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Puma adds new styles to Suede range

9.45am 28th June 2019 - New Products - This story was updated on Friday, June 28th, 2019

Puma Golf’s Suede G Patch shoes

Puma Golf has released two new iterations of the Suede shoe that it launched last year, featuring the same iconic style with modern performance technologies ideally suited for the golf course.

Mimicking the classic style of Puma’s original Suedes, first launched in 1968, the Puma OG shoe (£90), which is unisex and available in both men’s and women’s sizing, utilises premium Atlantis leather on the upper. The shoe is built on a hidden traction outsole, which provides the appearance of a trainer off the course, while offering excellent recessed spikeless traction for grip and stability on the course. The OG features a sleek-shaped last for a stylish toe-down look and added comfort, while a soft PU insole provides added support.

The Suede G Patch shoe (£100) allows golfers to customise their style with a tonal hoop-and-loop formstripe that comes equipped with six interchangeable, woven label patches. This version is also built on a hidden traction outsole that provides the stability needed on course. A dual-density insole provides two unique layers of cushioning for customised comfort, fit and long-lasting durability. The Suede G Patch, which is available in men’s sizes, comes in Rose, Black and Quarry colours.

Puma’s Suede OG offer plenty of traction and lateral support


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