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First women’s shoes from Stuburt

11.30am 7th June 2005 - Corporate

The popular manufacturer has launched its first women’s shoe models: the elegantly styled Combi-Lady and Concept Lady. Exclusively hand crafted from quality full-grain leathers, the new models incorporate the latest footwear technologies allowing female golfers to experience the heel-to-toe comfort that has seen the UK shoe manufacturer firmly re-establish itself back at the heart of the golf shoe industry.
Designed for the fashion conscious, the attractive Combi-Lady blends the performance benefits of supple leather and micro fibre uppers to deliver unrivalled style, comfort and performance. A technologically advanced four-layer Driback® waterproof bootie membrane system ensures that the golfer’s feet remain dry, combining breathability with superior protection from the elements.
Stuburt’s Concept Lady mixes quality leather and micro synthetic fabrics in a more classically styled upper which features twin saddle mid foot supports. A waterproof membrane system, Stuburt’s technologically advanced Top-Dri membrane lining, ensures that the golfer’s feet remain dry whatever the conditions.
Both models feature a new lightweight women’s outsole designed by Stuburt technicians to deliver optimum grip and traction whilst maintaining unrivalled comfort:
Available now and in sizes 4-7 (½ sizes included) the manufacturers suggested retail price for the Stuburt Combi-Lady and Concept Lady are £49.99 and £39.99 respectively.
Stuburt www.stuburt.com

       

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