By Woody Hochswender
Monday, January 16, 2012

The golf world is experimenting with "natural motion" footwear, as companies like TRUE Linkswear and Nike adopt golf shoe designs loosely based on the "five finger" concept that has swept the running and hiking fields. This approach brings the foot into closer contact with the ground and eliminates much of the superstructure of advanced athletic shoes. Ryan Moore and Tiger Woods have been early adaptors of this trend.
Now Adidas is introducing its own version, with two new models that play up the idea of "freedom and control" and "natural stability."

Adidas Puremotion and Crossflex golf shoes
Adams Golf
Adidas Golf's new Puremotion golf shoes, left, and Crossflex.

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