Hi-Tec improves its CDT shoes

Harrington footwear updated as Stuburt gives itself a facelift with new logo.

Bob Warters's picture
Wed, 19 Oct 2005
Hi-Tec improves its CDT shoes


Europa in white

Sports and outdoor shoe-makers Hi-Tec.com./category.php?categoryId=2"target="_blank"> Hi-Tec, has updated its revolutionary range of golf shoes with the introduction of the CDT Europa, set to be worn by Padraig Harrington next season.

The Irishman, who has assisted in the design and technology of the shoe, claims it has helped him improve his driving with the traction, balance and stability developed in the sole, which can be fine-tuned to the individual.

Says Harrington about the Custom Directional Traction (CDT): "I've always known there's an art to golf, but there's also a science. Since I've been using the shoes my average ball speed has increased from 166 mph to 173 mph which has added over 15 yards to my drive."

The CDT Europa (£85) is available in a black or white is available in men’s sizes 6-12.



Celebrating a year since its re-launch, Stuburt has unveiled a distinctive new brand identity and logo. It is to be integrated across Stuburt’s latest footwear and clothing ranges in retail shops and on Tour.

‘Having enjoyed huge growth over the past 12 months and with an impressive Tour presence, thanks to David Howell and Mark James, we decided that a high visibility brand mark was required to highlight our growing prominence," commented Graeme Stevens, UK Golf Services Managing Director.

Stuburt is launching a range of all-weather clothing including rain suits and wind shirts featuring its exclusive DRI-back waterproof membrane system. Call 01895 813 613 for your nearest stockist.