Hey, guys; long time no talk. So, uh . . . wanna chat golf? Following a slew of “Free-inspired” golf shoes over the last few years, notably in Tiger Woods’s “TW” signature series, the Swoosh’s links line is finally going full bore toward everyone’s favorite barefoot tech — at least as far as names go. Meet the Nike Free Golf.
Billed as “the first true Nike Free experience for Nike Golf,” the new silhouette marries together stability, traction and flexibility like never before. A seamless lightweight upper is locked down with Flywire and an asymmetrical collar, with a waterproof finish promising all-weather protection. A Phylon midsole keeps things things light and cushy over 9 or 18 holes, built atop a Nike Free Adaptive Traction outsole and TPU spikes that offer superlative traction and natural movement.
Dropping in an array of colorways for both men and women, the Nike Free Golf will hit shelves in the spring — looks like March at the moment — carrying a $175 price tag.