About Nike Golf Zoom Advance Golf Shoes (For Men)
Closeouts. Providing the cushioning dedicated golfers desire, Nike Golf's Zoom Advance golf shoes don't compromise on support and stability. They feature a midfoot harness system, Zoom cushioning and Power Platform outsole technology.
Specs about Nike Golf Zoom Advance Golf Shoes (For Men)
- Upper: Leather with composite nylon and TPU midfoot
- Lining: Textile
- Removable insole
- Midsole: Phylon
- Outsole: Scorpion Stinger spikes and Tri-LOK system
- Weight (pair): 2 lb. 2 oz.
- Made in China
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Verified Buyer Reviewed by bad golfer from oregon on Friday, February 13, 2015I have not tried them on the course but the feel very stable. My heel slips up and down a little when I walk in them.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by D Sonoma from CA on Thursday, October 23, 2014These shoe are very supportive and feel great on your feet They also look good
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Bobinho from Pittsburgh, PA on Thursday, July 31, 2014These are very nice. They have 4 cleats in the heel where most shoes have two. They were a bit stiff at first but they are feeling great now after my first round using them. Good quality and well made.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by STP Fan from Pocono Mts on Thursday, May 22, 2014I agree with the other reviewers that these are pretty good quality golf shoes, and sharp looking. However, I tried both my nominal size and one half size up, and was not happy with the fit of either. Nominal size fit very well in length and width and tightness, but toe box was slightly too small for me. Half size up fixed that, but then the shoe was too loose at vamp and heel, and tightening the laces did not fix that. Recommendation: if you need a wider toe box, don't bother; but well worth a try otherwise. One other comment - the leather is a little softer than I expected - more like high quality athletic shoes, than like dress shoe leather. Could be a support factor after break-in unless the fit is near perfect. Then again, most golf shoes are now designed to lean toward athletic shoes, and away from more formal shoe appearance, so this is probably the design intention, not a fault.
Reviewed by Ernie D from Florida on Tuesday, April 1, 2014Great
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