Puma Golf add Ignite Spikeless shoes

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Puma Golf has rounded out its Titantour Ignite collection with the introduction of Spikeless footwear for unrivalled comfort and performance on and off the course.


The new line features revolutionary Ignite foam, an ultra-responsive cushioning foam designed to maximise comfort, while aiming to provide the perfect amount of support and stability.

The Ignite Spikeless is a dynamic take on a classic golf shoe, reengineered for a more casual style. The sole of the shoe features 39 strategically placed hexagon pods that provide traction, while 24 chevron shaped lugs increase grip where it’s needed most.
"We drew inspiration from classic golf footwear" - Grant Knudson

“The Ignite family of footwear was designed with comfort in mind,” said Grant Knudson, Puma Golf’s head of footwear. “Specifically, for the Spikeless version, we drew inspiration from classic golf footwear and combined that with a fashion-forward and sporty design, resulting in a stylish, high-performance shoe that can be worn on and off the course.

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“The full-length Ignite foam midsole provides unparalleled cushioning that keeps you comfortable all day, while still providing the perfect balance of support, stability and traction.”

With the addition of Puma’s exclusive Ignite foam, the Spikeless is designed to deliver responsive cushioning, optimal rebound and superior step-in comfort. The foam technology is designed to make the shoe more responsive and release energy more efficiently throughout the swing, making Ignite footwear the most comfortable collection Puma has ever created.

Puma Ignite Spikeless :: Pricing and availability


The Puma Ignite Spikeless has an RRP of £100 and comes in five colourways: white/surf the web/green gecko, white/turbulence/high risk red, black/glacier grey, drizzle/vibrant orange, chipmunk/peacoat. Available February 1, 2016. For more information, visit www.cobragolf.com/pumagolf or follow @pumagolf on Twitter.

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