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Nike Heritage


$75.00 Released January, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Excellent price point for a decent quality golf shoe. Power Platform provides a solid, stable swing. Classy styling appropriate for the golf course or casual wear.

The Cons:Get a bit too narrow towards the toe of the shoe.

The Nike Heritage is a men's performance golf shoe from Nike's Golf Footwear lineup. This shoe is designed to use the classic styling found in early golf shoes. It features Nike's Power Platform Flex technology which works with a low center of gravity and flex grooves for better stability and power transfer throughout the swing.

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The full-length Phylon midsole provides cushioning and comfort for the entire length of the foot. The upper is designed to be water resistant, with a synthetic leather design that protect the foot from moisture while offering a supportive fit. The Q-LOK system works with Scorpion Stinger spikes, which combines to create both stability and traction. The shoe is available in medium and wide models and comes with a 2 year limited waterproof warranty.

Features

  • Q-LOK System
  • Scorpion Stinger Spikes
  • Full-Length Phylon Midsole
  • Water Resistant Synthetic Leather Upper
  • Power Platform Flex
  • Classic styling
  • Available in Medium and Wide Models

Available Colors

  • Black/Metallic Silver/Black
  • White/Metallic Silver/Black

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Pros
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    Excellent price point for a decent quality golf shoe.

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    Power Platform provides a solid, stable swing.

  • 1

    Classy styling appropriate for the golf course or casual wear.

  • 1

    Great grip even on wet, soggy courses.

  • 1

    Comfortable--feet stay firmly in place and well-padded throughout an entire 18 holes.

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    Water resistant--can handle very wet conditions while keeping your feet dry.

Cons
  • 1

    Get a bit too narrow towards the toe of the shoe.

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