New Balance Minimus LX Golf Shoe Review

    With a retail price of $129.99, the New Balance Minimus LX are designed and built with under the paradigm that “the show must go on”, I mean the game, no matter the climate/weather conditions. Basically, these babies are as tough as they get and the come loaded with the best and latest technologies New Balance has in its portfolio.

    What does that mean, you asked? Well, you must know that the New Balance Minimus LX shoes are built using a waterproof synthetic leather upper (a microfiber of some sort which looks just like the “real deal” minus the hassle of taking care of natural leather); also they have a smart designed dual-density outsole (spikeless) for unparalleled levels of grip/traction under any weather conditions and on any type of turf. In terms of comfort and fit, these shoes feature New Balance’s proprietary REVlite cushioning technology which works in tandem with the Ortholite thingy, making these shoes embrace your feet like a glove and providing you with great feedback, stability and flexibility during your swings. The innovative midsole is aimed at achieving premium durability and responsiveness thanks to New Balance’s proprietary technology, namely the REVlite, which also contributes to these shoes lightweight design (they’re 30% lighter than similar shoes that are using foam injection for cushioning). Another smart feature in the New Balance Minimus LX is the 4 mm drop from heel to toe, which helps your feet to stay parallel to the ground, thus improving your posture during your swings and optimizing your game play. These ultra-light and versatile golf shoes are designed to keep your feet cool and dry by wicking away moisture and inhibiting the growth of fungus by allowing a constant air flow for keeping your feet happy and dry.

    Bottom line, due to the affordable price tag, the 2 years waterproof warranty and their high performance/integrated dual density (spikeless) outsole, I can only recommend these golf shoes to any golf player out there who takes the game seriously.