Men's UA Spieth 3 GTX E Golf Shoes

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Men's UA Spieth 3 GTX E Golf Shoes

Product DNA

  • E Sizing built to better fit athletes with wide feet
  • Breathable, Clarino® microfibre upper & a lightweight waterproof membrane keep you cool & dry
  • Smart-woven forefoot panel & heel counter for biomechanically correct foot support & lightweight comfort
  • Integrated lacing system for a locked-in fit
  • 100% waterproof UA Storm technology repels water without sacrificing breathability
  • 2-Year Limited Waterproof Warranty
  • New, lower profile UA Rotational Resistance (RST 2.0) & Softspikes™ Silver Tornado spikes for lockdown horizontal traction & all-day comfort
  • Strategically placed cushioning & support from the ground up with integrated footbed, insole, midsole & outsole provides ultimate vertical traction
  • Dual-durometer footbed provides lateral support & medial softness to harness power
  • Cushioned EVA midsole delivers all day, on court comfort & support
  • Low-profile TPU outsole with strategically placed carbon fiber insert provides lateral stability for your swing
  • Weight: 371 g
  • Imported
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Review Summary

5 Reviews
3.2
40% of reviewers recommend

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Performance

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Leak like a sieve!

Only purchased them 5 weeks ago and they leak like a sieve. Socks absolutely wet through and could be rung out!!

Look great but just not waterproof and look dirty after one round

Look great, these replaced my Speith 2 which had a fault but where the Speith 2 kept my feet dry these just leave me with wet socks even from a light dew. The white mesh on top went dirty after one round and simply can’t be cleaned back to anywhere close to white. The spikes on Speith 2 also felt more stable. I am looking now at winter shoes and will have to look at other brands as I don’t want wet feet once it gets colder. I try and support my pro by shipping the brand he stocks hence moving to Under Armour but will have to find an alternative brand for this winter.