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If you’re jet setting off to play golf in warmer climates this summer, or even venturing to warmer parts of the country, you should check out the best spikeless golf shoes of 2024. 

When you're playing in warm weather, you want to have a shoe that’s comfortable and breathable, that will allow you to enjoy your game the whole way round.  

When you’re finished your round and you're heading to the bar or clubhouse, having a pair of shoes that can be worn there, straight from the course is invaluable. For that reason, it's good to have a pair that cater for the summer months. 

We have handpicked the best summer golf shoes for 2024, which deliver the comfort you’ve been looking for. 

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Adidas Modern Classic 80 Spikeless image
Adidas Modern Classic 80 Spikeless
Classic in looks combined with modern performance

PROS

  • Waterproof leather design
  • TPU spikeless outsole for better traction control
  • BOOST midsole for soft cushioning

CONS

  • May not be as breathable as mesh design for summer
Available for £140 from Adidas

Starting us off in our alphabetical list, we have the Adidas Modern Classic 80. This classic look with a modern spin is not only going to look great on your feet and on the course, but it’s also going to deliver nice comfort as well.

With a premium leather design you will see brilliant long lasting durability with great comfort and feel and long-wearing combined with the cushioning of a BOOST midsole. They offer the energy return to play 18 holes in comfort so you can play your best. The spikeless outsole with Torsion bar reinforcement delivers stability and sets you up for a solid stance.

With this design and look you’ll be comfortable not only when hitting shots but when you’re in the clubhouse as well.  

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Callaway Chev Aero Star image
Callaway Chev Aero Star
Breathable lightweight mesh design perfect for those summer days.

PROS

  • Breathable mesh design
  • Anti clogging sole design for better grip
  • Trainer-like comfort

CONS

  • Not as supportive as other options
Available for £89.00 from Callaway

If you want your feet to breathe and regulate heat these Callaway Chev Aero Star golf shoes could be a great option. This shoe is lightweight, looks good and has that trainer-like feel.

The fun coloured sole is anti-clogging, meaning that you're not going to get any grass, stones, or dirt stuck in the tread, you will have great grip and comfort when walking. The mesh upper design allows your foot to breath even on the hottest of days which if you're playing golf this summer will keep you cool and comfortable.

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Duca del Cosma Davanti image
Duca del Cosma Davanti
Premium leather meets trainer-like comfort

PROS

  • Premium quality Italian Nappa leather that is waterproof
  • Airplay 15 outsole delivers comfort and stability
  • Arneflex memory foam insole for extra comfort

CONS

  • Colour may not appeal to everyone
Available for £199 from Duca Del Cosma

One thing you can always expect with Duca del Cosma is premium leather quality. In this, you have that but, in a trainer-like design. The Duca del Cosma Davanti is a perfect shoe for summer especially if you get caught in a shower, as they are waterproof.

They offer lightweight comfort with great traction control thanks to the Airplay 15 outsole. Its high shock absorbing design offers lightweight comfort with an ergonomic design helping improve your walking gait. The Smart Sole Design has three nub designs to give you the best stability and control.

These look great with that style matched by the performance these produce.

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Ecco LT1 image
Ecco LT1
Lightweight, breathable and waterproof. What more could you want?

PROS

  • Full-grain leather waterproof upper
  • Multi-directional traction elements for added stability
  • ECCO LYTR and Fluidform Technology deliver great comfort and energy return

CONS

  • Not a huge variety of colours
Available for £170 from Ecco

Stay dry from the elements and cool in the heat with the Ecco LT1 golf shoes. The new performance leather is waterproof but breathable, making it a great option no matter the weather this summer.

Equipped with great traction the E-DTS NET outsole offers multi-directional traction and durability helping you maintain a steady stance through your swing. The lightweight sole design is a combination of FLUIDFORM with ECCO LYTR foam providing cushioning and flexibility.

The LT1 also has X-Tenesa Invisible Technology which links the sole of the shoe to the laces via internal enforcement which gives you increased stability. Technical comfort from start to finish whatever the weather. 

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FootJoy Quantum  image
FootJoy Quantum
If you want sensational comfort with solid traction then these are for you.

PROS

  • New SofFOAM midsole is the softest foam ever used in a FootJoy shoe
  • Rubber traction cones help improve grip and stability
  • Waterproof performance leather and mesh

CONS

  • Other FootJoy shoes have more traction
Available for £149.99 from FootJoy

If you like the sound of performance mesh, plush leather, combined with a comfortable fit and trainer-like look, here is the FootJoy Quantum.

The Quantum has softFOAM technology which as you can probably guess delivers a soft and cushioned comfort. This allows you to get maximum energy return for the best comfort for your day. On the course, these are exceptionally comfortable and easily the softest shoes we've worn from FootJoy. With a durable rubber outsole there are multiple geometric shapes giving you the best stability on each shot.

It’s also waterproof, so if you’re caught in the rain your feet will be dry and comfortable. A great option which has an athletic look, great comfort and protects your feet from the elements. 

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New Balance 997 Spikeless  image
New Balance 997 Spikeless
A golf shoe that really does look like a trainer. And we love it for that reason

PROS

  • Waterproof Microfibre Leather Upper
  • Abzorb Midsole & CUSH+ Insole for extra cumfort and energy return
  • NDurance Rubber Outsole for improved traction control

CONS

  • None that we can find
Available for £139.95 from New Balance

If you're a fan of New Balance trainers you can expect the same comfort in their golf shoes.

This sporty look, as you can probably guess, is comfortable and that is due to the Abzorb midsole and Cush+ insole. The midsole Abzorb material is a superior blend of foam midsole cushioning and compression set which is lightweight and is very responsive. The Cush+ insole is ultra-soft and reactive for even more comfort without sacrificing durability or stability. The spikeless sole is designed to last by using a durable rubber compound.

This waterproof design not only looks nice and casual it’s got great performance technology to make sure you are feeling your best on and off the course. 

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Nike Air Jordan 1 Low G image
Nike Air Jordan 1 Low G
If you want style points, comfort and protection from the rain.

PROS

  • Air Cushioning for a on and off the course comfort
  • Integrated traction pattern includes a forefoot pivot circle
  • Waterproof

CONS

  • Traction isn't as technical as other options
Available for £134.95 from Nike

Air Jordans are massively popular when it comes to fashion so when you create a spikeless traction design to turn them into golf shoes, it's no wonder that they're popular.

The Nike Golf Air Jordan 1 Low G waterproof golf shoe has been inspired by one of the most iconic trainers of all time. This shoe has been designed using full grain leather giving you waterproof design which looks great.

The Air Cushioning is equipped with encapsulated air in the heel to cushion every step you take. A great feature to ensure added comfort as you walk the golf course. 

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Puma GS-X Efekt  image
Puma GS-X Efekt 
Ideal if you want a comfy breathable trainer that has great stability

PROS

  • ProFoam midsole delivers great responsiveness and comfort
  • High abrasion-resistant carbon rubber outsole for durability
  • Strategically placed and pronounced direction traction for better grip

CONS

  • Maybe a bit chunky looking for some
Available for £99.99 from Puma

The Puma GS-X Efekt takes its inspiration from RS-Efekt, delivering a fashion forward, functional golf shoe. These look very comfortable, which is true, but the are also waterproof.

The synthetic material is specifically designed for the golf course so when you're caught out in a downpour you don't have to worry. The comfort comes from the ProFoam midsole which has great responsiveness and soaks up any additional pressure as you play golf, to ensure less fatigue. These Puma GS-Efekt shoes don’t only look great but they are built to last. The high abrasion-resistant carbon rubber outsole provide maximum long-lasting performance.

Strategically placed and pronounced direction traction lugs in key zones to give you more power and grip through the golf swing. 

Credit: Travis Mathew
Travis Mathew Daily Pro Hybrid image
Travis Mathew Daily Pro Hybrid
A shoe built for the best of both world's, for on and off the course

PROS

  • Sweetspot cushioning system delivers lightweight comfort
  • The midsole foam is soft for extra cushioning
  • Reverse lugs on the outsole for all-terrain traction

CONS

  • Not as bright in colours
Available for £119.99 from Travis Mathew

If you want a pair of shoes that do it all, check these out from Travis Mathew. The Daily Pro Hybrid shoe allows you to go about your daily business whether it’s playing golf or going out and about.

It’s comfortable thanks to the Sweetspot cushioning system which delivers the perfect balance of lightweight comfort and athletic support. The midsole foam is soft, cushioned and has a supportive sockliner to slip in with ease. The Daily Pro is engineered to ensure maximum comfort and performance whether you're walking the course or walking the dog. The traction design gives you great versatility with reverse lugs on the outsole to deliver all-terrain traction for whatever, wherever.

It’s lightweight and breathable which keeps you comfortable with its casual and athletic style. 

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Under Armour Phantom
Last but not least, a fantastic spikeless option from Under Armour

PROS

  • UA Hovr cushioning for ultimate comfort
  • Waterproof design for when you get caught in the elements
  •  Heel counter and SpeedForm 2.0 sock liner delivers stability and underfoot support

CONS

  • None
Available for £125.00 from Under Armour

Under Armour have taken one of their most popular water resistant trainers and added a rubber spikeless traction design to give you trainer like design built for golf.

These really are very comfortable, thanks to the UA Hovr foam cushioning. This helps reduce impact, delivering great energy returns. In the heel, you have a heel counter for stability and an ultra-breathable, SpeedForm 2.0 sock liner to provide softer underfoot support.

This shoe is lightweight, breathable and waterproof which will keep you dry on those damper days. This shoe is so comfortable, you really could wear it whenever and wherever you liked. 

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How we picked

Performance Consistency

We meticulously evaluated each piece of equipment's performance across a number of variables.

Forgiveness and Playability

With golf clubs, our assessment always considered the versatility and forgiveness levels, especially on off-centre strikes.

Innovative Technology

We scrutinise the incorporation of innovative technology in each piece of equipment we review.

Customisation

We consider factors like adjustable features and customisation options available to the buyer.


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James Tait is bunkered’s Gear Editor. Want to know how the latest Callaway driver, Vokey wedge or Scotty Cameron putter performs? He’s the guy to ask. Better yet, just watch his videos on the bunkered YouTube channel. One of the biggest hitters in the UK, James also competes on the World Long Drive circuit and is a descendent of former Amateur champion Freddie Tait.

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