Nike Golf unveils TW' 14 Mesh shoes

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Nike Golf has launched a brand new shoe design that is breathable and flexible; making it ideal to wear during the summer.


The newest member of the TW’ 14 family, it brings together innovative technologies from the original TW’ 14, and combines it with custom options that were on previously available on Nike’s shoe personalisation service.

The designers paired the Free-inspired design and Dynamic Flywire technology from the TW ’14 with a ventilated mesh upper and lower profile traction on the outsole, to create a breathable, lightweight golf shoe that allows for freedom of movement and maximum ground feel for a more powerful, natural motion.

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“The mesh upper and Integrated Traction options have been incredibly successful with the TW’ 14 on NIKEiD,” said Lee Walker, Nike Golf footwear product director. “Consumers have told us they love it. So we created a version of the TW’ 14 with those features that people can try on in stores and purchase on the spot.”

Nike Golf TW’ 14 Mesh


Available now, you can get your own pair of TW’ 14 Mesh shoes in two different colours – White/Black-Volt-Wolf Grey or Base Grey/Black-Lagoon Red-Dark Base Grey – with an RRP of £130. For more details on this, and the rest of Nike Golf’s products, head over to nikegolf.com

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