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Get a grip on winter with the Softspikes Ultimate Cleat Kit
November 8, 2011

Softspikes, the world’s leading cleat, tee and grip manufacturers, have designed an ideal Christmas gift for golfers - the Ultimate Cleat Kit.

Comprising Softspikes’ exclusive Cleat Ripper and coveted Pulsar Cleats, the package set is the perfect tool to ensure you have every asset necessary to beat the turbulent conditions this winter.

Softspikes Ultimate Cleat KitSoftspikes’ Pulsar revolutionised the golf cleat market thanks to its proprietary Reactive Comfort Technology, which enables Pulsar to deliver maximum comfort and performance in all conditions via a 16 component design that reacts to every angle of force exerted by the golfer.

This technology will hugely benefit your grip and stability this winter, promoting confidence and improving noverall performance.

This is the perfect time to change your cleats. Following a long season, your current cleats will have seen better days - make sure you're ready ready for a strong winter season for just £12.99 (RRP)!

Forming the other half of Softspikes’ unique Ultimate Cleat Kit is the Cleat Ripper. Ensuring even the most stubborn of worn, redundant cleats can be wrenched, this essential tool will allow you to change your cleats with minimal effort.








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