Tiger will be making his comeback in a radically new pair of kicks. He'll be wearing these Nike Free Tiger Woods Prototype Golf Shoes ($TBA) during this week's WGC-Bridgestone Invitational — and they're kind of a Frankenstein of sorts. Featuring Nike's "natural motion" Free technology, the golf shoes also integrate Nike Flywire parts, a polyurethane-coated stretch fabric used int the construction of Nike's Hyperfuse basketball shoes, as well as a heel that's created from recycled Nike Air Max units.
With fall sport season arriving soon, it's high time to start gearing up — and picking up a few pieces from the Adidas Recovery ($30-$65) collection is a good place to start. Engineered to help athletes recover faster, these long and short sleeve tops, long and short tights, arm and calf sleeves, and socks feature strategically placed compression zones over core muscle groups to promote increased circulation and help get rid of lactic acid — the leading cause of muscle fatigue. Integrated ClimaCool ventilation technology will help to keep you cool, but for the actual athletics? Those are up to you.
We're pretty sure they're not USGA approved, but if you simply want to go out and enjoy a round or five of golf without needing to venture into the fairways and forest surrounding your hole, pick up a pack of Polara Ultimate Straight Golf Balls ($25-$35). Thanks to the company's Self Correcting technology that incorporates different sizes and depths of dimples, these WonderBalls™ correct slices and hooks by up to 75 percent and up your enjoyment of the game by at least as much.
[Scouted by Bobby]