The sleek new design feels like a running shoe but performs like a golf shoe, thanks to its Nike React midsole, weatherproof Flyknit upper, and Zoom Stroble technology. You probably wouldn't want to run a 5K in these—but you could—and you can't say that about your average pair of FootJoys.
But where it really gets is interesting is how Nike designers reworked traction elements, as the source of a golfer's kinetic energy comes from the ground. Their system transfers more power up the kinetic chain, providing maximum energy retention, all while delivering zero slippage despite the running-inspired look and feel. Even if your swing speed isn't close to the 128 mph Koepka generates, this should only help your game.
The shoe won't drop until April 1, unfortunately, but we'll fire out a reminder when they go live.