Shoe Style

9 golf shoes you can easily wear off the course

*All products featured on Golf Digest are independently selected by our editors. However, when you buy something through our retail links, we may earn an affiliate commission.*
February 01, 2022

As golf apparel modernizes—as seen in the rise of hoodies, joggers, and athleisure on the course—so does golf footwear. Gone are the days of uncomfortable and bulky spiked shoes that you think about changing out of from the moment you step on the course. Traction is a key component for any golf shoe, but that doesn’t have to impact the comfort and style. Over the past few years tons of spikeless shoes with quality traction have hit the shelves, giving golfers options that function both on and off the course. A good pair of spikeless golf shoes will provide the grip you need to ground you in your swing and transition easily to post-round plans, so you don’t have to pack two pairs of shoes every time you play golf. Whether your post-round plans involve hitting the weight room or the bar, these men’s and women’s spikeless golf shoe options won’t have to hide away in your locker.

RELATED: The best men's golf shoes and The best women's golf shoes of 2021

These multifunctional G/FORE golf cross trainers are engineered for both on- and off-course wear. A saw-tooth-inspired traction design on the bottom will keep you from slipping around in the fairway, but seem out of place at the gym or walking the dog. The stylish model also has a waterproof upper and a triple-density foam footbed that adds even more comfort and versatility.


These Adidas golf shoes put a modern twist on the typical spikeless look. Reminiscent of a basketball sneaker, it’s got the brand’s responsive and cushioning Boost technology throughout the entire length of the shoe with a waterproof knit mesh upper to keep things dry while maintaining a lightweight feel.

Nike Air Max 90 G golf shoes will allow you to bring some casual street style to the course. The spikeless design allows you to wear the shoes anywhere, while adding some retro flare to your everyday outfit. Plus, the Air Max technology and foam insole will keep your feet comfortable for hours.


With a spikeless design and sneaker-like silhouette, these Puma shoes are a great option for those who like to transition their golf outfits from on to off the course. Plus, the model features a fusion foam sole and a lacing system that straps your foot in from the heel to toe.

The Roshe G Golf shoes are another Nike option that can easily work with an everyday outfit between rounds. Borrowing from a running shoe design, this pair uses lightweight material throughout the upper but a pressure-mapped outsole to maintain traction.

These ECCO golf shoes use Gore-Tex waterproof material for a great all-weather option. The spikeless model is designed to be windproof and breathable, so you're protected from the elements without overheating.

These ultra-lightweight knit golf shoes from True Linkswear have a barely-there feel with a ton of support from the foam midsole. The sneaker-like silhouette and hybrid tread on the outsole are designed to add traction on the course, but transition into everyday life with ease.

RELATED: Foray Golf teams up with True Linkswear to expand Queen-inspired collection to golf shoes

These easy-to-transition golf shoes are constructed using a waterproof leather material with temperature management technology that will keep you comfortable throughout your round. The modernized classic styling is a great way to enhance any golf look.

RELATED: This upscale shoe company that once sponsored Arnold Palmer has returned to golf


With the look of a trainer but the technology of a golf shoe, these Duca Del Cosma models are both fashionable and practical. Plus, they are waterproof and made of environmentally conscious materials.