Traction and stability improved with Tri-Fi-Grip
Revolutionary sole design works with foot's pivot points.
Joint venture with Gore results in groundbreaking golf shoe.
Ecco Cage Evo are lightweight, comfortable and waterproof.
Cage shoe has quality, comfort & stability locked up.
DiP Cage wraps around shoe to promote stability & performance.
Casual Hybrid comes in two styles to extend popular range.
In any colour you like, as long as it is green or azalea.
Biom Hybrid 2 has new ultra-thin midsole to make shoe even lighter.
Ecco reveal why 90% of their sales are spikeless and the future for natural motion.
Originally released in 2012, Ecco have redesigned the Tour Hybrid shoe for 2014 with a new, worn-in brogue version along with two other saddled models.
Four-time major champion, Ernie Els signs a deal to join Ecco Golf as a brand ambassador. He will wear the company's shoes and logo on his cap starting in 2014.
Offered in a range of vibrant colours, the Street EVO One is described by Ecco as a "performance hybrid shoe" and and features an array of Ecco's latest proprietary technology and features.
It's not often a golf shoe is inspired by a sports car. However, that is the inspiration behind ECCO Golf's latest special edition "Stealth" BIOM shoe.
Last month we told you about ECCO signing up Marcel Siem, well the Danish shoe manufacturers are making the news again as they have re-signed Fred Couples just three days after fellow-ECCO player, Graeme McDowell, won the French Open in a pair of Ecco shoes.
Danish brand ECCO announced today the signing of Marcel Siem, who will wear the brand’s golf shoes in competitions worldwide and showcase the ECCO logo on his headwear.
Offered in two colours, the limited-edition Ecco Biom Zero shoes weigh less than 10 ounces. Packed with BIOM technology, a low profile design and a Street outsole, the BIOM Zero "feels like wearing nothing and playing barefoot".
“Our brand has been heralded for redefining comfort and now we’re taking that to the next level.” Ecco's Michael Waack is talking about the limited-edition Ecco BIOM Zero shoe, Ecco's lightest, most minimal shoe design ever.Weighing less than 10 ounces,...
Back in 2010, Ecco introduced golfers everywhere to the spikeless Ecco Street shoe. Since then, spikeless shoes have exploded onto the market. Now the Danish based company is offering...
The Ecco Tour Hybrid is a perfect blend of form and function for modern golfers featuring the street shoe sole and a Goretex upper
ECCO was established in 1963 by Karl Toosbuy in the small town of Bredebro in southern Denmark. Toosbuy founded the company on the philosophy that “shoes must follow the foot” and not the other way around. His idea was to produce shoes that combined innovative technology, Scandinavian design, and traditional craftsmanship with an understanding of the human foot, and how it works.
The ECCO footwear group employs nearly 20,000 people worldwide. Its products can be found in 4,000 branded sales locations in more than 90 countries. In the mid 1990s, ECCO joined the golf market, creating golf shoes specifically to build on the ethos that Toosbury started thirty years earlier.
ECCO are proud to be the only major shoe manufacturer to own and manage every step of the shoemaking process from leather production through its own shoe factories all the way to its stores.
In 2009, ECCO started a revolution that changed the way the world looks at golf shoes. Casual, fashion-forward styles designed to be worn on and off course, the Golf Street and Golf Street Lite collections, offer distinctive styling, comfort and convenience, while being trusted by many of the world’s best players. When Fred Couples wore a pair of the ECCO Golf Street shoes at the 2010 Masters, the company enjoyed a surge in interest and popularity.
Along with the Street models, ECCO developed the game’s first Natural Motion shoe. BIOM Golf showcases a patented design based on the foot’s natural system for absorbing impact. Exceptionally lightweight, featuring an ultra-low profile and the game’s most stable hitting platform, it was created by scanning the feet of 2,500 athletes.