Ashworth Launches Modern Golfer Shoes for 2011

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SirShanksAlot Comments: A recent press release went out from Ashworth Golf on their new line of 2011 shoes. These shoes are geared towards the modern golfer on and off the course. These new shoes are designed for someone who embraces the true golf lifestyle, in all aspects of their life. Cool stuff. See the prices and individual shoe details below.

The new footwear is available in the following styles:

The Encinitas ($140; available in tan and black) is a loafer that strikes the perfect balance between style and versatility. Premium materials and fine craftsmanship create a rare combination of beauty and go-anywhere freedom that works with chinos or jeans, on casual Friday or on the town. Great for travel given its lightweight comfort and slip-on ease, the Encinitas is a shoe for all occasions.
The Cardiff ($120; available in navy, white and black) is a golf shoe with the crossover appeal of a town shoe. Playability, wearability and a sure-footed spikeless sole unite with tumbled leathers and rich suede accents to take the Cardiff from the course to the clubhouse and beyond. The molded rubber sole is discreet and pliable for a comfortable, low-profile feeling without the sensation of traditional golf spikes.
The Leucadia ($90; available in grey, tan and black) is a saddle shoe that receives a long-overdue rework through the pairing of soft suede and leather uppers with a classic vulcanized outsole. The resulting updated style and unstructured comfort makes the Leucadia an instant wardrobe favorite on and off the course.
The Ash Standard Issue ($70; available in navy, sand, white and black) takes a classic plimsoll design and melds the style and versatility of today’s sneaker. The natural canvas upper provides texture and breathability, while rich leather accent trims deliver a refreshed look that takes the Ash Standard Issue places a normal sneaker can’t go.

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