So you have a taste for orange golf shoes? What about green golf shoes? If your preferences tend to lead you to these colorful and unique golf shoes, then you’re in luck. There’s a fashion revolution going on in this sport, and it all started with the spikeless design.
Spikeless design was a paradigm shift in the world of golf. For the longest time golfers used cleats in golf even though they were inherently specialized and often quite uncomfortable to wear.
Then the running revolution began. Soon running shoes became the ubiquitous casual shoes of the masses. After that, basketball shoes became popular casual shoes. They all had their crazy and colorful designs meant to attract attention and they set the fashion world ablaze.
Now golf has joined the fray, by incorporating new technology to simulate cleat performance, while designing spikeless golf shoes that could function as casual shoes too. And like their counterparts in basketball and track and field, these unique golf shoes offered wild color combinations that would shock purists. But it doesn’t matter, because a new generation of golfers has arrived. And they want their blue golf shoes instead of just basic white or black. This new breed of golfers would rather get grey golf shoes instead of settling with a boring white.
So before we begin with our list of the coolest golf shoes with the most unique colors, let’s set one thing clear: these shoes STILL offer excellent golfing performance as well and unparalleled comfort. It’s just that now you’re more likely to encounter orange golf shoes than the dull golf shoes of the past.
ORANGE GOLF SHOES
HOW IT LOOKS
OUR OVERALL RATING
|Nike Golf Men’s FI Impact Golf Shoe|
|Adidas Men’s Adizero Sport II Golf Shoe|
|Nike Golf Men's Nike TW 13 Wide Golf Shoe|
|Nike Golf Men's Nike Air Range WP II Golf Shoe|
|Puma Men’s Faas Grip Golf Shoe|
Of course we’ll start this list with Nike golf footwear. How many people wear Nike shoes even if they’re not athletes? That’s because the shoes are comfortable, and also because the colors make a fashion statement.
And now for those with a preference for bold colors, you have lots of options from Nike.
- Black with metallic silver and light base grey. This is actually quite sedate.
- Black with bright green accents. You’ve got mostly black, except the green in the eyelets, midsole, and the outline of the swoosh mark is so eye-catching. You’ll probably refer to this as the ultimate green golf shoes.
- Light grey with black accents. It’s mostly light grey, emphasizing the black shoelaces, the swoosh mark, and the midsole.
- Military blue, with green on the eyelets and mesh, black laces, white midsoles, and black upper midsole and white swoosh mark. Definitely an airy-light pair of blue golf shoes.
- Medium base grey, with black laces, outsoles, upper midsoles and swoosh mark, with orange on the midsole and swoosh mark outline.
- Dark grey golf shoes, with mostly white midsole, while the laces, tongue, and outsole are crimson-orange.
- Somewhat light grey golf shoes, with bright deep blue laces, tongue, and outsole, while the black swoosh mark is outlined in orange.
“Great Shoes, Amazing Colour Choice”
You don’t comment on Nike’s role on the fashion industry and not acknowledge that Adidas plays just as big a role too. The three stripes logo of Adidas is just as iconic as the swoosh mark, and casual wear today owes a lot to the Adidas design and color schemes.
If the Adizero is your golf shoe, then you have lots of colorful options to choose from.
- The basic black, with white logo and midsole. The cheeky part is the orange outsole and upper midsole, which extends back to the heel counter.
- Metallic silver, with black laces and toe box, along with black-grey logo. You have orange for your outsole, white for the midsole, and bright blue for the upper midsole.
- Dark silver, with white laces, logo, and midsole. But the outsole and the upper midsole is bright orange.
- Now we have a pair of mostly blue golf shoes, with white stripes and midsole, orange outsole, and black laces and upper midsole.
- For the modern traditionalist, we have mostly white, except for the dark grey logo and toe box. Again the outsole is orange, the midsole is white and the upper midsole is dirty white.
“Solid Shoes, Huge Array of Colours”
Now we’re back to Nike, and the TW13 is an integral part of how fashion in golf shoes changed just recently. The TW in the model, if you don’t already know by now, stands for Tiger Woods, arguably the most famous golfer in modern times. He was training with Nike Fit, and he asked the wizards at Nike to create for him a pair of golf shoes which provided the same fit and comfort. Thus, the TW 13 was born.
Tiger, however, is a fan of subtlety and tradition, even as he revolutionized the sport and made it more popular than ever before. This explains why the color schemes for the TW 13 are relatively subdued. They’re still different, but they’re not wildly exuberant.
- Almost all black, except for the dirty grey logo and parts of the outsole. There are small bursts of red here and there, however.
- Mostly white, except black for the eyelets, swoosh, toe box, and parts of the outsole. Again there are unexpected red spots in a few places.
There are not much options on color schemes to choose from, and they may look a bit too much like traditional golf shoes for some young players. Still, it does look impressive in its own way, and its seriousness hints at the seriously good quality of the shoe itself.
“The Ultimate New Breed”
Even when you look at the Air Range WP II closely, it doesn’t really look like a pair of golf shoes at all. It really looks like your stereotypical Nike casual shoes. And that’s why your golfing buddies will be amazed when you swing away and you’re very much secure in your position. They’ll be wondering why you didn’t slip, and they’ll also ask about your unique golf shoes as well.
That’s especially true when they find the attention-grabbing color schemes available for the shoe.
- It’s a white with interlaced grey design, but the swoosh and the midsole are “hyper” red.
- Again it’s white with interlaced grey design, except now the swoosh and the midsole are bright light blue.
- This time it’s dark grey with interlaced grey, the swoosh is really dark grey and the midsole is white.
- Light grey mesh interlaced with dark grey, while the laces swoosh, and midsole are all in deep bright blue.
- Dark grey mesh interlaced with really dark grey, with black laces and a dirty white swoosh and midsole.
- Dark grey mesh and laces interlaced with clean white, with dirty white swoosh and dark grey midsole.
Despite the prevalence of white grey and black, here the mixture of the shades offer a fascinating new change to all black or all white designs.
“Cool Colours, Impressive Shoe”
Not wanting to be outdone in the fashion stakes Puma have absolutely lifted their game with their Faas Grip model. With some great light and dark variations all wrapped up in a waterproof leather design this is an excellent Puma golf show.
- The dark version is mostly black, and provides a great back drop for the Puma wings denoted in vibrant orange stripes. The midsole is vibrant orange as well.
- The light version is white. But now the toe box is black, the midsole is a lively shade of neon green, and the wings are denoted by light blue stripes.
“Well Priced Classic Puma”
Unique Golf Shoes Are Out There!
Nowadays, it’s no longer difficult to find something different when you’re looking for unique golf shoes. After all, these days the coolest golf shoes are spikeless. They allow you to go to the office and then sneak out for a quick nine before anyone notices your gone.
But others will notice your presence on the golf course if you have a taste for orange golf shoes. You can go crazy in your color schemes, and that’s because these shoes actually offer an excellent golf game with their advanced technology that provides excellent performance and comfort combined. Buying these shoes is actually one of the most sensible things you can do for your game!