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Six Stylish Women's Golf Shoes to Buy Now

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Michelle Wie sports some impressive footwear at the Evian Championship in September 2016.

Our picks for the most fashionable and most functional women's golf shoes on the market right now.

Nike Blazer Metallic Gold High Tops, $150

No one in golf has snazzier footwear than the LPGA’s Michelle Wie. She lived up to her sneaker reputation at the Evian Championship in September when she sported an all-black outfit with these shiny gold shoes, made by Nike in the hip golfer’s favorite high-top silhouette. They also come in black and white—but if you want to be queen of the links, Midas gold is the way to go.

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Ecco Women’s Knit Hybrid, $160

Be the most stylish player on and off the course with these vibrant hybrids from Ecco. They’re comfortable casual sneakers—and technologically savvy golf shoes. The knit uppers are water resistant and breathable, so you’ll stay dry and comfy for hours. In bright green, pink, and black and white.

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Adidas Ballerina Primeknit Golf Shoes, $110

Super cool color combinations help these golf shoes to stand out on the greens. They’re comfortable, light, and constructed from a mesh fabric that’s breathable. The shoes are lined with a “cloudfoam” interior for extra cushioning—an added benefit for golfers who spend hours traipsing the course from hole to hole. As for your golf game, they’ll help keep you stable and grounded as you swing.

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Royal Albartross Shoes, $220

Royal Albartross are the Rolls-Royce of golf shoes—they’re made from supple calf leather and built to last for years. The 2016 Club Collection comes in a palette of punchy red, blue and white and can easily go from the fairway to the street. The uppers are water-resistant, the insoles are ventilated and come with removable arch support, and the shoes’ trim is coated with an anti-microbial treatment.

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Biion Footwear, $110

Biion is a newcomer on the golf apparel stage, and they’re bringing an innovative approach to the footwear market. Their shoes are made from EVA, a flexible, rubbery material that’s also waterproof, lightweight, and odor-resistant. Biion’s shoes are slightly futuristic-looking and slightly slipper-like, but because they’re cut into classic saddle-shoe or wingtip patterns, they’ll still blend in with your other course attire. Unless you don’t want to blend in—in which case the leopard-print or camouflage and orange styles are the perfect choice.

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FootJoy D.N.A. Boa Women, $190

Made from strong, soft leather, these silver and white shoes from FootJoy will keep your feet dry and your ankles stable as you swing. They're guaranteed waterproof for up to two years and cushioned with a lightweight foam inside. The Boa closure system, which replaces traditional shoe laces that can create an uneven fit, closes and keeps the shoe tight on your foot using a dial situated on the heel. 

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