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Hi-Tec v. right with V-Lite

8.30am 27th April 2004 - Corporate

Hi-Tec – which has always specialised in comfortable, lightweight golf shoes – has taken lightweight to the extreme this spring with the launch of its revolutionary new build concept, ‘V-Lite‘ – a combination of innovative materials and build construction generating super lightweight characteristics without compromising performance or comfort.
The Hi-Tec Custom V-Lite offers new levels of cushioning, support and traction; customized fitting and supreme lightness. Hi-Tec is so confident of the comfort of this shoe that it is also offering an additional 30-day comfort guarantee.
Features include:

  • The DuPont Hytrel® Membrane: a highly breathable and waterproof membrane that transmits moisture away from the foot whilst ensuring the product is guaranteed waterproof.
  • Interchangeable footbeds, which offer the wearer a choice of ‘regular‘ and ‘wide‘ fittings, helping to tailor the shoe to the individual’s needs.
  • A ‘Poron Comfortzone Heelpad‘ which absorbs and disperses heel impact for improved comfort and cushioning over long periods of wear.
  • V-Lite Outsole featuring ‘PTT‘ (Position Traction Technology): PTT is a combination of practical traction enhancements that work in unison to ensure unbeatable grip, durability and green friendliness.

With a suggested retail price of £59.99, the Custom V-Lite is available sizes 6-12 including ½ s.


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