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Puma Golf introduce Ignite IGNITE PWRADAPT CAGED

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PUMA Golf today unveiled its new IGNITE PWRADAPT CAGED footwear, delivering the optimum blend of comfort, style with locked-in stability no matter how hard a golfer swings, thanks to a new PWRCAGE saddle unit.

IGNITE PWRADAPT CAGED have been anatomically designed to deliver outstanding comfort and a perfect, tailored fit. The supportive PWRCAGE Saddle wraps around the medial and lateral sides of the shoe providing unmatched stability.  As the laces tighten, the cage around a golfer’s foot forms a perfect, comfortable but stable fit, and the Heel Lock Window cups the golfer’s heel comfortably locking his foot securely into the shoe.  In addition, the layered Adaptive Fit System provides 360-degree support through the internal bootie, while the external bootie equipped with PWRFRAME technology ensures that the foot is fully supported in highest impact areas.

The full-length IGNITE foam cushioning and PWRADAPT Technology sole provide responsive comfort and 3-dimensional traction that adapts to the way a golfer moves.

In terms of style, both the lace and DISC version of CAGED feature an Epic Tour Last – a refined, anatomical last shaping that delivers excellent fit and ample forefoot volume for comfort and a stunning toe-down look.

“Our new CAGED footwear will keep you locked in and comfortable all day thanks to our new Adaptive Fit System and PWRCAGE saddle unit which provides the perfect fit, and stability like you’ve never felt before. Best of all, they come in a stylish, lifestyle-inspired, extremely comfortable package,” said Andrew Lawson, Footwear Product Line Manager, PUMA Golf.

The IGNITE PWRADAPT CAGED collection is available in the golfer’s choice of four stylish color ways (Gray Violet/Silver/White, Black/Silver/Black, Quiet Shade/Silver/Black, White/Silver/Peacoat).  Available in sizes 7-12, the IGNITE PWRADAPT CAGED will feature a retail price of €150 and be available through retail and online from Feb.

For more information on IGNITE PWRADAPT CAGED and PUMA GOLF footwear, visit www.pumagolf.co.uk.

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