Collection features new Classic Hybrid and updates to several of the brand’s most popular shoes from sneaker-style to street-style

LONDONDERRY, New Hampshire – ECCO, global golf footwear innovator – will showcase its Spring/Summer 2023 collection at Booth #2561 during the PGA Merchandise Show in Orlando from Jan. 24-27.

Rolling out in the United States starting in March, ECCO GOLF’s newest product line is highlighted by the all-new Classic Hybrid, a timeless look with a modern twist. 

The new design with the brand’s ultra-successful ‘dress shoe’ last offers a premium upper fashioned from rich and embossed ECCO leather while featuring HYDROMAX water-repellent technology and the award-winning original E-DTS TWIST system, which has enlarged and rotated support bars that improve durability and multi-directional traction.

“This particular line features a variety of styles that we believe will resonate with a wide range of golfers,” says Jesper Thuen, General Manager, ECCO GOLF USA. “But the common thread throughout this collection – and every shoe constructed by ECCO – is the quality, comfort and performance of the products.”

Other featured shoes from the spring Spring/Summer 2023 collection ECCO will showcase at the show include the BIOM® C4, the latest development in the ground-breaking BIOM series now offered in women’s styles; an update to the hugely successful S-THREE, now featuring an new tongue that is thinner, lighter and more fitted to the wearer’s foot; and the redesigned CORE and TRAY, where street style collides with state-of-the-art comfort and performance.

All ECCO GOLF shoes are crafted at company-owned factories that utilize FLUIDFORM technology to bond the upper and outsole unit, creating a one-piece shoe without the use of glue or stitching. Benefits include flexibility, durability and a lightweight construction.

ECCO GOLF shoes are worn in competition around the world by Henrik Stenson, Thomas Bjørn, Fred Couples, Erik van Rooyen, Doc Redman, Lydia Ko, Nanna Koerstz Madsen, Niklas Nørgaard Møller, and Caroline Masson, among others. 

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