Travis Mathew restocks and relaunches its Match Back Limited Edition polo shirts. The polos are a dope striped 3-button placket, with the Travis Mathew Tour script logo embroidered on the collar. Also be sure to notice the TM icon on the chest as well. Delofted loves these fine details.
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ECCO sneaks us a peek at the new ECCO Golf Street Textile, hitting retail shelves in October. Instead of being completely leather uppers, the kicks are now incorporating textile into the upper design. Delofted will have some original hi-res photos shortly of the samples. Stay tuned.
All black everything. That’s what adidas drops in its monochrome colorway of the Tour 360ATV golf spikes. Head to the dark side and pick up a pair of these for ultimate traction and style. Dope.
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Geometry on a whole new level. Nike adds one more to its Nike Method Core putter franchise to bring the total to six models. The putter features Nike’s major-winning Polymetal groove technology in a high-MOI package. Check out its iconic larger mallet shape and milled face, plus the wing tips! The Drone drops Nov. 1, 2011 at retail, also comes in a belly putter version too. Cost you about $200+.
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adidas drops its version of the spikeless golf shoe with the launch of the Street. Worn famously by Justin Rose last week when he won the BMW Championship, the Street combine iconic adidas styling with full-grain leather for a supple look and feel. What you get is more more natural foot flexion and torsion while cushioning every step. The spikeless outsole has 124 strategically placed traction lugs of varying size for a secure grip. Five colorways and a retail price of around 90 bucks.
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Puma Golf presents something for the ladies with its Cat Women innovative golf shoe. These well-designed puppies have water-repellant uppers with a cushioned midsole and cleat system. The solid rubber outsole with quill clusters offer greater traction on the green. Puma is always pushing the design barrier, and we love it. Available in 3 pretty colorways (silver, black, and blaze yellow).
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One of our favorite companies, people, and products: TRUE Linkswear President, Rob Rigg, stops in for an exclusive Four Essentials piece for Delofted. Rob and his company set out to create ridiculously comfortable golf shoes that truly allowed you to feel the course. Mission accomplished. Ryan Moore has created a ton of buzz for the company on Tour and they’re are proud to see him out there competing with the best in the world. For a small company, the response to their shoes has been positively great from golfers and retailers alike. If you haven’t tried on a pair yet, you don’t know what you’re missing! Go get some.
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Will Tiger switch back to his Nike Zoom TW 2012 spikes and win again, or stick with the Nike Free ones he has been wearing recently? If he switches, he’ll be rocking these Zoom TW’s, with a full-grain waterproof leather and Nike’s lightweight next generation Flywire technology. Nike also included a full-length contoured sockliner with Poron inserts and the badass Zarma Spikes and Tri-LOK system for max power platform. Is it the shoes? Money, it’s gotta be the shoes!!
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Oh yes. Nike drops the VR PRO Limited Edition driver. From the concept to the course, Nike claims to have made this driver for the game’s very best players. Using unique player insights and demanding standards, the VR PRO Limited Edition gives you that Tour-level distance with max workability. The Tour players can hit it, and I’m sure you can too… just abit shorter. We want one.
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Fashion powerhouse Hugo Boss unveils their Black Sunday spikes for Fall 2011. These kicks are dialed in — made from 100% cowskin with a leather lining, rubber Vibram sole, and replaceable spikes. Fine detailing includes green highlighted shoelace eyelets with Boss logo stamp. Black colorway only, of course.
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Mizuno releases footage that takes us on a historic, informational trip about Mizuno’s legendary iron forging process. Masao Nagai, Global Director of Golf R&D at the brand, explains how Mizuno has perfected the art of forging and shows us how its irons are forged from solid metal blocks. Some great insight on the manufacturing action.
Video: Mizuno Europe
Puma Golf releases its new premier shoe, the Special Edition Painterly Splatter for autumn 2011. The spikes have a premium waterproof microfiber synthetic leather, two year waterproof guarantee, and alot of flare for the course. Plus, you get those deadly-looking Smart Quill spikes that are replaceable if you need to.