Etonic Golf Shoes Review
Etonic is dedicated to bringing the latest technologies to the game of golf. When it comes to comfort in golf shoes,
Etonic has been the industry leader for over 60 years. Through the years, Etonic’s team of engineers have achieved many industry firsts which have led to high performance, lightweight and extremely comfortable golf shoes.
Some of the key firsts include the bio-mechanically designed stability system called Stabilizer Technology™, the first spikeless golf shoe, the first athletic golf shoe and the first non-cleated performance golf shoe. Now Etonic is taking proprietary, comfort technology from their running division and introducing it to golf with the new R-Series featuring RCS (Resilient Cushion System)
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When introduced, the RCS system became the flagship technical running shoe last year and it has received several performance awards and great reviews from notable runners throughout the world.
Testing began on the same technology with the popular G>SOK design which found that the comfort benefits were significant. Golfers could see and feel the additional cushioning the minute they tried on the shoes.
The RCS is a proprietary TPR compound engineered for superior cushioning and energy return. RCS, located in the midsole of the shoe, gives golfers longer lasting cushioning with every step. The material cushions the golfer from impact and returns energy as they step forward. The RCS is featured in two new G>SOK golf shoes.
The new R- SERIES GT featuring the RCS is a full grain leather upper with soft leather linings combined with GORE-TEX® materials to provide superior waterproof protection and maximum breathability.
The non-cleated outsole features the popular Multi-Zone Traction System™ by Goodyear with extended flex zones, longer stability bars, and additional tri-directional pyramid turf grips for superior traction. The TPU stability shank provides added arch support and lateral stability. The moisture wicking, anti- microbial, extra comfort poliyou™ footbed is removable.
The R-Series GT is available for men in one pattern and four colorways: white/black, black/black, white/redstone brown and white/maple brown. The size run is 7- 14 medium and 7 – 13 wide.
G>SOK RCS has all the features of the non-cleated G>SOK originals plus the new RCS. The shoe comes in two casual styles with three colorways each: white/black/cedar, brown/tan, white/bomber/redstone and black/white/tan, black/brown, white/bomber/brown. The G>SOK RCS is backed by a two-year waterproof warranty.
Men's: Stabilizer II, STB11-2 , Difference, Sof-Tech, Dri-Tech, Sport-Tech, Lite-Tech, G >Sok, G >Sok Sport
Women's: Sof-Tech , Sport-Tech, Lite-Tech, G >Sok, G >Sok Casual
1876: Charles A. Eaton opens his shoe company in Brockton, Massachusetts.
1915: The C.A. Eaton Co. becomes one of the largest manufacturers of boots and shoes for the allied troops in World War I.
1945: The Company begins manufacturing golf shoes.
1950’s: The Eaton Company boasts well over 100 PGA and LPGA professionals who wear the Etonic “Tournament of Champions” line.
1961: Golf industry First: The “Comfort Collar” for superior fit and comfort.
1970: Recognizing the growing interest in fitness, Etonic introduces the athletic footwear and gains strong brand recognition in the “Running Boom”.
1976: Charles A. Eaton Golf Company changes it’s name to Etonic.
1980’s: Etonic achieves more golf industry firsts: The first golf shoe with waterproof leathers and the first bio-mechanically designed outsole (Stabilizer™).
1990’s: The company introduces the Difference golf shoe, leader of the spikeless revolution. In the running category, Etonic launches StableAir™ and DRP™ technologies.
2003: Etonic is bought by a group of Athletic shoe veterans. The company returns to Eastern Massachusetts as a stand-alone brand.
2004: Etonic begins manufacturing bowling shoes and introduces Stabilite technology to the bowling shoe industry.
2005: Etonic and W.L.Gore and associates renew their partnership. The company launches a new generation of technical running shoes.
2006: Lotto Sport Italia, world leader in the production of technical footwear for soccer and tennis acquire Etonic Worldwide. The acquisition allowed Lotto to significantly strengthen its US market position by bringing an important and well-known brand within its portfolio.
2008: Etonic introduces PowerUp™ Technology in its golf footwear.