Adidas Tour360 22 golf shoes provide better fit and traction

The Adidas’ Tour360 golf shoe has been a signature style of the company for the last 17 years. When Adidas first developed the shoe, they pushed the boundaries of what a traditional golf shoe should look like and settled into a more sporty performance look. Now Adidas’ most popular tour shoe just received an upgrade with better fit and traction.

The new Tour360 ’22 shoe features a Dualstack midsole, Geofit collar pad, 3D Torsion System, Insite sockliner and an innovative traction system called Spikemore.

White and Silver Metallic Tour360 22. (Adidas)

The Dualstack Midsole combines Adidas’ full-length Boost cushioning with a horseshoe-shaped EVA stability frame. This ensures lightweight stability in the shoe. The Geofit collar pad adds a personalized fit to the top of the foot.

The new Spikemore technology injects the cleats directly onto the TPU sole. There are no replaceable cleats, but the Spikemore design allowed Adidas to position large cleat-like traction elements in new areas, and adjust their density and weight, which helps with green friendliness.

In addition to their laced models, Adidas is offering a BOA option. The BOA Fit System includes micro-adjustable Li2 wraps around the heel which locks the foot into place while providing an easy customized fit.

The new Tour360 22 shoes will be seen on all your favorite tour players including current World No. 3, Dustin Johnson and 2020 Olympic gold medalist Xander Schauffele.

Pink and white women's BOA style

Pink and white women’s BOA style of Tour360 22. (Adidas)

“I’ve worn almost every model of TOUR360 since I started my career and I’m always amazed at how the footwear team continues to raise the bar year after year,” said Johnson. “I really like the design and style with this new model, but the traction, feel and comfort I get definitely make this the best version of the TOUR360 that I’ve ever worn.”

In addition to the men’s version, Adidas is offering a Tour360 ’22 for women. The shoes offer identical technologies and features, but the shape of the women’s version is slightly wider in the forefoot and narrower in the heel area to more closely match the shape of most women’s feet.

The men’s Tour360 22 will cost $210 while the women’s version will be $200 available at and select retailers beginning January 28. the BOA versions will be available starting March 1.

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New Adidas Tour360 22 golf shoes provide better fit, traction

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