@C rubber outsole technology with LP Scorpion Spikes and Q-LOK system.
* 1 year limited waterproof warranty.
* 45 day limited comfort warranty.
Perhaps the most useful option is surprisingly only the warranties. Perhaps the cushioning would provide comfort, given the long distances the holes are spaced. Then again, golf courses are made on earth, not cement, so there could be no further cushioning needed besides what a regular shoe could afford. And did they mean the waterproof-ness of the supple grain leather is not designed to last? That would be a handy option, especially if water will begin breaking in before the warranty expires. Then again, most shoes are water proof, and they don’t carry the “Water Shield Waterproof Membrane" price tag. So, are you going to bite? Maybe all of these could be useful to you, cushioning plus waterproof plus warranty.
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