Nike Golf is combining the technology from a few of its top-performing models across different sports to create a brand new Air Zoom Infinity Tour model dropping in April.

The latest model was created in collaboration with pro golfer Brooks Koepka to create a running shoe that he could play golf in. So it's no surprise that at first glance, the model may quickly resemble the recently-released React Infinity Run.

It features a similar Flyknit structure on the upper and the use of React foam in the midsole but the weather-resistant upper is actually inspired by the brand's Mercurial Superfly and Vapor 360 soccer cleats. The model also uses tech from the KD 12 including the Zoom Stroble technology and moderator plate underneath the foot.

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Nike also says that on average, golfers typically walk around 4 miles on the course so it's important that their footwear helps support that. As a result, the designers analyzed data from pressure maps of the foot to see where traction elements need to be positioned on the shoe for energy return.

The Nike Air Zoom Infinity Tour will debut on Apr. 1 on Nike.com and at select Nike Golf retailers.

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