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Ecco launches 2011 Women’s Casual Cool Hydromax Collection
April 20, 2011

Danish brand ECCO – maker of the world’s most comfortable, technically-advanced footwear – has released its women’s Casual Cool Hydromax collection for 2011, including a broad range of bright, funky new colours, with luxurious stitch detailing and advanced aesthetics.

The sleek new offering mixes contemporary fashion with serious performance through smooth leathers, trend-inspired colours, feminine detailing and an advanced outsole design.

The Ecco women's Casual Cool Hydromax shoe for 2011

ECCO’s Hydromax uppers, crafted from smooth leather types, enhance weather resistance and augment style throughout the range.

Also incorporated into this contemporary design is a removable leather covered insole, featuring the ECCO Comfort Fiber System, which increases air circulation while creating a fresh, ultra-cool inner climate.

Furthermore, superior torsional and swing stability is ensured by an asymmetrical arch support and an integrated heel stabiliser, enabling the golfer to benefit both aesthetically and functionally from this all-encompassing shoe.

The Ecco women's Casual Cool Hydromax shoe for 2011

A distinctively feminine feel is created by a sleek, single-density outsole which is colour-matched to the uppers for a complete, style-orientated look.

Casual Cool Hydromax is available in the following exciting colour options for 2011; White/Imperial Purple/Light Purple, White/Black/Black, White/White, White/Sand/Sand, White/Golden Puppy/Sand, with a suggested retail price of £120.

For further information please visit www.ecco.com/golf

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