Skechers 2015 line up now includes ladies range

Skechers has unveiled its new line up for the 2015 season. New for 2015 will be the Skechers Go Golf Pro (RRP £119), as worn by Matt Kuchar during the second half of the 2014 season. The Go Golf Pro is Skechers most advanced golf shoe yet, combining a classic design with replaceable spikes and waterproof leather. It features a comfort traction outsole to provide sturdy, turf-gripping performance to give stability from tee to green. It also features Skechers Resalyte midsole cushioning to enhance comfort further.

Also new for 2015 is the Go Golf Tour (RRP £109) range featuring an engineered mesh upper to create a lightweight (10oz men’s size 9), waterproof, yet supportive frame around a golfers foot with no seams for maximum comfort. Like the Go Golf Pro, it also features the comfort traction outsole.

The final new shoe in the men’s range is the Skechers Gowalk 2 Lynx combining lightweight athletic materials with Skechers own advanced Goga Mat Technology insole for all day comfort. Made in two lightweight designs at 10oz in a men’s size 9, one is fully waterproof while the other is water-resistant and are available for £89 and £69 respectively.

For the first time in golf in the UK, Skechers is offering ladies shoes in a number of styles and colours. Skechers Go Golf (RRP £89) blends a classic inspired look with modern innovations and high-quality materials for superior on-course performance. A seamless waterproof upper gives full waterproofing making it perfect for all conditions encountered in the UK, while the Resagrip outsole provides grip on the course.

Skechers Go Golf Lynx combines lightweight materials with Skechers Goga Mat Technology insole to give maximum comfort out on the course. Available in two colour styles, the Go Golf is available in both waterproof and water-resistant finishes for RRP £89 and £69 respectively.

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