19th Hole

PUMA Golf introduces Monolite golf shoe

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PUMA Golf has introduced the Monolite golf shoe, a versatile shoe designed to provide maximum comfort for 19 holes. The Monolite
weighs in at just 9.5oz. (269 grams) and is more than 30% lighter than comparable styles on the market.

The spikeless shoe goes isn’t only lightweight, it’s also quite stylish.

“The Monolite is the perfect shoe to showcase our new LiteStyleTM platform we are launching in 2014,” said Grant Knudson, Footwear Product Manager for PUMA Golf. “It is an impressive blend of lightweight performance, versatility, comfort and style that will
attract golfers of all kinds.”

The Carbon Rubber outsole uses SmartQuill® to enhance grip and traction throughout the golfer’s swing by strategically shaping and positioning traction lugs directionally. The compression EVA midsole is fully integrated with the external heel counter, creating one
cohesive unit that allows for ultimate lightweight comfort and cushioning while maintaining high levels of support and traction.

A premium, waterproof upper made with full-grain leather features subtle design and color details in five hard-to-resist color options. Everfoam is strategically positioned within the upper for a comfortable fit that has slow recovery memory foam adjusting to the contours of your foot with every step.

Available in two perforated leather options (Monaco Blue/Lime Green/White and Black/White) and three smooth leather options (Tradewinds/White/Monaco Blue, Chestnut/Black Coffee/Vibrant), each shoe comes with two laces to customize your look as often as you want.

The Monolite Wns is available in four trendsetting color combinations with an upper inspired by an oxford silhouette. Featuring a yoga mat sockliner (that is literally made out of yoga mat material) the Monolite Wns provides all day comfort and cushioning to keep your feet feeling relaxed and looking great.

PUMA Golf’s Monolite (120$ CDN) will be available on local retailers shelves starting Feb. 1, 2014.