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Puma's latest TitanTour golf shoe features Ignite foam, Outlast phase change technology

Ben Welter - Thursday, October 29, 2015

Puma TitanTour IgniteLike its predecessor, the latest version of Puma's TitanTour golf shoe features temperature-regulating phase change material in its lining. The Outlast technology is designed to keep the wearer comfortable by absorbing, storing and releasing heat as conditions demand. The new TitanTour Ignite also uses a liquid polyurethane blend during the manufacturing process to form a cushioned midsole between the outsole and the foot. The shoes retail for $180 and up.

http://www.golfdigest.com/story/pumas-titantour-golf-shoes-are-the-latest-in-a-market-inspired-by-running-shoes

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