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A look at the revamped Adidas S2G Golf Shoes

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February 02, 2024
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The adidas S2G golf shoe has been released in a few iterations for men and women over the years and loved for the simple, lightweight design. It's a spikeless golf shoe with adidas' sneaker-like styling—which makes it a versatile shoe that doesn't scream "I just came from the golf course," if you want to wear it to post-round plans. To kick off February, adidas just re-released the S2G with fresh colorways, expanded size offerings for those needing a wider fit, two boa options and a leather version that S2G loyalists and newcomers to the silhouette should be excited about. Here's a look at the S2G men's golf shoe collection, available now.

Arguably the most excited release of the 2024 S2G collection is the addition of a leather golf shoe in four colorways. The green and white edition has heritage adidas vibes and no doubt will be a fan favorite come green-jacket time in April.

We're also fans of the blue-striped S2G in a color the brand calls "Collegiate Navy." The blue colorway is found at the stripes and outsole primarily with detail hits at the heel, tongue and toe. It's a more silvery version of traditional navy, which makes it easier to match with the rest of your outfit.

All four versions of the shoe—original, Boa, wide-fit and leather—have a few things in common. The midsoles are made with adidas' Lightstrike cushioning that's designed for explosive moments and quick lateral movements. The responsive midsole technology adds a ton of cushioning without weighing down the shoe.

With the brand's adiwear outsole, the S2G golf shoe's spikeless bottom is built to balance traction, flexibility and have high abrasion resistance. The long-lasting rubber material is known for its durability in tough conditions to extend the lifespan of the shoe.

Aligning with adidas' sustainable mission for 90 percent of products across the brand to be sustainable and to reduce GHG emissions 15 percent per product by 2025, the original, boa and wide version of the shoe are all made with a minimum of 20 percent recycled and renewable materials.