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Classic style with an elegant twist from ECCO
March 15, 2011

Danish maker ECCO unveils an updated version of the popular Women’s New Classic golf shoe for the 2011 golfing season.

With an extensive range of sophisticated new colours, wingtip and saddle designs alongside luxurious stitch detailing, the ECCO New Classic will delight those wanting to make an impression on the fairways this summer.

The ECCO Women's New Classic golf shoe for 2011

Blending traditional elegance with modern performance technologies, the New Classic is further enhanced by luxurious Hydromax waterproof treated leather uppers and a distinctive outsole that looks classic, yet ensures comfort, stability and traction through all phases of the swing.

Another new feature for 2011 of this impressive golf shoes is a supple Second Skin inner lining that wicks away moisture, for a dry, yet rich interior feel. This is supplemented by a durable, dual-density genuine leather welt outsole, which results in unparalleled performance in this graceful, sophisticated female shoe.

The ECCO Women's New Classic golf shoe for 2011The Women’s New Classic is available in the following colour options for 2011; Sephia/White/Ginger, Black/White/Titanium, White/White and Lion/Cognac with a suggested retail price of £130.

For further information on ECCO golf shoes - the world’s most comfortable and technically-advanced footwear - please visit www.ecco.com/golf

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