What To Expect: A comfortable and supportive kick that can take on some serious mileage without the usual stiffness of traditional cleat-less golf shoe. Weight activated rubber traction lugs do their part to stick where it counts, but for the most part this sneaker is a bit slippery on the street but keeps your feet in place on the driving range.

Ideal for: Golf instructors looking for all-day wear, students looking to go straight from class to course, or the occasional golfer that doesn't want to invest in the heavy-duty look or price of a pair of cleats.

Don't Wear If: Not the wisest choice for rainy days (especially the canvas and suede options) or heavy-handed golfers looking to get some extra stability on the drive from sturdy cleats.

Bonus Points: These shoes are super easy to slip on and off without having to undo laces or sacrifice fit, an ideal situation.

Buy If: You are looking for a minimally functional golf shoe that can easily transition into an everyday street shoe.

Find: At Nike Golf for $140. (Canvas at $130, Leather at $160)

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