Whether you're a tournament-level golfer, play an occasional weekend round or land somewhere in between, the right shoes for your game make all the difference. Our adidas golf shoes are designed for comfort and performance, with a wide range of styles that makes it easy to find the perfect pair. adidas Boost cushioning provides step-in comfort and continually gives back energy, so you feel fresh from first tee to final putt. If walking the course is your thing, adidas Bounce midsoles combine cushioning and flexibility, and Lightstrike delivers a lightweight feel so you can walk 18 holes without ever thinking about your feet. Weather-resistant styles include those with leather uppers and mesh designs with a waterproof film coating to keep your feet dry in damp conditions.
Golf cleats provide solid traction on the course, giving you stance stability and power through your swing. Our SPIKEMORE traction features direct-inject cleats that deliver optimal grip on greens and fairways without tiring spike pressure. Spikeless golf shoes combine stability and traction on the course with versatility for all-day wear. For confident spikeless traction, look for our Twist Grip outsole with gripmore® rubber for secure footing through your swing. We never leave style out of the equation when it comes to our golf sneakers — you'll find everything from tour pro-style shoes to running-inspired designs and archival favorites made for the course. Explore our selection of golf shoes from adidas and get ready to play.
Frequently Asked Questions about Golf Shoes
Are adidas Climaproof golf shoes waterproof?
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.
Is it better for golf shoes to be tight or loose?
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.
Do golf shoes really make a difference?
Golf shoes do make a difference on the course. Whether they’re spiked or spikeless, golf shoes are designed to provide sure traction 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.