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adidas Golf Shoes

Step up your game and play your best round in golf shoes from adidas. From high-performance techs that level up your game to spiked and spikeless designs that take you from tee-off to the 19th hole, we've got you covered.

  1. Dial Up Your Fit: From laces to slip-ons, adidas makes golf shoes that fit your feet. In some models, a BOA® Fit System ensures micro-adjustment, effortless on-and-off, and secure, consistent hold.
  2. Borrowed From Tennis: With golf tennis shoes like the Stan Smith, you can get heritage court style with course-ready details. With leather or synthetic uppers, they're made for social rounds and casual days.
  3. Weatherproof Protection: Stay the course for 18 holes, even when the skies open up, in a pair of waterproof golf sneakers from adidas. They're made with RAIN.RDY to keep your feet dry as you swing through.
  4. Easy Transition: A spikeless outsole with raised lugs stays put on the green and lets you transition from the course to the clubhouse.
  5. Classic Meets Modern: Walk the fairways in style in golf shoes that carry tradition forward. Some models are made with a detachable kiltie lace cover and a perforated upper for timeless appeal.

Climb the leaderboard from first tee to final putt in men's golf shoes from adidas.

Golf Shoes & Sneakers Frequently Asked Questions

adidas Climaproof golf shoes are seam-sealed and water resistant. For fully waterproof golf shoes, look for adidas RAIN.RDY technology, which has replaced the Climaproof technology. RAIN.RDY golf shoes channel rain away and keep water out so feet stay dry for all 18 holes.
Golf shoes shouldn’t be too tight or too loose. They should fit snugly at the midfoot so your feet aren’t slipping around in the shoe. They should be snug in the heel, too, to help prevent rubbing and blisters, but not so tight that they hurt. The toe box should be wide enough that your toes can relax and spread easily, allowing a full and natural grip. Take measurements of both feet and use the larger of the two to determine your size; you can always add an insole to make up the difference. Check that the shoe's width accommodates the broadest section of your foot. If your shoes are too loose, your feet may slide when you swing the club. When swinging, a loose fit can cause you to lose your balance. If you want to play your best golf, stability is always key.
Golf shoes do make a difference on the course. Whether they’re spiked or spikeless, golf shoes are designed to provide sure tractio as you rotate through your swing. That traction is also necessary for wet grass, uneven surfaces and unpredictable weather. Golf shoe uppers are optimized for breathability and durability, so you can play every round in comfort. Spikeless golf shoes with features like a Traxion outsole and an adidas Boost midsole give you cushioning and versatile style from the course to the clubhouse. You can read more about choosing the right golf shoes with our guide.