Aug 18, 2011

Kikkor Golf Raises The Bar For 2012

Over the last year or so the golf closet has become inundated with a vast array of golf shoes. My wife thinks I have a problem. So many companies are putting out great comfortable golf shoes. Many colors, different styles and designs for all tastes. Today we can thank James Lepp from Kikkor Golf for wetting our appetites for next Spring when Kikkor unleashes their new designs. I’ve had the opportunity to review Kikkor golf shoes twice now and each year they get better. I think after viewing the videos below of their new designs you will be blown away with new technology and designs Kikkor is releasing early next Spring.

Starting with the Jeff Spicoli inspired Slyder to the Classic design of the Pure. It looks like Kikkor has something for everyone once again. Kikkor even plans to release a high top golf shoe called New Heights. This coming Spring will be an exciting time for Kikkor Golf stay tuned to Ottawa Golf Blog for Kikkor updates.

2012 Choice: Tenny from Kikkor Choice on Vimeo.

2012 Choice: Pure from Kikkor Choice on Vimeo.

2012 Choice: Slyder from Kikkor Choice on Vimeo.

Want more, check out this Sneak peak into Kikkor’s coolest shoe yet?

Kikkor Golf teamed up with Sean Hotchkiss from Khaki Crusader to bring one of the best options for the Tenny design yet, a special edition shoe for Spring 2012 aptly named The Tenny Khaki Crusader. The shoe is set to arrive in early February of next year. More info here from Sean about the Special Edition shoe.

Be one of the first to own a pair. Sign up here for your chance to win a pair of these Special Edition shoes.

For every (50) entries Kikkor receives, they’ll give away a FREE PAIR of Tenny Khaki Crusaders when they launch in February of 2012 – right after the PGA Show and just in time for early season golf.

1 comment:

Gareth @ Beginners Golf said...

Just when you think there isn't enough space for other companies to compete along comes another one.

Good luck to Kikkor with the market so saturated I think they might find it hard.