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New Softspike cleats offer bespoke looks and performance
October 25, 2010

Softspikes, the world's best-selling golf cleat and the leading cleat on tour, has launched a striking new High-Gloss version of its popular Pulsar golf cleat. With golfers wanting to stand out on the fairways more than ever, these high-performance and visually striking cleats are an exciting colour innovation for the Pulsar family.

When originally launched, the Softspikes Pulsar cleat revolutionised the golf cleat market thanks to its proprietary Reactive Comfort Technology™. Through this technology, Pulsar is able to deliver maximum comfort and performance via a 16 component design that reacts to every angle of force exerted by the golfer.

The new Softspikes High-Gloss Pulsar cleat

As part of this design, flexor knuckles placed at the flex point on each of Pulsar’s eight legs offer enhanced strength, responsiveness and more than twice the flexibility of any cleat on the market. In addition, the reinforced arched webbing between each of Pulsar’s legs delivers instant energy return every time the cleat is compressed - resulting in a cleat that offers unmatched stability and comfort.

The new High-Gloss Pulsar cleat is available in three thread forms, Fast Twist, Metal Thread and Q Fit and will be on sale at retailers around Europe. Suggested retail price for a pack of High Gloss Pulsar cleats will be £8.99/€11.68

For further information on Softspikes High Gloss Pulsar Cleats visit www.softspikeseurope.com





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