Skechers unveil new designer footwear

  • Golf
  • Sunday, 19 Jul 2020

The new designer golf shoes.

SKECHERS have unveiled their new Go Golf Torque-Twist shoes in Malaysia. They have lightweight synthetic uppers and an Ultra Flight midsole, which also offers dense and responsive cushioning and responsible for maintaining comfort.

The Goga Max insole delivers enhanced high-rebound cushioning, while the molded rubber bottom plate and replaceable soft spikes ensure good traction.

Skechers H2GO shield provides the waterproof protection one needs when the weather goes south.

The twist dial lacing system allows for the freedom to customise one’s perfect fit.

These shoes feature Skechers H2GO protection, smooth synthetic upper with nearly seamless design, molded rubber grip bottom plate, ultra-lightweight, responsive cushioning, Skechers Goga Max technology insole for high-rebound cushioning, replaceable softspikes for maximum grip, with the spikes replaceable using Softspikes Stealth

Pin system.

The construction features smooth synthetic uppers with leather-look finish, contrast coloured side designs, twist dial adjustable front closure for an ideal fit, soft fabric shoe lining and a cushioned

comfort insole.

The Skechers Go Golf Torque-Twist come with a suggested price tag of RM749.

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