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adidas Golf Introduces Black BOOST To Its Footwear For The First Time

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For the first time ever, adidas is adding colored BOOST technology to three of its popular golf silhouettes. Available on the TOUR360, TOUR360 Knit, and Crossknit 2.0, select Three Stripes golf athletes will introduce the new models on the links at this weekend’s WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play. Replacing the customarily white BOOST midsole, this new black look offers a cleaner and more uniform shoe, as the rest of the upper is adorned in a matching black.

“BOOST changed the game for players when we brought it into our golf category,” Masun Denison, global footwear director of adidas Golf said. “Now with the introduction of this special edition colored BOOST, golfers can add another style option to their lineup while still enjoying the benefits that only BOOST can deliver.”

Similar to the NMD and Ultra BOOST models that popularized the cushioning technology, wearers will be provided with incredibly energy return, unmatched comfort, and long-lasting durability. Pairs of adidas Golf’s newest collection are currently available at adidas.com, ranging from $160 to $210 USD.

adidas Golf Tour 360 Knit
Style Code: AC8526

adidas Golf Crossknit 2
Style Code: F33734

adidas Golf Tour360
Style Code: F33728