Sketchers launch new women’s golf shoe category

Skechers Performance Division have announced the launch of an exciting new women’s golf shoe category. The GO GOLF Kiltie showcases that Skechers Performance has more to it’s armory than just modern looking, high-performance shoes.

Available in a two fashionable colour schemes: Black and White leather with Pink trim, the GO GOLF Kiltie is one of the lightest golf shoes available on the market. Although the GO GOLF Kiltie is derived from classic golf shoe styles, the Kilties that sit on the padded tongue can be removed, should you desire, to leave a simple, contemporary looking design with all the same benefits. To design these advanced shoes, Skechers Performance have taken the award winning innovations from their running footwear and adapted it to golfing specifics given by Skechers endorsees like promising LPGA star, Belen Mozo.

The GO GOLF Kiltie features high-rebound cushioning with responsive feedback and combines a proprietary ‘SQUISH’ component with our exclusive Resalyte material. The shoe has also been fitted with GOga Mat technology and GOimpluse sensors in the sole which provide traction control and responsive feedback. Like all women’s Skechers GO GOLF shoes, the Kiltie features a spikeless sole that does not comprise in grip or durability. ResaGrip traction technology is used on the outsole of the shoe and is durable, as well as lightweight and flexible. The fact that the Kiltie is also 100 per cent water resistant also adds to its endurance, for any standard of women golfer playing in any weather condition.

The new GO GOLF Kiltie will be available to purchase from the beginning of XXX 2016 and will have a SRP of £79.00.

Further information on the complete 2016 Skechers GO GOLF Collection is available at

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