SQAIRZ Announces ‘Spikes for Life’ Program

 

 

 

SQAIRZ Announces ‘Spikes for Life’ Program, Providing Golfers with Access to Free Replacement Spikes for as Long as Their Shoes Last

 

WINDHAM, N.H. (March 20, 2020) – SQAIRZ, the first line of golf shoes created specifically for the modern game, today announced its “Spikes for Life” program, providing golfers with access to free replacement spikes for as long as their SQAIRZ shoes last.

 

“One of the reasons we developed SQAIRZ is because golfers need a stronger connection to the ground in order to play their best,” said Bob Winskowicz, founder of SQAIRZ. “And that certainly extends into the spikes, which have direct contact with the turf. We think it’s important to help golfers maintain this strong connection throughout the life of their shoes.”

 

Spikes typically last about 12-15 rounds before they begin to break down, which can translate into a new set between 1 to 3 times per year. Golfers now can access free replacements, paying only shipping and handling, at SQAIRZ.com.

 

Launched in January 2020, SQAIRZ was developed to deliver the balance and stability essential in today’s power swing. Engineered around a patented SQAIRZ ® toe that allows feet to sit naturally, the inaugural line promotes proper positioning, biomechanics, comfort, balance and stability, while also helping golfers with one of the game’s biggest challenges: setup

 

Available online SQAIRZ.com, shoes retail for $199.97 and feature youth, men’s and women’s styles in a full range of sizes, as well as four colors.

 

About SQAIRZ

SQAIRZ is the first golf shoe dedicated to game improvement. Launched in 2020, its line of shoes was engineered around a patented SQAIRZ® toe and other game improvement innovations that promote proper positioning and setup, biomechanics, comfort, balance and stability – helping golfers realize better accuracy and create more torque for greater distance. For more information, visit sqairz.com or connect in Instagram, Facebook and YouTube.

 

 

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