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- Leather and synthetic
- Synthetic sole
- Leather-and-synthetic upper with breathable perforations
- Lace-up vamp for centralized support
- Hydromax-treated leather for dryness
- Molded traction bars at outsole for grip
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Molded traction bars keep you poised and confident from the tee to the green in this sophisticated golf shoe from ECCO.
For a look that works just as well on the 18th hole as it does at the 19th, there's ECCO's Hybrid golf shoe. In leather and synthetic, this sporty offering boasts street-smart sensibilities with cool contrasts and a secure lace-up fit. A super grippy manmade sole keeps you grounded when on the links while still allowing you to move about in the rest of the world.See all Product Description
- Product Dimensions: 10 x 7 x 17 inches
- Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B005GBWCVI
- Item model number: BIOM Golf Hybrid-M
- Date first available at Amazon.com: December 30, 2011
- Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
- International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
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Top Customer Reviews
As for the sizing, I know it sounds strange, but both previous contradicting reviews regarding the sizing are true. I guess that's what is considered a paradox. Here's the problem...they don't make a half-size, so if you are a 9.5, the Euro 43 is too snug. You should get a 44, and if you are a 10, you should also get a 44. I wear a 9.5 in some shoes, and 10 in others. I tried on the 43 and it was way too snug by at least 1/2 size. I ended up getting the 44 which is actually 1/2 size too big.Read more ›
I have two pairs of these (not to be confused with the "street shoes" also made by Ecco) great golf shoes. The Biom model is so very comfortable and attractive; not cheap about $200. I get lots of commnets on these. No hard spikes or hard spike sore spots on my feet. Not advertised as waterproof, but for light rain or grass with lots of dew, I've never had any hints at leaks. The sizes vary a little; one pair is just right, the other is a tad smaller but not uncomfortably so. I wear a 7 1/2 FootJoy but a European size 40 in the Ecco. I do not slip when hitting the ball and it is great to walk straight off the course into a restaurant or home without having to change shoes in lockerroom or parking lot. I often wear mine like most people wear cross trainers or running shoes - golf shoes, they're not just for golf anymore!
They are very comfortable and even during the snowstorm and when snow turns into ice and slush, this pair of shoe kept me walking without slipping. They also kept my feet warm and dry.
I have had my pair since Feb 2013 and have been wearing them for golf usually about 36 holes a week. So far, they are still in good condition except the soles are a bit worn but still grippy.
I would get another pair very soon since the new models are out, I'd assume that this model will be heavily discounted soon.
I've only had them a week, but so far I'm very impressed.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Comfortable spikeless shoes for golf. I like them more than my Footjoy contour casuals as these seems to have better stability and the material is better.Published 6 months ago by GoBigRed!