Adopting the NanoSpike™ technology, Oakley Cipher Weighs just 260 grams to minimize fatigue while offering improved flexibility, reduced heat retention, and uncompromising durability. It comes with a cleatless design with thousands of tiny spikes that bite into blades of grass to maintain traction. The upper is made with a lightweight breathable textile combined with welded components for protection. Comfort is optimized by moisture wicking and the shock absorption of a dual-density footbed.
Available around the country, Oakley Chiper’s initial design inspired by pro racing tires and their ability to maintain traction without limiting surface contact. Looking at golf shoes an entirely new way, the company invented NanoSpike technology to solve the problems inherent in ordinary designs, then took full advantage of proprietary Factory Lite construction techniques and materials.
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Crocs announced a new golf line designed in partnership with Hank Haney. The new collection will launch in the spring of 2012 and feature a number of men’s and women’s styles that can be worn both on and off the course. The new styles in the Crocs Golf with Hank Haney collection include: Men’s Preston, Men’s and Women’s Bradyn, Men’s Drayden, and Men’s and Women’s XTG Pro Sandal.
ALTRA Footwear introduces the first line of footwear to combine the bio-mechanical advantages of barefoot positioning with the structure and protection of traditional cushioned footwear. The line includes core running shoes, outdoor shoes and minimalist shoes to help men and women move more naturally, so they can go farther and faster with more comfort and less pain.
Crocs Chameleons™ is a new color-changing shoe line. The new collection combines Crocs’ proprietary closed-cell resin Croslite™ material with photochromic technology for the first color-changing technology in molded footwear. Crocs Chameleons™ shoes change from a translucent base color to a brilliant bright color within seconds when exposed to sunlight and back to their original color just as quickly once removed from UV light.
Reebok launched RealFlex footwear, a running and training shoe designed to promote natural movement. Priced at $90, RealFlex features 76 independent sensors on the bottom of the shoe strategically positioned to twist, bend, expand, and support to help athletes’ feet move naturally. The sensors work together throughout the athlete’s stride to help provide all the benefits of barefoot running, while helping to eliminate all the negatives that come with running on hard surfaces.
Jordan Brand unveiled the AIR JORDAN 2011, the 26th shoe in the AIR JORDAN franchise. The all-new AIR JORDAN 2011 is available nationwide for a suggested retail price of $170. The AIR JORDAN 2011 uses interchangeable red and blue midsoles and premium handcrafted Patina leather that make it one of the top performance basketball shoes offered today.
Tony Lama Boots unveiled two new boot collections to celebrate its 100th anniversary – Centennial Collection and Signature Series. The Centennial collection for men and women is embellished with the brand’s exclusive anniversary logo and handcrafted in the U.S.A. Available at select western retailers nationwide through 2011, the boots retail for $250 and are accompanied by a certificate of authenticity.
Whooga Ugg Boots launched a giveaway to everyone that signs up to their newsletter. The company draws boot for the winners at the end of each month and it’s open to everyone in all countries. They’ve also created an exclusive discount code “1017FAV” for FavMode’s readers which will give you 10% off for the next week.