As worn by Sergio Garcia at the Masters, the new adidas TOUR360 Prime Boost shoe has a knitted upper and enhanced stretch for maximum comfort and breathability

adidas Golf has launched the new TOUR360 Prime Boost golf shoes featuring Primeknit technology – a seamless knitted upper for enhanced breathability and stretch to maximise comfort and performance.

First debuted by Sergio Garcia, recent winner of the Byron Nelson Championship, during The Masters, the TOUR360 Prime Boost will be available in limited quantities for £149.99 from the 1st of June in the two colourways pictured below.


Superior performance is paramount in the TOUR360 Prime Boost, which features Primeknit fabrication with 50/50 PROTECT for water resistance in the lower half of the footwear. Full-length BOOST in the forefoot and heel provide energised cushioning and comfort, while a lighter and more flexible 360WRAP saddle allows for greater adjustability and adaptability.

"The TOUR360 PRIME BOOST is the first men’s performance golf shoe to utilise the Primeknit technology, which is used in some of its best performing and most iconic footwear, including the Ultra Boost and NMD,” Masun Denison, Director of Footwear, adidas Golf, told GM.

“We were inspired by the look, comfort, breathability and overall performance this knit material offered and are happy to bring it to golf.”


Like the TOUR360 Boost, the new footwear uses advanced dual-density 10-cleat puremotion TPU outsole with CenTraXion and thintech cleats for improved stability and grip. A new Torsion Tunnel provides independent flexibility and control between the heel and forefoot with enhanced arch support and advanced green friendliness, and the fitfoam GEO collar and tongue foam to deliver enhanced cushioning and comfort.

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