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Puma has unveiled its latest golf shoe offering in the form of the TitanTour, designed to be the 'coolest' shoe in golf
Puma has unveiled its latest golf shoe offering in the form of the TitanTour, designed to be the 'coolest' shoe in golf.
The TitanTour features temperature-regulating Outlast Technology - originally developed for NASA for use in spacesuits.
It is strategically placed in the sockliner top cloth and manages heat while controlling the production of moisture.
This is achieved through different materials that absorb, store and release heat.
"Once again, we are pushing the limits of footwear innovation and style," said Grant Knudson, head of footwear at Puma Golf.
"The TitanTour golf shoe provides even greater comfort for the golfer by regulating head and reacting to changes in conditions and foot temperature.
An ultra-thin TPR frame gives the shoe a lightweight dimension, as well as providing durability, flexibility and traction.
An external TPU Heel Support, meanwhile, provides greater stability through all phases of the swing.
The upper is constructed from full-grain, premium leather and memory foam, which can also be found in the insole.
"The Puma TitanTour golf shoe provides all the performance, comfort, cooling and support that I need, but better yet it has a look and feel that really fits my style on the course," said Cobra Puma staffer Rickie Fowler.
The TitanTour is available in seven colour combinations:
Black/White; White/Vibrant Orange; White/Strong Blue; White/Gray Violet; Brown/Mustang; White/Black and Flash, made of reflective material.
All models will be available to purchase from February 1, 2015 with an RRP of £180.
For those not wishing to spend quite as much, the TitanLite - which sports the same Outlast technology - is available for £80.
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