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Asymmetrical golf shoes from adidas

Discussion in 'Biomechanics, Sports and Foot orthoses' started by NewsBot, Apr 1, 2015.

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  3. And you take these off to walk between the holes?
     
  4. Ricko

    Ricko Member

    Great - shoes for driving, switch them for the 5-6k walking the fairways, then a 3rd pair for putting. The 4th pair are wobbly boots at the 19th hole?;)
     
  5. toomoon

    toomoon Well-Known Member

    Etonic tried this years ago.. actually had asymmetrical flares on the midsole. This shoe alone allowed me to buy my first house.. etonic.jpg
     
  6. Ricko

    Ricko Member

    good for a right hander to veer right when walking to retrieve their slice...
     
  7. musmed

    musmed Active Member

    Dear All
    the golf swing is probably the most symmetrical thing there is and now they want to make it harder!

    This is one of hundreds of images i have taken on elite golfers. see all the right angled triangles and isoceles triangles. That is what brings them success.

    regards to all
    Happy easter bunnies to you all.
    regards
    Paul Conneely
    getting cold down here...winters on it way 34 last week 9 today.
     

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    Paul

    On what planet is the golf swing symmetrical???
     
  9. musmed

    musmed Active Member

    The sounds of frustration!
    wet and cold for Easter despite the weather bureau moving Easter every year it still rains!
    Paul Conneely
     
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    Not for the shoe above, but this patent was just granted:
    GOLF SHOES HAVING OUTSOLES WITH SECTIONS OF DIFFERING HARDNESS

     

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    New golf shoes from Puma:

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