PUMA Ignite PWRADAPT shoe review

PUMA Golf once again rises the bar where footwear innovation is concerned in 2018.

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Andy Roberts
Wed, 28 Feb 2018
puma pwradapt ignite golf shoes review
IGNITE PWRADAPT provides the benefits of a cleated shoe, with the comfort of a spikeless

Need To Know

Superb traction; fantastic stability on full shots; lightweight and soft; performs like a cleated shoe but feels like a spikeless
Not the cheapest premium shoe on the market; quite bland colour options
Our score:
Overall: 
5
PRICE: £140.00 YEAR: from 2018

 

PUMA Golf has once again risen the bar where footwear innovation is concerned in 2018 with its brand new IGNITE PWRADAPT golf shoes.

Worn by Cobra Puma staffer Rickie Fowler, the "game-changing" PWRADAPT technology is an all-new traction system that makes use of seven 3-dimensional traction pods, each designed to move with you and respond to pressure during the swing. These cleats really are something else! 

The cleats provide vastly improved ground-grabbing traction regardless of the lie you find yourself with, all thanks to the independent nature of them. This is something never before seen in the golf footwear market.

Having tested the IGNITE PWRADAPT golf shoe on both hard and soft playing surfaces out at Streamsong Resort in Orlando and back home at Hadley Wood Golf Club, we can assure you while this product provides you the cleated benefits of both traction and stability, it also exudes the feel, comfort and lightness of a spikeless offering.

It really is a remarkably soft shoe, but one with bags of performance. 

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