Adidas women’s adicross 4 shoe review

A review of the Adidas women's adicross 4 shoe

Adidas women's adicross 4
Adidas women's adicross 4
Golf Monthly Verdict

The Adidas Women’s adicross 4 is a great looking shoe featuring vintage Adidas styling. There’s good traction from the spikeless soles and good cushioning – a great summer shoe at a good price.

Reasons to buy
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    Cool vintage-inspired look, lightweight with good cushioning

Reasons to avoid
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    Won’t provide total waterproof protection in the worst of weather

The Adidas Women’s adicross 4 shoe takes vintage street style to the fairways. Lightweight and comfortable, it’s ideal for summer golfing conditions.

Adidas Women’s adicross 4 shoe RRP: £60

Adidas has rejuvenated the golf shoe market in recent years with sporty and edgy designs inspired by other sports and street style. The Adidas Women’s adicross 4 continues in that vein. It’s a great looking product, showcasing vintage Adidas shape and design.

The synthetic upper features climastorm protection that will repel water in all but the most extreme conditions while the reinforced toe makes for excellent durability.

The Cloudfoam sockliner delivers superb cushioning and comfort and you’ll find these shoes are as comfortable to wear as a pair of trainers.

The puremotion outsole has been designed to mimic the natural stability and quick reaction time of the bare foot, this means you have great stability on all ground conditions.

The traction provided by the 72 stategically placed lugs on the outsole is excellent and you’ll find you keep your footing well when making a stance and through the swing.

The shoe is available in two colour options – white/wild orchid and black/white with snazzy sunny lime sole.

Overall, these lightweight, flexible and comfortable shoes deliver in terms of comfort and performance. They will provide you with a sporty look and excellent grip. As they’re spikeless, they’re wearable both on and off the golf course.

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