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New golf shoe by Puma with NASA tech features

Jan 21, 2015 Germany

Puma Titan Tour Golf Shoes Launch

The Titantour by Puma is made with a state-of-the-art temperature regulating technology

The new Puma Golf TITANTOUR shoe features temperature regulating Outlast Technology, initially developed for NASA with an aim to keep astronauts comfortable in their spacesuits. By applying such technology, the sportswear company’s designers use the material in the sock liner of the new shoe to manage heat and keep feet cool while preventing moisture buildup, and keeping the feet comfortable and dry.

This material absorbs and redistributes the heat depending on the exterior conditions, resulting in a constant temperature and preventing moisture. The Titantour shoe also incorporate an insole with memory foam, enhancing comfort and absorbing shock, and an external heel helping to increase stability.

The Titantour will be available in the US in seven color combinations from the 1st of February onwards with a price of 220 US dollars a pair.

For more information about the Titantour shoe please refer to Puma's website.

Image and Video Credits: Puma


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