These SQAIRZ shoes are big on comfort and stability to keep your game sharp

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SQAIRZ will provide function and fashion on the course.

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As summer kicks into high gear and your rounds of golf increase, you’ll put some serious miles on your shoes. In fact, it might even be time to think about getting a new set of kicks for your wardrobe. And one brand big on comfortability and stability is SQAIRZ.

The brand’s new Arrow and 20/20 shoes stress comfort and functionality while providing performance benefits as well.

“Some of the shoes golfers used to wear, they were useless. They didn’t do anything for you. You might as well have been swinging in your bare feet,” says Nick Faldo, a SQAIRZ ambassador. “With SQAIRZ, it’s not just about style, it’s science. It’ll help your stability, your comfort, and give you that little bit of an advantage that everybody wants.”

Both shoes are outfitted with the patented SQAIRZ toe, which allows for the toes to sit naturally in the shoe, allowing for full range of motion and performance benefits. Additionally, the shoes have a “symmetrically wider base” to give your swing more stability and balance. The shoes are also 100% waterproof and come with a two-year warranty.

They are available now in a few different color options and retail at $199.97. Check them out below.

SQAIRZ – Arrow

$199.97
Patented SQAIRZ toe allows the toes to spread and sit naturally in the shoes, which enables the feet to experience full range of motion, unparalleled comfort, and feel for the ground, while Torque Generation System is built for superior ground connection to maximize torque, swing speed and distance.
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SQAIRZ – 20/20

$199.97
Patented SQAIRZ toe allows the toes to spread and sit naturally in the shoes which enables the feet to experience full range of motion, unparalleled comfort, and feel for the ground, while Torque Generation System is built for superior ground connection to maximize torque, swing speed and distance.
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Zephyr Melton is an assistant editor for GOLF.com.