Ian Poulter's Secret Weapon

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Zl-shoes

Ian Poulter’s secret weapon? His ZL shoes, the footwear choice that’ll impress even the snooty golf club members. All luxe, premium leathers, the ZL– which keeps things classy in a refined black and white palette – is the regular golf shoe’s fancy tuxedo equivalent. There’s some pretty cool tech to it, too: the shoe’s TPU forefoot and heel are connected by a carbon fiber shank in the shoe’s DUO FLHT Chassis, which provides stability for the golfer yet still allows for torsional movement. Grippiness comes in with 14 replaceable S²Quill® spikes along with molded S²QuillTec® spikes. And then there’s the cushioning, the breathability, the waterproof-iness…we’ll stop there. Let’s be honest – we had you at snooty golf club, didn’t we.

The ZL keeps it lux in two color combinations, Black/White and White/Black.

The ZL retails in the US for $200 and 259,95€ in Central Europe; find a store near you: http://www.puma.com/stores

 

Features:
Luxe, premium leather upper
14 replaceable S²Quill® spikes for maximum grip, paired with directionally molded S²QuillTec® spikes for added green-friendly traction
DUO FLHT Chassis, featuring TPU in the forefoot and heel connected by a carbon fiber DUO FLHT XRS Shank for optimum power, leverage, and control
Decoupled heel construction with flex grooves for shock absorption and a smooth heel-to-toe transition
Compression molded EVA cushioning in the forefoot and heel, with strategically-placed EverFoam® cushioning at the heel for a comfortable fit
Breathable, anti-microbial OrthoLite® sockliner for optimum fit and comfort
stormCELL designation for highly functional, durable materials with waterproofing guaranteed for two years
PINS™ (Performance INsert System by Pride) technology for a lower-to-the-ground construction that provides more immediate response for a more consistent swing
Men’s performance last to accommodate a wide variety of golfers
Lace closure for a snug fit
PUMA Formstrip at lateral and medial sides
PUMA Cat Logo at tongue, forefoot, and heel
 

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