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Adidas Golf has released two new limited edition shoes in recognition of the upcoming 144th Open Championship in St Andrews.


Available soon through the adidas website, 144 pairs of the adipower boost and adicross IV are set to be sold, with the plaid design paying tribute to where golf began, as the Open returns for its quinquennial visit to the Old Course.

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The adipower boost shoe features adidas’ revolutionary boost technology, giving maximum comfort and energy return. It is also equipped with gripmore cleats, giving greater traction throughout the swing. As well as blue stripes and cleats, the limited edition adipower boost features blue plaid on the upper as well as in the lining of the shoe.

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The adicross IV is one of adidas’ most popular spikeless shoe options, perfect for playing during the summer months. The limited edition shoe features a full plaid upper, combined with blue detailing on the sole and inner lining.

Adidas Golf Limited Edition shoe – availability


Both the adipower boost and adicross IV will be available soon on adidas.com. For more information, log-on to adidasgolf.com

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