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The 7 Best Masters Themed Golf Shoes We Have Spotted

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It’s that time of year again… 

With the 88th edition of the Masters Tournament fast approaching, fans from across the globe eagerly await the first major golf tournament of the year. In honor of the event, we see a lot of brands and manufacturers release special edition, Masters-themed collections and on particularly rich vein is golf shoes. What is so great about this is not only do they often look great but most models are available to buy. So here’s 7 of the best Masters themed shoes selected by the Golf Monthly Team. 

Nike Air Zoom Victory Tour 3 NRG

There’s no surprise as to why these are McIlroy’s preferred golf shoes. The Victory Tour 3 feature a new seven-way cleat system with different types of spikes. The Softspikes Tour Flex Pro are fitted in three forefoot areas and the Silver tornado spikes are situated in the heel and other side of the forefoot area. Last year, we tested the spikes in different conditions and grip, stability and balance were never compromised.

Comfort? The extra thickness of the padding is soft and comfortable, a great feature for those who are susceptible to blisters. Contrasting from the mesh-like interior of the Tour 2, the 3 features an internal strap on the inside of the shoe which contours to your feet. We found this only enhances the comfort of the Tour 3 and surprisingly doesn’t require any extra wearing in. 

Nike Air Jordan 1 Low G Pine Green

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This ones for the sneakerheads out there. The Air Jordan Low 1 G follows the brands shift in transitioning classic street-style sneakers into golf shoes. Aside from the outsole, it’s a stitch-for-stitch reconstruction of the classic Air Jordan 1 shoe. The outsole features a forefoot pivot circle for additional traction where you need it most. The recently released Pine Green colorway is a fresh look for 2024 and is of course a homage to the Masters Tournament. But how does it perform?

Since the Jordan Low 1 G is a spikeless shoe, it’s probably not your best bet for wet conditions. In our test, we found no issues with the grip in dry and damp conditions. Of course, the Jordan design inevitably compromises some of the performance aspects of the shoe. Still, they’re remarkably comfortable to walk in and didn’t cause any aches or pains after 18 holes. Put simply, these are excellent casual golf shoes that just look awesome.

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