In Puma Golf’s YouTube video, PGA Tour player Rickie Fowler tests the new Biofusion Tour golf shoe.
“I mean, they look like a shoe that I can go just walk around in and be super comfortable and look good,” Fowler said in the video.
Puma’s new product has a special control cell technology, which allows a system of parts to work together for ultimate performance. Parts of this system include the seven-cleat configuration, the mid-foot traction bridge and the outsole.
The cleat configuration helps to make the shoe a non-slip product, The mid-foot traction bridge provides more surface area throughout the sole of the shoe, giving the player more traction and stability during a swing.
At only 1.4 mm, the outsole keeps the shoe very light to carry. A combination of waterproof materials gives a locked-in fit on top.