Asics unveils first-ever golf shoes in new partnership with Srixon/Cleveland

Asics has two new golf shoe models on the market.

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Asics has never had trouble with 26.2 miles. Now, in a partnership with Srixon/Cleveland Golf to distribute golf shoes in North America, Asics has plans to conquer 18 holes as well.

The iconic running brand’s technology is evident in the two new pairs available — the seven-spike Gel-Course Duo BOA and the spikeless Gel-Course Glide. Each pair features Asics Gel in the heel for shock absorption, FlyteFoam along the base for weight reduction and ample ankle padding.

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In addition, the Gel-Course Duo BOA is waterproof and offers fit customization through its BOA Lacing System, a dial on the side of the shoe that can tighten or loosen the laces. As usual, Asics is going the extra mile.

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Asics Gel-Course Duo BOA golf shoes

Highly flexible yet highly stable with full waterproofing and spike traction. Three colors available (black/gunmetal shown)

Asics Gel-Course Glide golf shoes

High-comfort spikeless design with standard lacing for on- and off-course wear. Four colors available (white/polar shown).
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