Gallery : adizero one lifts off at Marina Bay

The lightest golf shoe ever created by adidas Golf lifted the spirits of many golfing fans today at Marina Bay Driving Range as the adizero one was unveiled. The large crowd that turned out across the day had the chance to test out how it felt to walk on air as they could exchange their own shoes for the adizero one and try them out on the range while using some of TaylorMade’s latest clubs including the JetSpeed range, TP irons and the SLDR family too.

The adizero one, a visually appealing design that tips the scales at less than 10 ounces, 10% lighter than the adizero Tour. With adizero one, adidas Golf has taken adizero footwear to a new level of light, delivering more stability than ever before in the lightest cleated performance golf shoe the company has ever created.

While traditional golf shoe construction requires the stitching of multiple layers, adidas golf designers pushed the limits of engineering to create a new, ultra-light one-piece fused upper that bonds together five layers to deliver a consistent glove-like fit on the foot.

To further reduce weight while increasing stability, a lighter and thinner seven-cleat performance outsole (formerly 10 in the adizero Tour) was developed which measures 20% wider than adizero Tour. For superior on-course performance, designers combined valuable tour player feedback with biomechanical analysis to strategically locate the seven cleats, highlighted by a revolutionary and proprietary center cleat utilizing CenTraXion™ technology to provide ultimate grip while maintaining superlative stability throughout the swing.

The adizero One shoe is retailing at $259 and adizero Sport II (Spikeless) is retailing at $179.

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