The adidas Tour360 ATV is a stable design that will cope well with hilly ground as well as wet weather. The colour options range from subtle to eye catching. The heel design of the adidas Tour360 ATV is excellent, but makes getting the perfect fit vital. PGA pro verdict The striking design matched the performance as they were flexible and comfortable. The shoes gave great traction on both range mats and grass and they were particularly good for stability in sand. They were also beautifully finished and were ready to play immediately. With all the technology that has been packed in here, these shoes hit the mark for me and I would fully recommend them. (Golf Monthly Top 25 Coach John Jacobs)
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Forefoot flexibility is the key development in the latest adidas Tour 360 ATV shoe. This is achieved thanks to a strengthened midfoot area, which helps the shoe flex only in the places it should. A 10-spike design includes four spikes in the heel that are individually set to help improve feel.
A 360Wrap means the foot remains stable when swinging. The shoe is low profile to help bring the foot close to the ground. This helps to improve stability and balance.
The adidas Tour360 ATV will suit players who are lacking support from their current shoe and/or anyone who wants a sporty-looking design.
Visually little has changed here compared to the adidas360 4.0, but new colour combinations give a fresh feel. The 360Wrap technology remains and helps stability. The outer sole design features the most significant changes and the shoe is more comfortable to walk in as a result. Adidas continues to make shoes that look athletic without being over the top.
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