Best Puma Golf Shoes

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Which are the best Puma golf shoes?

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The legendary German sportswear company is one of the biggest of its kind in the world and has acquired a reputation for innovation and interesting design ideas.

Certainly its range of golf shoes has millions of fans from all over the world while Bryson DeChambeau, Rickie Fowler and Lexi Thompson have showcased their range to great effect.

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We’ve also drilled down into the best shoes from adidas, Nike and FootJoy.

But let’s start with the our selection of the best Puma golf shoes…

Best Puma Golf Shoes: Unisex

Fasten8 men

Puma IGNITE Fasten8 golf shoes

RRP £100.00 | Sole: Spikeless | Men’s – VIEW OFFER; Ladies’ – VIEW OFFER
Sizes (UK):
 3-12 | Colour options: Black + Silver; White + Pink; Grey + Blue | BOA option? Yes | Waterproof? Yes 

Puma Golf’s Fasten8 generation footwear was designed on a completely new Ignite spikeless traction platform on three unique, versatile, and fashion forward upper silhouettes.

They provides wearers added stability and comfort in multiple show-stopping designs, featuring Puma’s proprietary Disc technology, a traditional lacing style, and the new SoleLace, for the ultimate in locked-in comfort.

fasten8 ladies

Each of the models in the Fasten8 family are built from the ground up using Puma’s Pro-Form TPU outsole with an organically-altered traction pattern, featuring over 100 strategically placed directional hexagon lugs in proper zones, for maximum stability and traction.

In addition, a full-length Ignite Foam midsole, wrapped in SoleShield for added durability, delivers unparalleled comfort and energy return to help golfers play their best all day long. SoleShield is a new micro-thin TPU film that is vacuum-formed around the midsole to make cleaning off dirt and debris a breeze.

The upper features a flat-knit waterproof mesh vamp with PwrFrame reinforcement. The PwrFrame TPU is an ultra-thin frame that is strategically-placed in high stress areas of the upper for lightweight support and increased stability.

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RSG Ladies

Puma RS-G golf shoes

RRP £89.99 | Men’s – VIEW OFFERLadies – VIEW OFFER
Sizes (UK): 7-12 | Sole: Spikeless | Colour options: Black + Quiet Shade + Dark Shadow; Quarry + Castlerock + Yellow; White + Black + Red; White + High Rise + Placid Blue; White + Quiet Shade + Quarry | BOA option? No | Waterproof? Yes

Puma love pushing the boundaries of what’s acceptable in golf, and the RS-G’s modern trainer look (inspired by a 1980s Puma classic) will divide opinion; you’ll either love them or hate them.

RSG Men

They may look like weirdly compressed marshmallow but you, again, have to hand it to Puma for creating something as practical as it is visually striking.

Incorporating the same, bold, chunky silhouette as the sportstyle version, the RS-G’s reengineered upper is seam-sealed and completely waterproof, with microfibre leather and TPU skin that delivers protection from the elements, keeping your feet dry all day long.

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Best Puma Golf Shoes: Men’s Only

Proadapt delta

Puma PROADAPT Delta golf shoes

RRP £149.99 | VIEW OFFER
Sizes 6-12 | Sole: Spiked | Colour options: Puma Black + Quiet Shade (grey); Puma White + Grey Violet; Puma White | BOA option? No | Waterproof? Yes

It’s all very well having a stiff, stable shoe, but if it doesn’t flex to the contours of your lie then you’re giving up grip. No matter what the terrain, the ProAdapt Delta will flex to the ground’s shape. We like the cuff around the top of the shoes, which brilliantly hugs the ankle.

Puma pin-up Ricky Fowler had a big imput into the shoe’s design and it looks like a classic piece of Fowler apparel.

They are incredibly comfortable spiked golf shoes and offer fantastic traction and represent great value for money even though you are paying well north of £100 per pair.

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Cage crafted

Puma Ignite PWRADPT Cage Crafted golf shoes

RRP £120.00 VIEW OFFER
Sizes (UK):
 7-13 | Sole: Spiked | Colour options: Black; White + Grey Violet + Silver; White + High Rise; Quiet Shade + Black; Puma Black + Puma Silver; Puma Silver + Peacoat + Puma White | BOA option? No | Waterproof? Yes

Puma’s knack of producing flexible yet strong offerings is all too evident in the Cage Crafted series and if these shoes can cope with the weight transfer requirements of Bryson DeChambeau, they will certainly cope with the stability needs of the average golfer, whatever the underfoot conditions.

The Cage Crafted model also stays true to the company’s lightweight traditions in this marketplace and cleverly integrates a leather saddle so its one-year waterproof guarantee should prove a safe bet. A Microfiber synthetic upper does the job in terms of being supportive and breathable while also making sure wet weather golf isn’t too much of a chore.

alphabet

Puma Golf PROADAPT ALPHACAT golf shoes

RRP £119.99 | VIEW OFFER
Sizes (UK): 7-12 | Sole: Spikeless | Colour options:  Black + Silver + Quiet Shade; White + High Rise; Puma White; High Rise + Silver + Ibiza Blue | BOA option? No | Waterproof? Yes

The ALPHACAT looks like a lot of golf shoe and it really is. In terms of sturdy spikeless options you will struggle to find one as durable.

Central to its effectiveness is Puma’s Adapt midsole which promises to return energy. Whether your feet feel energised after 18 holes is up for debate but what is not in doubt is the excellent stability you get.

That’s also because of the Proadapt outsole, which has an abrasion-resistant TPU perimeter and central crystal rubber portion. Together they offer oodles of grip and will cope with even soft winter fairways.

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Original G

Puma Golf Original G Spikeless golf shoes

RRP £69.99 | VIEW OFFER
Sizes (UK): 7-11 | Sole: Spikeless | Colour options: Peacoat; Black; White | BOA option? No | Waterproof? Yes

A pure throwback to a simpler time and this stripped back shoe really goes against the grain in terms of what Puma has produced in the last ten years.

For those old enough to remember the Puma range of the 70s and 80s then this will bring back memories and the company hopes it will become a shoe seen as much off the course as on it.

The understated sole certainly looks more tennis than golf but look closely and you will notice how Puma have made this deceptively grippy.

It is also wonderfully comfortable thanks to ultra-soft insole while the leather upper will mould perfectly around any foot.

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Fusion EVO

Puma Golf FUSION EVO golf shoes

RRP £69.99 | VIEW OFFER 
Sizes (UK): 7-12 | Sole: Spikeless | Colour options: High Rise + Lime Punch; Navy Blazer + Quiet Shade | BOA option? No | Waterproof? No

This is definitely a shoe with a lot of sole. For those golfers who yearn for a bit of extra height, the FUSION EVO will give you a good couple of inches if nothing else.

The prominent lower portion is packed with Fusion Foam, an EVA foam midsole plus you also get a two-layered insole so no concerns re stability and comfort.

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The shoe is not waterproof so definitely a spring-summer option but PUMA has paid a lot of attention to maximising the fit. A PWRStrap fit nylon strap is designed to aid that on top of the orthodox laces. It means you get the shoe tight to your foot in just the right place and every golfer needs that.  

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Best Puma Golf Shoes: Ladies’ Only

Blaze Pro

Puma Ignite Blaze Pro Ladies golf shoes

RRP £99.00 | VIEW OFFER 
Sizes (UK): 4-7.5 | Sole: Spiked | Colour options:  Puma Black + Rosewater; puma White + High Rise | BOA option? No | Waterproof? Yes

A new one for 2022 from the German sportswear giants and it is packed with the company’s patented innovations.

The popular Ignite midsole is at the heart of the shoe plus you also get Pro-Form TPU underneath for unrivalled grip and on top a performance mesh, which combines Pwrcage, Pwrframe and a non-stretch waterproof breathable mesh, takes some beating.

The GripZone traction system utilises 39 hexagon-shaped studs and 24 chevron-shaped lugs to ensures elite-level stability.  

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Puma Laguna

Puma Laguna golf shoes

RRP £70.00 | VIEW OFFER
Sizes (UK): 4-8 | Sole: Spiked | Colour options: High Rise + Puma White; Peacoat + Puma Silver; Puma White; Puma Black | BOA option? No | Waterproof? Yes

A very contemporary offering from Puma (as you might expect) and one that could be worn as a trainer day-to-day.

There is also plenty going on for your money with the crystal-carbon rubber outsole forming a deceptively sturdy base. The traction lugs also grip pretty well.

Puma’s Fusion Foam system also gets a good workout here and the waterproof mesh upper is more rigid than you might expect. It may look like a standard Puma trainer but offers so much more.

Statement Low

Puma Golf Ignite Statement Low Ladies golf shoes

RRP £100.00 | VIEW OFFER
Sizes (UK): 4-7 | Sole: Spikeless | Colour options: White + Quarry; Peacoat + Aqua; Quarry + White | BOA option? No | Waterproof? Yes

Very much a 21st century Puma golf shoe which definitely has multi-use properties. It will look and feel good on a long walk or even when you are just out and about.

However this is a golf shoe that has been cleverly waterproofed without compromising on style and it also has a durable and strengthened base. Certainly the external Pro-Clip TPU heel counter adds to the feeling of stability.

You also get Puma’s much-vaunted Ignite midsole which, even if it does not return the levels of energy as promised, is certainly extremely helpful from a stability perspective and the 2-way stretch meshed upper will afford just the right amount of give.  Every foot has a slightly different shape after all.

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Mark Flanagan is Today's Golfer's Commercial Content Writer.

Mark Flanagan has been a golf journalist since 2008 having worked at a number of daily newspapers before that as part of the sports teams.

He’s been playing golf since the age of 11, starting out at Olton in the West Midlands and has also been a member at Hull, Waterton Park near Wakefield and Hollins Hall in Baildon. He currently plays off a nine handicap.

You can get in touch with Mark, here.

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