PUMA GOLF INTRODUCES TITANTOUR: DESIGNED TO BE THE COOLEST SHOE IN GOLF
10-Feb-2015
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TITANTOUR - The Coolest Shoe in Golf

Featuring Revolutionary Temperature-Regulation Technology along with Tour Performance and Maximum Comfort 

PUMA Golf, a leader in footwear innovation and design, has announced the release of the new TITANTOUR golf footwear. Designed to be the coolest shoe in golf, the TITANTOUR features revolutionary, temperature-regulating Outlast® Technology along with a sleek, eye-catching silhouette for a tour performance golf shoe with industry-leading comfort and style.

Outlast Certified Space Technology™ was originally developed for NASA to maintain a comfortable temperature in spacesuits and now, PUMA Golf brings this technology to the golf course with TITANTOUR. The strategic placement of Outlast in the sockliner top cloth is designed to proactively manage heat while controlling the production of moisture before it begins. Foot temperature is regulated through phase-change materials that absorb, store and release heat for optimal thermal comfort.

“Once again, we are pushing the limits of footwear innovation and style. The TITANTOUR provides even greater comfort for the golfer by proactively regulating heat and reacting to changes in conditions and foot temperature,” said PUMA Golf Head of Footwear Grant Knudson. “The fit, feel and performance of the new TITANTOUR shoes are specifically designed to meet the needs of all golfers at the highest level.” 

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