G/FORE has gone back to the streets for inspiration with its latest eye-catching addition to the footwear range.
The striking Mid/Street Disruptor (RRP £159/$225) is designed to be worn away from the golf course, but maintains the trademark G/FORE style with a smart, yet casual look and is brimming with all of the performance and technology associated with the Californian brand's wide range of footwear.
The superior comfort is fused with simple, elegant style and the design features a higher cut to the ankle with premium outsole details to optimise flexibility and support.
It's an exciting variation on the Disruptor, which launched earlier this year and has proved to be hugely popular for golfers keen to find a high-performance, fashion-led golf shoe.
Founder of G/FORE, Mossimo Giannulli, said: "At G/FORE, we aim to help someone express their own individuality and style, rather than conforming to the norm, whether that is on the golf course or in their everyday lives.
"We've been blown away by the way the Disruptor has been received. It has received such a positive reaction and we wanted to give people the option to bring the design into their off-course wardrobes.
"The Mid/Street Disruptor is another strong addition to the range and remains true to our own ethics of quality, comfort and cutting-edge technical expertise."
Offered in both onyx and snow, the Mid/Street Disruptor is available to pre-order now and is available from December 8 with worldwide shipping at gfore.com.
To view the brand's full range of apparel, gloves, shoes and accessories, visit www.gfore.com.
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