New Skechers GOGolf lightweight golf shoe range

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THIS new golf shoe range from lifestyle footwear leader Skechers looks interesting – and is said to one of the lightest golf shoes on the market.

The Skechers GOGolf range for men and women has just been released into Australian stores.

The range utilises performance innovations found in Skechers’ running footwear and seems to be getting very good reviews by overseas golfers online for their lightweight feel, comfort and performance.

Key features touted include:

  • A zero drop design keeps your foot in a neutral position that’s low to the ground for a solid foundation.
  • A seamless water-seal waterproof upper.
  • GOimpulse sensors (as found on all Skechers Performance styles) on the sole provide extra traction control and responsive feedback.
  • Flexible turf cleated outsole for added grip.

The range retails in Australia for $179.95 and you can find local stockists by calling 1800 655 154

Skechers is an award-winning global leader in the lifestyle footwear industry that designs, develops, and markets lifestyle and sporting footwear. The company has been around since 1992 and bases its success on its high quality, stylish and affordable product lines.

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