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TaylorMade and G/Fore team up for sleek golf shoe collaboration

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You typically wouldn't expect to see a G/Fore golf shoe—or any golf shoe—on the TaylorMade website these days, but a limited edition collaborative collection has now added six options to the site. The collaboration includes three existing G/Fore golf shoe silhouettes with subtle TaylorMade branding incorporated into the designs. For more traditional dressers, the white leather men's Gallivanter is offered in two colorways. For those looking to style more modern golf outfits, there are two versions each of the sneaker-like men's and women's MGF+ golf shoes. The shoes are available exclusively on the TaylorMade website and each retail at $225.
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The Gallivanter comes in two colorways. One is an understated black and white, while the other has a navy camouflage design that wraps around the outsole of the shoe. Both are made from one hundred percent waterproof pebble full grain leather, and include TaylorMade’s logo boldly designed on the underside of the shoe, making it visible during the follow-through of the golf swing.

The men’s and women’s MG4+ golf shoe models include similarly eye-catching hints of color and patterns with TaylorMade branding uniquely incorporated into the lace keeper. This silhouette, which looks more like a sneaker than a traditional golf shoe, utilizes G/Fore’s special comfort technology in its insoles: nubs on the surface of the insole massage your feet as you walk while allowing maximum airflow. Plus, the two-piece outsole has sawtooth traction that will keep your feet from slipping around. It's got great traction for golf, but has versatile enough styling to be worn off the golf course as a trainer as well.
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