Puma Golf has been on a roll with its golf shoe offerings for the last several years, and their TitanTour line has evolved to include Ignite memory-ish foam for an even better feel. Now the company is refining its fit options with a broader roll out of its Disc technology in its TitanTour Ignite Disc and TitanTour Ignite Premium Disc shoes.
The Disc closure system, similar to what you may have experienced with a Boa system, offers a custom fit with a right turn of a dial located on the upper of the shoe. The internal wires (not laces) tighten the shoes quickly. The reel loosens with a left turn. I
If you haven't experienced Ignite foam, again, it's akin to a memory foam that delivers energy back to the golfer as they walk (like Boost from adidas or Charged Cushioning from Under Armour) for comfort and energy on every shot, even during the swing.
The TitanTour Ignite Disc has a premium sockliner for extra comfort, while the PWRFrame TPU outsole offers traction and improved overall flexiblity. DuoFlex technology featured flex grooves that allow the foot to move naturally while supporting it on the course.
Both the TitanTour Ignite Disc and TitanTour Ignite Premium Disc offer a full-grain leather upper, while the Premium model offers more sophisticated colorways and a Dual Density PU sockliner.
The Disc line also has the Blaze Disc for women, the Grip Sport Junior Disc for kids and a laceless, spikeless version of the Ignite Spikeless Sport, which was worn by Bryson DeChambeau in 2016. Now some of the most comfortable spikeless shoes we've ever worn at Golf News Net have the Disc closure system.
The Puma Golf TitanTour Ignite Disc and Ignite Premium Disc will be available Feb. 1. The Ignite Disc will come in five colorways for $180 per pair, while the Ignite Premium Disc will run $200 per pair in three colorways. The Blaze Disc will come in two color choices for $120, with the Sport Junior Disc going for $80. The Ignite Spikeless Sport Disc will go for $140 per pair in two colorway choices.