Under Armour Releases New Shoes

Finally the full details on Under Armour's Drive One, Tempo Tour, and Tempo Hybrid golf shoes.

Under Armour Finally Unveils Its New Golf Shoes

The Wait is over! At least that’s what Under Armour said two weeks ago when they released a silhouette image without any details of the soon coming shoes. But now the wait is actually over! Well . . . that wait is over to pre-order the new Under Armour golf shoes. We have details, but you still have to wait until April 4 to get them on your feet.

On to the details.

UA Drive One Golf Shoes ($199.99)

Under Armour Drive One

You know them, they’re the ones that Jordan Spieth wears, and now you can get the second coming of the shoe.

The Under Armour Drive One golf shoe will be available in three colors (sizes 8-13), but they won’t ship until May 5.

Under Armour’s highest performance golf shoe has waterproof Outdry® technology with a lightweight microfiber upper to keep the wearer cool and dry. Inside the shoe is a Micro G® foam cushion sole and a removable, dual-density sockliner that forms to your foot.

UA got its biggest footwear start in football, and the inspiration is evident in the cleat-inspired carbon heal counter which is meant to provide a high level of stability in the swing.

See it here.

UA Tempo Tour ($219.99)

Under Armour Tempo Tour

The price topper of the trio is constructed from breathable, full-grain leather and a lightweight waterproof membrane that Under Armour says will keep you cool and dry. That comes backed by a 2-year waterproof warranty.

Similar to the Drive One, the Under Armour Tempo Tour golf shoe has a removable molded sockliner, but the Tempo Tour differs in that it has a Charged Cushioning® midsole that provides support and energy return. It’s similar in concept to the adidas Tour 360 Boost foam.

A built-in, lateral TPU wrap stabilizes your heel in the swing, and it prevents you from rolling over in the shoe.

Both the UA Drive one and the UA Tempo Tour have CHAMP Zarma Tour® spikes sticking you to the ground.

The Under Armour Tempo Tour comes in sizes 6.5-16 and colors white, black, and more white . . . more white is all white, not to be confused with white. Available April 4. See it here.

UA Tempo Hybrid ($159.99)

Under Armour Tempo Hybrid

The Under Armour Tempo Hybrid is the post-round-stroll shoe of the three. Much more casual, and far less rigid, the Tempo Hybrid is a spikeless golf shoe with an upper constructed from ultra-soft, water-resistant leather. It too has a removable, molded sockliner that adds extra support.

Like it’s two big brothers, the Tempo Hybrid has Charged Cushioning® tech in the midsole for energy transfer and a built-in rubber bumper to prevent foot twisting from the energy transfer a golf swing.

Available April 4 in sizes 6.5-16, the Under Armour Tempo Hybrid comes in four colors: white, black, gravel, and Cleveland Brown. See it here.

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One Comment
  • golfwalker25@gmail.com'
    Niles Walker
    17 April 2016 at 6:36 pm

    Well, I personally think these are the same athletic shoes with spikes.

    Their athletic shoes have possibly the worst last and dimensions in my estimation in the industry. Way too low in the heel cup, toe boxes an awful shape. On first look, these are very similar if identical.

    The regular golfer need lateral support, and my flops might be equal to these.

    Sorry, but FJ or Adidas still win out in golf shoes. They can do all the JS marketing they want, who know what he is really playing in.

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