When it comes to golf shoes, there are two important factors. First, they need to have a form of rugged or sharp spikes on the bottom to add traction and stability for both your swing and walking across the course. Second, they need to be made from water-resistant fabric to withstand any changing climate or wet ground. FN selected the top golf shoes for kids that you can buy now. The shoes are from trusted brands and include top-of-the-line uppers made from real or synthetic leather and waterproof mesh.
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1. Adidas Jr. Adicross Classic Golf Shoes
Adidas’ golf shoes have a Cloudfoam sockliner and an Adiwear rubber spikeless outsole with Puremotion flexibility.
Pros: This golf shoe is made with a Climastorm leather upper to withstand any unexpected climate changes. The flexible outsole and added Cloudfoam cushioning makes for an adaptable fit as well. Instead of spikes, this shoe has strategically placed rubber lugs for traction and sustainability.
Cons: This upper is water-resistant not waterproof.
2. Under Armour Spieth III Jr. Golf Cleats
These Under Armour cleats have a flexible synthetic leather upper and a cushioned EVA midsole for added comfort.
Pros: The golf shoes have a rubber outsole with low-profile UA Rotational Resistance and Zarma Tour spikes to add traction and stability. The TPU outsole also has a carbon fiber insert to add a sturdy base for swings.
Cons: These cleats are only available in big kid sizes.
3. Puma Ignite Pwradapt Golf Shoes
Puma’s kids’ golf shoes have a nonstretch waterproof mesh and strategically placed GripZone hexagon traction to improve grip.
Pros: This pair has a full-length Ignite Foam cushioning that adds superior energy return as well as PWRADAPT technology to create all-terrain traction on the course.
Cons: This pair may be stiff when you first wear them.