There’s no question that Nike is at the forefront of footwear innovation. Through the years, we’ve seen technologies such as Air Max, Shox, Lunarlon and most recently Flywire make its way from shoes from other sports into the golf line. This week, Nike launched a new technology called Hyperfuse, which fuses together three layers of material to create a durable and sturdy shoe but with maximum breathability and ventiliation.
In doing so, the Hyperfuse upper replaces stitching and materials that weigh more. The three layers include a base layer of synthetics for support, then a middle layer of mesh for lightweight breathability, then the top layer of Thermoplastic polyurethane film, which adds to the durability.
Hyperfuse is currently available in the basketball, running, and training lines.
What do you think about incorporating this technology into a breathable golf shoe?
To learn more about hyperfuse, click here.