Being big fans of golf (but being average players ourselves) ECCO thought that their new golfing range of shoes would be a good fit for us, and boy were they right. ECCO have delivered with a fresh, versatile, trend setting hybrid sport-casual shoes, designed specifically for wear both on and off the course. With bright colour accents, the shoes bring that ideal combination of style and function. Along with other styles from their 2013 ECCO men’s golf collection is worn in competition by Fred Couples, Graeme McDowell, Thomas Bjorn, Thongchai Jaidee, Stuart Appleby, Andreas Hartø, JB Hansen and scores of other Tour stars worldwide.
BIOM Golf GTX
Golf’s first Natural Motion shoe, BIOM Golf showcases a patented, convention-breaking design born from the foot’s natural system for absorbing impact. Created to help golfers feel and perform their best, this exceptionally lightweight model features an ultra-low profile and the game’s most stable hitting platform.
BIOM Hybrid marks a major advancement in golf shoe technology. Worn on Tour by Fred Couples, it breaks ground by combining an array of patented, award-winning ECCO technologies, including Natural Motion and the Street style outsole.
Men’s Cool III
Designed to turn heads while truly living up to its name, the Cool III includes a range of daring looks inspired by the runway but perfect for any golf course. They feature an anatomical, removable, textile insole which is moisture wicking and lightweight, yet provides extra cushioning and comfort.
Men’s Golf Street Sport
The shoe that started a revolution, Golf Street continues to evolve while remaining the game’s most popular style. The first-ever hybrid model, its unequalled combination of comfort, convenience, stability and traction are trusted on and off the course by the world’s best players.
Men’s Tour Hybrid
Gold’s first classic crossover shoe, the Tour Hybrid showcases an elegant look inspired by the game’s traditions. Created specifically for the businessman who never stops thinking about the game, it seamlessly transitions from a successful morning at the office to a sterling afternoon round or dinner on the town.