Put some spring in your step with a new pair of spikeless golf shoes.
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With spring golf just around the corner, there’s nothing like a new pair of golf shoes to put some pep in your step.
But with so many golf shoe options on the market, it can be difficult to decide which pair to buy. Luckily for you, we’ve got you covered! Spikeless shoes are a great option, not only because of their out-of-the-box comfort, but also because they’re versatile, and can be worn both on and off the course.
Check out our favorite five spikeless golf shoe models for women below, and while you’re shopping, make sure to browse through the rest of our Best Of lists for more items we recommend, and don’t forget to shop all the latest gear for your game in GOLF’s Pro Shop — your ultimate source for cool apparel, training aids, clubs and more.
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Adidas ClimaCool Cage
The Adidas ClimaCool Cage spikeless golf shoe provides a stylish approach for hot, summer days on the golf course. The shoe features breathable mesh fabric with Climacool moisture management to keep your feet cool, comfortable, and dry through the heat and humidity. The ClimaCool Cage is designed with a soft lining and a lightweight cloudfoam sockliner for comfort as you make your way through the course. Extra stability is provided in the midfoot with the lateral stability weld and exceptional traction is found through the Swing Plane Traction heel-to-toe zone. The Puremotion outsole offers durability so you can enjoy your ClimaCool Cage on or off the golf course.
Building on the popular Roshe shoes designed for everyday comfort, the Nike Roshe G spikeless golf shoe comes with a lightweight, breathable upper with a flexible cupsole-like design for maximum cushioning. The foam midsole is also flexible and provides support with every step. Underneath, the spikeless outsole is made to be versatile and able to handle wet or dry conditions with ease. Additional features include gussets on the tongue to help keep debris out and pull tabs at the top and back for easy on and off wear. It’s the kind of golf shoe you could (and should) wear all day long if you feel so inclined.
The Puma MonoLite Cat spikeless golf shoe resembles a boat shoe and is made for a similar purpose: to keep your feet dry and cool on warm summer days. The shoe features a mesh upper that provides breathability to help keep your feet comfortable while the Carbon Rubber outsole with GripZone traction for on and off-course versatility. It’s not the kind of shoe that’s going to prevent your feet from getting wet, but it will help them dry quickly if and when they do. Comfortable, lightweight and stylish, it’s te eperfect shoe for all-day wear, on and off the golf course.
It’s not easy to find the right balance between making a shoe that’s close to the ground while still offering much-needed cushioning, but the geniuses at New Balance found a way. The New Balance Minimus Sport spikeless golf shoe has a breathable mesh upper with FantomFit, which is skeletally engineered to provide ultralight support and fit. But where things get really interesting is with the midsole that has an innovative REVlite foam compound that provides lightweight cushioning and premium responsiveness without minimizing construction or sacrificing underfoot cushioning or stability. It also comes with an Ortholite insole that wicks away moisture, is odor and fungus inhibiting, and allows airflow for cool, dry comfort. On the outside, the NDurance rubber outsole allows for maximum durability used in high wear areas. Staying low to the ground has never been more comfortable.
What if you could transform your favorite pair of sneakers into golf shoes? They’d probably look a lot like these. A supersoft and plush midsole and lightweight performance mesh provide the perfect blend of comfort and breathability.
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