Impeccably made from robust ECCO YAK leather and accented with diamond-shaped embossing for superior breathability, the ECCO MEN’S GOLF S-LITE SHOE is engineered for an incredibly lightweight feel that lasts from the first tee to the clubhouse. The flexible E-DTS® LIGHT outsole, molded leather heel counter and wing-wrapped midsole offer enhanced stability and steadier footing as you swing, while FLUIDFORM™ Technology absorbs shock and cushions as you walk the course.
Exceptional Leather Craft
The leathers are meticulously crafted in ECCO's very own tanneries, where artisanal craftsmanship and relentless innovation are an integral part of the process. Born from a blank canvas of premium raw hides, ECCO leathers are designed, finished, and finessed into beautiful shoes & accessories that stand the test of time.
The natural environment has long been a driving force in Danish design, and it still provides an ongoing source of inspiration for every product ECCO create. For over 50 years, ECCO has handcrafted shoes in their own production facilities, melding innovative technology with inspiration from nature, to create the exceptional fit, comfort and outstanding durability that are fundamental to ECCO.
- Ground-breaking golf shoe with diamond-shaped embossing for lightweight breathability
- Uppers are crafted from rich ECCO YAK leather, made in our own tanneries, for a smooth, full-grain finish
- Contrast-colored molded leather heel counter provides excellent stability with every swing
- FLUIDFORM™ is a direct injection process that uses fluid materials to follow our one-of-a-kind anatomical lasts and form the most comfortable base for your shoe
- Ultra-flexible E-DTS® LIGHT outsole is strong and durable during play
- Inlay sole delivers optimal in-shoe comfort
- ECCO S-LITE golfing shoe has received the Red Dot design award, which is awarded to products of the highest quality of the best design
- Two-Year waterproof warranty
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