Style and tradition in modern comfort

  • Golf
  • Sunday, 07 Jun 2020

G/FORE products are not designed in a cubicle and tested in a factory – they’re born out of a desire to honour the rich tradition of golf while injecting a little more fun and flair into the game.

That is the statement from the brand when launching their Gallivanter golf shoes.

“As stylish as it is comfortable, these Gallivanter golf shoes combine an athletic fit with premium waterproof leather in signature G/Fore colourways, ” the company said. “Custom designed by our team of footwear experts, the Gallivanter boasts an ultra-lightweight sole, coupled with a bespoke cleat design for optimal on-course traction.

“The shoe sports a washable and anti-microbial, triple density foam cushion foot-bed for superior comfort.

“The G/Fore’s Comfort System technology also allows airflow to the feet and provides a massage for your soles.”

Among the upper features are the waterproof full-grain leather that meets the demands of the course, cushioned interior-side quarters, tongue and heel-counter for superior comfort and the athletic anti-microbial mesh lining that enhances breathability.

The insole comes with a premium custom triple density foam cushioned foot-bed, dual density moulded EVA foam heel cup with an enhanced thickness and resiliency for direct under-heel comfort, as well as the Comfort System technology.

The Gallivanter sole is surprisingly light at just 13oz.

A pair of the G/Fore Gallivanter shoes retail at RM1,050 and are used by some of the biggest Tour stars including Phil Mickelson, Bubba Watson, Brandt Snedeker, Danny Willet and Nelly Korda.

They are exclusively available in Malaysia at MST Golf stores.

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