The ECO BIOM Hybrid 2 is the second age of Ecco’s top-selling shoe.
It is fifteen percent lighter than the objective, thanks to an extra-thin midsole and a twin-density TPU outsole.
The shoe is designed to provide more support in critical places while delivering increased softness in others.
Features ECCO Men’s Biom Hybrid 2 Hydromax Golf Shoe
It contains breathable, soft upper treated with Hydromax and an anti-stain technique to offer improved levels of protection.
TPU traction bars offer grip and support, while silicon rings top unwanted food movement during the swing.
Compared to BIOM Hybrid, the Hybrid 2 specs a thinner midsole, creating a sleeker look.
With the thinner midsole, ECCO decreases the shoe’s weight by a couple of ounces down to 1.6 pounds while also bringing you nearer to the ground – both of which are the best things.
The Hybrid 2 retains design elements such as the more encompassing toe box and pull tab/Achilles tendon protector, though it does not appear as top as one of the ECCO BIOM hybrids.
On the breathable yak leather upper, ECCO has to get rid of perforation on the quarter of the shoe but retains them on the vamp and tongue, just below the laces.
The yak leather is strong and is treated with ECOOs hydromax to make the shoe water-repellent and stop the leather from hardening after the shoe gets repeatedly wet.
Craftsmanship was reasonably best, with the only actual problem at the base of the tongue, where badly cut yak leather bunched up under the base eyelet but did not impact the feel.
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Verdict ECCO Men’s Biom Hybrid 2 Hydromax Golf Shoe
Out of the box, the primary thing that strikes you about Eccos BIOM Hybrid 2 Golf cleats is the styling.
Sleek, new, and highly trendy, they would not be out of location off or on ff the golf course.
Once you slide them on your feet, you are welcome by supreme feelings of relaxation up there with any other golf shoe.
Take a few steps, and you fast see the light feel and spring in the cushioning, best for the long walk of eighteen holes ahead.
It barely feels like you are wearing anything.
The shoes are amazingly grippy for a spikeless model. Even in wet situations and on downhill slopes, the outsole held firm even on aggressive swings.
When hitting shots, foot stability is better by the silicon areas underfoot without affecting relaxation.
Plus, they can stay on in the clubhouse.
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