Puma Biofusion Golf Shoes Review

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  • At a glance

  • TG Rating 4.5 out of 5
  • Owner Rating Not yet rated
  • Pros

    Lots of cushioning, flamboyant style

  • Cons

    You might prefer a more snug fit

  • RRP £130.00

What we say...

Designed to change the way golfers think about footwear, the new LiteStyle shoe is flexible while still offering support. The waterproof mesh shoe provides long-lasting durability with a one-year guarantee. Inside the shoe, “Everfoam”, a special slow-recovery memory foam, is also strategically placed for a fit that adjusts to the contours of the foot. A liner in the midsole provides a comfortable fit, durability and optimised air circulation, along with antimicrobial materials designed to reduce odour. The upper features a cell-shaped structure and a special microfibre synthetic leather designed to be lightweight, breathable and supportive. Available in three colours.

As reviewed in our 2014 Shoes Test:
There’s a huge amount of cushioning, particularly under the heel; some people will like this, but you might prefer to feel in contact with the ground a bit more. The sporty styling seems like it’s aimed at the younger generation. Certainly offers a roomy fit, quite wide in the mid foot. Style will appeal to flamboyant golfers but some people may want a more snug fit via a narrow option if there is one available.

Watch the video (above) to find out what a fourball of TG readers thought of the shoes. 


Product Information

SpikesSwing Speed Quill spikes
Waterproof guaranteeTwo years
Manufacturer guarantee

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