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Keep your feet cool

12.20am 5th April 2004 - Corporate

adidas Golf is integrating adidas‘ ClimaCool technology into several models of its high performance footwear for spring and summer 2004. ClimaCool is an advanced footwear technology engineered to keep the player cool via a sophisticated ventilation system for maximum breathability and cooling. adidas, parent company of adidas Golf, introduced ClimaCool two years ago in its running, tennis and basketball footwear.
ClimaCool provides the ultimate in internal climate control in footwear via a series of ducts, vents and perforations that work in conjunction with smooth, highly breathable linings which enhance airflow and moisture wicking while reducing frictional heat.
In addition, adidas Golf incorporates a variety of other design elements that aid in reducing heat within the shoe, including:

  • vented TPU chassis
  • open mesh tongue for breathability
  • open cell padding and breathable air-mesh (instead of padding foam) for better heat emission
  • perforated heel counter for optimal airflow
  • limited adhesives for enhanced breathability and moisture management
    perforated footbed for optimal air transfer
  • vented Torsion System for breathability

Two models will be available: ClimaCool men‘s, in one colour and ClimaCool women‘s, in two colours,both with RRP £79.99.
“The reception and success of ClimaCool in adidas‘ running, tennis and basketball footwear has been outstanding,” says Paul Clark, general manager, adidas Golf. “adidas Golf’s use of ClimaCool marks the first comprehensive approach to cooling the foot in golf footwear.”
adidas Golf www.adidasgolf.com.

       

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