Are Adidas' new pimento cheese-inspired shoes lit or lame? | The Tylt
Adidas is rolling out a limited edition golf shoe for the Masters inspired by the tournament's iconic pimento cheese sandwich. Shoe heads say the kicks are straight fire and a worthy tribute to the Augusta's beloved pimento cheese sandwich. But some people can't get over the ridiculousness of a shoe designed after a cheese sandwich. What do you think? 👟 🧀
Are Adidas' new pimento cheese-inspired shoes lit or lame?
The shoes are built on Adidas' popular "boost" technology, which maximizes comfort and stability while ensuring all movement is channeled for maximum efficiency. The "CircleKnit" uppers were designed for golfers—boasting breathability and comfort, while providing the lateral support golfers need. It's a good shoe—but does the fact that Adidas designed it after a cheese sandwich ruin it?
Here's how Adidas puts it:
The all white shoe, symbolic of the sandwich’s white bread, features minimalistic pops of green on the heal and sole, and a pimento cheese designed sockliner paying homage to the $1.50 concession stand staple.