Puma's TITANTOUR shoes are available in stores on Feburary 1, 2015.
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By Michael Chwasky
Tuesday, January 13, 2015

The new TITANTOUR ($220) shoe from Puma Golf features temperature regulating Outlast Technology that was originally developed for NASA to keep astronauts comfortable in their spacesuits. Puma designers use the material in the sock liner of the TITANTOUR to manage heat and keep feet cool while preventing moisture buildup.

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"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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TITANTOUR is also built with a PowerFrame design that provides lightweight strength and durability while also increasing flexibility. Other technologies include memory foam and a forefoot support that further improve overall fit and performance. Low profile stealth cleats and additional traction elements as well as strategically placed flex grooves provide plenty of grip throughout the swing.

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Seven color combinations are available including black/white; white/orange; white/blue; white/gray violet; brown/white-black; and Flash which is made of a unique reflective material. Expect TITANTOUR to hit golf shops on February 1, 2015.

See below to check out a video with Rickie Fowler, who is apparently a big fan of the new shoe:

 

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