Fashion

Under Armour releases Jordan Spieth's golf shoe, two other models

Tuesday, March 22, 2016

The wait is over. Golfers can now wear the same golf shoe as Jordan Spieth.

Under Armour revealed Monday during an event in Austin, Texas, that Spieth's shoe, the UA Drive One, along with two new golf shoes, will now be available to consumers. The shoes can be ordered now on underarmour.com and will begin shipping April 4 (the Drive One will start shipment on May 2).

Here's a look at the three golf shoes:

UA Drive One

The golf shoe worn by Jordan Spieth, the UA Drive One has a lightweight microfiber upper made with Outdry waterproof (two-year waterproof warranty) and breathable technology. A cleat-inspired carbon heel improves stability while Micro G foam and a removable, dual-density sock liner combine for comfort. Other features include an extra-wide outsole and Champ Zarma Tour spikes with the Slim-Lok system. This shoe is available in black/white, white/black and white/navy. Price: $199.99

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UA Tempo Tour

The UA Tempo Tour features a breathable, full-grain leather upper with a lightweight, waterproof membrane (two-year waterproof warranty). A removable molded sock liner and Charged Cushioning in the midsole combine to provide support and comfort. A built-in lateral TPU wrap stabilizes the heel for better control during the golf swing, and Champ Zarma Tour spikes with the Slim-Lok system improve traction. The UA Tempo Tour is available in all white/red accent, black/blue accent and white/white. Price: $219.99.

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UA Tempo Hybrid

This hybrid golf shoe is made with a soft, water-resistant performance leather. Like the UA Tempo Tour, a removable molded sock liner and Charged Cushioning in the midsole combine to provide support and comfort. A built-in rubber bumper prevents twisting of the foot and toe drag for better durability and control, and rubber traction pods provide traction. The UA Tempo Hybrid is available in white, black, gravel and Cleveland brown. Price: $159.99.

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