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The New Adidas TOUR360 Shoe

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The fall line of Adidas golf shoes is coming out  with an update to the TOUR360.  The shoes have a low-profile base which tout the ability to bring a player closer to the turf.  This is to give greater feel, feedback, control, and consistency to promote better ball-striking.  These shoes are poised toward the golf swing and needs of the better player.  The models are the TOUR360 LTD and TOUR360 3.0.  The TOUR360 LTD also includes the Teach edition that is designed for the teaching professional and is designed to go from the office to the course with ease.

The specs of the shoe are as follows:

3D FitFOAM insert for support, customization, and cushioning

THiNTech low profile outsole for improved feel response

10 cleat outsole that supports higher swing speeds

DTAC cleats

Hand finished full grain leather and 360WRAP with Mono-Tongue construction for a glove-like fit on the LTD.  This model also has a 2-year warranty and a suggested retail price of $250.

Rich full grain leather and 360WRAP featuring 3DFit moulded saddle and heel on the 3.0.  The 3.0 also comes with a 2-year warranty and has a suggested retail price of $180.

 TOUR360 3.0

 

TOUR360 LTD

 

TOUR360 3.0

 

TOUR360 3.0

 

TOUR360 3.0

 

 

 

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  1. Spencer

    Aug 14, 2008 at 4:59 pm

    I had seen a pic of these not too long ago and thought it was a prototype they were working on. But just in case, I just picked up a pair of 2008 360 II. Thank goodness they were still available because these are horrendous.

  2. mikeb3565

    Aug 14, 2008 at 8:04 am

    where can i get a pair?

  3. Marls

    Aug 12, 2008 at 12:04 pm

    I actually like the new red/white 360 3.0’s after looking at them several times since the article was posted. I own (x2) of the TW SP-8’s and (x2) of the 360 Tour LTD, so there is certainly no need for me to have another pair of shoes, but I have grown to like their looks.

  4. Little g (my rapper name)

    Aug 10, 2008 at 10:06 pm

    Excellent looking shoe… if you are a rapper and want to try golf. Fo shizzle!

  5. Mutley

    Aug 8, 2008 at 8:46 am

    Yeeeuch! A great example either of a company trying too hard, or of one listening to much to designers…you can imagine;

    ‘I’m not sure, they look a bit over-designed’

    ‘Trust me, golfers will love it!’

    Oh dear. I’d be embarassed to wear these.

  6. Will

    Aug 7, 2008 at 5:03 pm

    These are the shoe equivilant of Charles Barkley’s golf swing.

  7. bsd

    Aug 6, 2008 at 11:21 pm

    The only pair I would consider would be the 360LTD. And that’s only after getting them on clearance. IMO the current 360 and my Tour Medal II are best looking golf shoes on the market and extremely comfortable as well. I guess I’ll be wearing them for a while until Adidas decides to fire their head designer.

  8. Larry

    Aug 6, 2008 at 2:54 pm

    Just plain terrible looking. With all the choices out there, I wouldn’t even consider these; I don’t care how good they might be. Who are they marketing these towards? Admittedly, a 20-year old might wear something I would not (43 yrs. old), but these are just plain ugly.

  9. Nick

    Aug 6, 2008 at 1:53 pm

    These shoes are so repulsive, I fully expect to see them on the courts of the NBA.

  10. CJ

    Aug 5, 2008 at 10:08 pm

    $250 for any shoes is just plain stupid!!!! Never in a million years would any of them be worth it! Timing to buy new ones on sale is what it’s all about. Don’t like the heel design but probably makes them expensive! ha ha!

  11. Vince

    Aug 4, 2008 at 5:48 pm

    I am in love with the LTD Browns, and the 3.0’s will be better looking in other colors. I hate the white sides and black toes and middle. other than that, they look nice, I love my 360II’s, amazing..cant wait for more pics!

  12. mark

    Aug 4, 2008 at 11:59 am

    i puked in my mouth a lil bit in the first sight of these shoes i would not pay 10 bucks to wear. they need to just make the Limited in more available colors… that would definately sell

  13. Jeff

    Aug 3, 2008 at 5:30 pm

    Terrible! F!! I have a pair of the 360 II’s and I like them, but you have to be kidding me. They should go straight to the clearance rack so they can sell some of them.

  14. bsd

    Aug 2, 2008 at 11:31 pm

    Looks like they tried to take the running shoe route, that’s not going to fly with golfers. Generally you want shoes that will somewhat go with traditional golf attire, these look like your going to run a marathon. I’ll stick with my Tour Metal II and leave the clown shoes to the runners.

  15. JCHOLMAN

    Aug 2, 2008 at 10:09 pm

    Those look like specialized bike cleats. What the hell?

  16. bkingp

    Aug 2, 2008 at 10:08 pm

    I second that. I love my 360. but you can bet Ill never strap those new ones on. As for the limiteds 250$ Is a laugh. Adidas sales are going to drop this quarter

  17. DewDuck

    Aug 2, 2008 at 12:49 pm

    Could be the ugliest shoes I have ever seen. I pray this is a joke.

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Adidas introduces new Go-To Adapt Jacket

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“Fall temps could be all over the place.” –Weather Channel

Adidas’ new Go-To Adapt Jacket is designed to be worn when the weather can not make up its mind. The Go-To Adapt Jacket has a polyester top portion of the chest, shoulders and back which allows for better range of motion and body heat release. The bottom portion is made of fleece to help keep your core warm during the cooler morning tee times. Available for both men and women, this jacket has telescoping sleeves, allowing for the sleeves to be rolled up without stretching them out. The sleeves also feature an articulated elbow region, allowing for full range of motion.

Christine Cowan, global director of apparel, Adidas Golf says, “Golfers are used to having apparel that works for the two temperature extremes. But there are days when you need to be able to transition, for example, from a cooler morning to a warmer afternoon. That’s why we created the Go-To Adapt Jacket, to be the ideal mid-weight option that provides optimal stretch where you need it as well as enhanced breathability. It’s that reliable and perfect piece that can take you through your day, on course and off.”

Designed with the golf swing in mind, some of the key features include

  • Quarter Zip (men’s)
  • Full Zip (women’s)
  • Internal headphone pockets
  • Front-zip pockets
  • Telescope cuff (women’s features thumbholes)
  • Articulated elbows for freedom of movement
  • Water-resistant fabric combined with fleece-lined shell for all weather protection
  • Droptail hem for extra coverage
  • Women’s jacket features a more feminine cut and design
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Callaway Golf releases 2018 Fall Weather Series

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While the cooler weather is fast approaching us, there is no need to put away your clubs and leave the golf course so soon this year! With a stylish, performance-driven collection for both men and women, Callaway Golf is here to help extend your season and keep you comfortable out there regardless of the weather this fall and winter. The 2018 Fall Weather Series is diverse, with multiple products that were designed for you the golfer to be at peak performance at a time of the year when all of your buddies will not.

Greg Hemphill, Senior Director Global soft Goods at Callaway Golf said, “We are excited to bring the 2018 Fall Series to market…from mid-layers to puffer vests, to waterproof jackets and trousers, the Weather Series marries the latest in fiber technology and construction with a sophisticated, aesthetically pleasing design to provide golfers with the new standard in performance outerwear.”

Take a look below at a few selected products that are in the 2018 Fall Weather Series.

Dual Action 1/4 Zip Pull Over & Vest

Callaway chooses an insulated thermal fabric for its heathered fleece sweaters and vests. A Water-repellent exterior and UV Block UPF 50 combine to keep you dry and protected.

Full-Zip Puffer Jacket & Vest

These lightweight garments feature insulated thermal fabric and SWING-TECH shoulder panels for an enhanced range of motion.

Waterproof Seam-Sealed Jacket

With this breathable 3-layer membrane full-zip waterproof jacket, Callaway again includes SWING-TECH mechanical stretch fabric. seam-sealed construction with splash proof zippers are designed to keep you dry.

Waterproof Performance Pant

Callaway’s new rain pant is designed for both breathability and protection from the wet stuff. adjustable snaps, drawstrings and toggle hems on the pant cuff meet a 3-layer waterproof membrane in this performance pant. 

Women’s Quilted Thermore Jacket

Thermore© thermal fabric lines this jacket for maximum on-course warmth. Callaway includes SWING-TECH construction  here as well in a more feminine silhouette. 

More about the new 2018 Fall Series on Callaway Apparel’s website.

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Bubba Watson’s Winning Outfit: 2018 Travelers Championship

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Bubba Watson took down his third career Travelers Championship on Sunday after firing a final-round 63. Like his golf swing, and his golf clubs, Bubba has his own style. He wears a visor, colored gloves, a watch while he plays, and always has his polo buttoned to the top button.

See exactly what Bubba was wearing on Sunday at the 2018 Travelers Championship below!

Bubba’s Winning Outfit

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