The coolest kicks from the 2021 Open Championship so far
Major weeks have come to mean major golf shoe drops, and our favorite Tour players haven’t disappointed with their shoe game this week so far. Scroll down to shop a few of our favorites from the likes of Brooks Koepka, Justin Rose, Bryson DeChambeau, and more!
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Puma IGNITE PWRADAPT Caged
The sneaker-like Puma IGNITE PWRADAPT Caged golf shoe provides comfort, support and excellent grip on and off the golf course. Underneath, the PWRAdapt outsole is equipped with pods that allow the spikes to move independently from each other, providing a unique 3-dimensional traction pattern and enhanced gripping power. Comfort and support come from a PWRCage saddle for a snug fit, a PWRFrame that is strategically placed at the shoe’s upper to provide support in high stress areas, and an adaptive fit system that provides 360-degree support through the internal bootie structure. Also, the IGNITE foam midsole provides energy return, responsive comfort, and stable cushioning all round long.
Adidas Stan Smith
The Adidas Stan Smith is an iconic golf sneaker. It features a kiltie, broguing perf detailing, and sustainable upper material. The sneaker is constructed with a spikeless outsole that is on and off course friendly.
The Adidas ZG21 golf shoe provides excellent support, cushioning, and grip for on course action. It features an INSITE SOCKLINER and a SOFT TEXTILE UPPER with TPU FILM for foot support. ZG21 also features BOOST CUSHIONING for easy motion and walking. The outsole combines low-cut SPIKED CLEATS and AGGRESSIVE TRACTION LUGS for exceptional grip during each golf swing.
Footjoy Premiere Series – Black Watch Packard
These limited-edition Harris Tweed Footjoys have a quintessentially British feel, making them the perfect shoe for Open Championship week.
Nike Air Zoom Victory Tour 2 NRG
As seen on Rory and Brooks (among many others) this week, these Nike’s draw inspiration from the 19th hole — dart boards, pool tables and bar stools, hence the cork detailing.