Puma Zero Limits Golf Shoes Review

Puma Golf is about being fun and youthful in their apparel and footwear lines, but they haven’t forgotten about the golfer who wants a premium leather golf shoe that is refined and classy. Enter the Puma Zero Limits golf shoe, which is a luxe golf shoe that will satisfy the most discerning golfer, and its worn by Ian Poutlter. If its good enough for Poulter, it has to be good?

Look and Feel of the Puma Zero Limits Golf Shoe

The first thing you notice when you look at the Zero Limits golf shoes is how classy the premium white leather uppers look combined with the black accents of the Puma stripe on the sides and contrasting  Puma Cat logo on the tongue, forefoot, and heel. The simplicity of the Zero Limits make it a perfect choice for the golfer who wants a refined golf shoe. The profile is very similar to the Puma Swing GTX golf shoe, which has a narrow profile, but won’t constrict your feet. The Puma Zero Limits golf shoes are quite unique in there construction, because the shoe’s TPU forefoot and heel are connected by a carbon fiber shank in the shoes’s DUO FLHT Chassis, which provides you stability in your golf swing. The simple lace closure on the Zero Limits golf shoes provide a nice snug fit, that won’t pinch the top of your foot after wearing the shoes over long periods of time.

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The Zero Limits shoe is made with Storm Cell materials, which means they are waterproof (taped seams) and highly breathable to keep your feet protected from the elements-guaranteed for two years. The EVA cushioning in the forefront and heel, also features strategically placed EverFoam cushioning at the heel that adjusts to your heels contour. While the Breathable OrthoLite sockliner keeps your feet comfortable on those hot days on the golf course.  The sole of the Zero Limits golf shoes feature 14 replaceable S2Quill spikes and are paired with directionally molded S2QuillTec spikes for traction around the greens.  My only complaint about the Puna Zero Limits golf shoes, is the weight, which is a bit of on the heavy side. I think part of the weight issue comes from the premium leather uppers and made me wonder if these shoes would breathe or just suffocate my feet.

How do the Puma Zero Limits Golf Shoes Perform?

The minute I slipped on my pair of the Puma  Zero Limits golf shoes, my fears of wearing a pair of heavy golf shoes drifted away, as my feet felt very comfortable while walking around in them.  The cushioning and heel support felt great as I walked the golf course. Not once did the shoes feel too restrictive or heavy. During my golf swing the Zero Limits golf shoes did a great job of keeping my feet well connected to the ground, from the tee box to the sand, my feet never slipped. I always felt in control during my swing, which is important when you are pushing off the ground in your downswing. And more importantly, my feet felt cool on the hot and humid days. On the green the S2QuillTec spikes, provided me with green-friendly traction that doesn’t create huge marks all over the green, which your playing partners will appreciate.

If you’re on the market for a pair of premium leather golf shoes, that are comfortable to wear and provide good traction in various course conditions, pick up a pair of Puma Zero Limits golf shoes.

Puma Zero Limits Golf Shoes $200

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Author: Rob Hayashida

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