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Softspikes unveils 2013's new high-perfomance cleats

February 8, 2013

Softspikes, the leading cleat on professional Tours around the world, is releasing its new Low-Profile Stealth and Ultra-Advanced Cyclone Ice designs for 2013.

As featured in FootJoy’s new M:PROJECT shoe, the Stealth cleat will be released in PINS thread to golfers across Europe at a UK RRP of £8.99.

The new Softspikes Stealth cleat with PINS thread

Stealth, available in Black/Silver, has been specifically engineered to combine with the low-profile shoe phenomenon to allow golfers to benefit from superior traction, stability and overall performance.

Softspikes’ PINS (Performance INsert System) was developed after years of exploration at the brands Research and Development Centre. Its development has allowed a dramatic improvement in golfers' balance by placing them closer to the ground, with a demonstrable improvement in ball-striking and providing greater feedback.

The No. 1 cleat on Tour has also announced the release of Cyclone Ice, the cleat debuted In FootJoy’s XPS-1 shoe.

The Softspikes Cyclone Ice cleat with Fast Twist thread

Cyclone Ice features multi-material components with an ultra-advanced rotational design, envisioned to counteract undesirable forces at work during impact, and utilises the popular Fast Twist thread, which is the market leader in fixing systems. Cyclone Ice is set to build on the overwhelmingly successful launch of Cyclone in 2012, and will also have a UK RRP of £8.99.





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