Puma unveil Monolite shoe

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Puma has introduced the new Monolite golf shoe, designed to give you comfort and style out on the course. The lightweight, spikeless shoe weighs just 9.5 ounces and comes in a number of stylish designs.


The outsole is made from carbon rubber and uses Puma's SmartQuill sole to enhance grop and traction throughout your swing. It's compression EVA midsole is fully integrated to give increased comfort and cushioning while maintaining high levels of support and traction.

“The Monolite is the perfect shoe to showcase our new LiteStyle platform we are launching in 2014,” said Grant Knudson, Puma's footwear product manager. “It's an impressive blend of lightweight performance, versatility, comfort and style that will attract golfers of all kinds.”

Puma Monolite availability


Available in five attractive colour options, the Monolite shoe is priced at £80 and is available to pre-order now before hitting shops in February. For more information, head over to puma.com/golf

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