The new Puma TitanTour Ignite golf shoes take the popular Puma TitanTour shoes and upgrade them with a bucketload more comfort
Puma has taken the covers of the brand new Puma TitanTour Ignite golf shoes, which it has designed to offer extra levels of comfort with the performance you've come to expect.
Building on the popular Puma TitanTour shoes that were released at the start of the year, the new upgrade for the Puma TitanTour Ignite sees a new Ignite Foam revolutionise the comfort on offer.
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The Ignite Foam, which is integrated between the gel moulded insole and outsole, is a springy cushioning material that provides a better energy return between your feet and the ground as you walk, so you lose less energy lifting your feet and consequently feel fresher towards the end of your game.
The soft and springy feel also means your joints should take less of a strain, hopefully reducing the chance of injuries.
The new foam design is joined inside the shoe by PWRCOOL powered by Outlast, a design where materials absorb, store and release heat so you don’t get hot and sweaty feet.
On the outside, a new last shape provides a better fit and toe-down look, and is covered by a full-grain leather upper that is waterproof and durable.
There’s also an integrated heel support that improves stability, and an ultra thin TPU frame that encases the midsole for lightweight durability and increased flexibility.
On the Puma TitanTour Ignite's sole, you’ll find multi-direction, strategically placed walls of secondary traction that surround and work in harmony with nine low-profile cleats for better grip.
There’s also anatomically positioned flex grooves between the cleats that allow your feet to move naturally, with a rigid yet flexible composition helping all the elements remain debris free as you play.
Available in six different colourways, each pair of Puma TitainTour Ignite shoes will also come with two sets of laces so you can customise your style.
The Puma TitainTour Ignite golf shoes will retail at £130.
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