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adidas Debuts Prime Mover

211668-LILLEGRAVEN_DJOHNSON_3423-a10c3b-original-1464726165Earlier this golf season, adidas Golf debuted the Tour 360 Prime Boost, with Sergio García being the first touring professional to don that shoe in competition, at the 2016 Masters.

They are most notable for their seamless knitted uppers that are designed to provide what company officials describe as “breathability and stretchability” in an effort to produce better comfort and performance. Adidas officials also tout them for the 50/50 Protect technology that is used to ensure that the lower half is waterproof.

At the same time, full-length Boost material is employed in the forefoot and heel to provide energized cushioning, while a lighter and more flexible 360 Wrap saddle allows for greater adjustability. In addition, a new S-curve heel shape is made to follow the natural contours of the foot, for a better fit.

This version of the Tour 360 Boost also boasts several of the same features used in the original, such as a dual-density, 10-cleat Puremotion TPU outsole with CenTraXion and Thintech cleats. A new Torsion Tunnel has been added to provide independent flexibility and control between the heel and the forefoot, with enhanced arch support, while the Fitfoam GEO collar and tongue foam are made to improve cushioning.

Screen Shot 2016-08-29 at 10.25.03 AMFinally, a new lining material has been engineered to reduce friction, moisture and heat.

Republished with permission by Global Golf Post.