The iconic Adidas Samba has been reimagined for the golf course

The Adidas Samba were made famous on the soccer field, but now you can wear them on a new kind of turf: the golf course.

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The Adidas Samba is arguably one of the brands most iconic shoes ever. They were made famous on the soccer field, but now you can wear them on a new kind of turf: the golf course. This limited-edition run comes in four muted, pastel colors — crystal white, halo blue, pulse yellow and clear pink — to round out summer’s end in style.

On the surface, they look mostly the same as the classic indoor soccer shoe. However, the original design has been reimagined specifically for golfers. The soft, 50 percent recycled upper has the classic Samba T-toe shape and three-stripe design and is reinforced to give you the stability you need to support a powerful swing. The spikeless rubber outsole enhances that stability even more with its unique and versatile traction pattern.

The shoes will officially go on sale at Adidas.com at 11 a.m. ET today (Thursday). You can use the button below to head over there and snag a pair for yourself while supplies last.

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Adidas Special Edition Samba Spikeless Golf Shoe

$120
This iconic Adidas silhouette has been reimagined for golfers. Available in four unique colorways, this soccer-meets-golf style offers versatile stability and traction so you can have a comfortable and stylish round.
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Emily Haas

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