New Balance Enters Golf Arena

New Balance is best known as the maker of high-performance running shoes. But the Boston-based concern also has a significant presence in golf business, and this year released five new footwear models for that sport.
One of those is the Classic 574, a men’s golf shoe that was inspired by a top-selling New Balance running shoe of that same name. In fact, the golf version is constructed on the New Balance 574 running last and boasts an athletic look. In addition, it features a waterproof, microfiber leather upper and a REVLite 10-mm drop midsole for lightweight cushioning and enhanced responsiveness. As is the case with all New Balance cleated golf shoes, it comes with the Champ One-Lok fastening system with Zarma cleats.
The other new cleated offerings from New Balance include the NBG2002 and the NBG2001. The 2002 is an ultra-lightweight athletic model that also has a premium, microfiber upper that comes with two-year, limited waterproof warranty as well as an exoskeleton TPU outsole.


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