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Ecco Golf Street Premier

Ecco Golf Street Premier

Worn by Freddy "Boom Boom" Couples on his way to a sixth-place finish at this year's Masters, the Ecco Golf Street Premier ($TBA) is as unpretentious a shoe as you'll find on the storied Augusta greens. This street sneaker turned golf cleat features a distressed leather upper, TPU outsole with pre-molded traction bars, textile lining with a microfiber heel grip, Ecco's Comfort Fiber System for increased air circulation, and killer looks that make it nearly as suitable for the local coffee shop as for the local clubhouse. Speaking of "Boom Boom," what the hell is up with that nickname anyway? Sounds like a rapper's sidekick. [Thanks, Matt]

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