ECCO® GOLF unveils fresh updates for Autumn/Winter 2020

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New performance leather for a smoother look and feel
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September 14, 2020
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ECCO® GOLF unveils fresh updates for Autumn/Winter 2020


Global golf footwear innovators, ECCO GOLF, have introduced a selection of fresh new twists on both their men’s and women’s collections for Autumn/Winter 2020.


The most notable update has been made to the uppers of the men’s BIOM® G3, the Danish brand’s flagship cleated model, which is now made using ECCO SOFT CALF NAPPA performance leather for a smoother look and feel, crafted in the company’s own tanneries.

The leather is strong and abrasion-resistant due to the thin, compact woven collage fibre and close fine grains. Other benefits include high levels of breathability, a remarkably soft hand feel and 100% waterproof GORE-TEX technology that keeps feet dry and comfortable in all conditions.



Complementing this is the introduction of BIOM® X-TENSA INVISIBLE Technology which links the sole unit to the lacing system for a tighter connection and even more stability.

The updated model is available in Black, White, and Concrete colourways, with the additional option of White or Dark Shadow versions with the BOA® lacing system.


Among the other updates for AW20, the best-selling and highly innovative men’s and women’s S-THREE collections have been reworked with fresh colourways including Ombre (men) and Damask Rose/White Mirage (women).

Moreover, the GOLF SOFT models both come with a new section coloured midsole; White and Titanium for men, and Warm Grey, Rose Pearl and Alusilver for women, while the men’s BIOM® COOL PRO is now available in Ombre and the women’s COOL PRO has been updated to include a Damask Rose option.

Men’s STREET RETRO has also been given a fresh makeover for the season with Black, Bright White, Mocha and Marine colourways all available as part of the AW20 collection.

ECCO GOLF shoes are worn in competition around the world by Henrik Stenson, Thomas Bjørn, Fred Couples, Erik van Rooyen, Doc Redman, Lydia Ko, Minjee Lee and Caroline Masson, among others. For further information about ECCO GOLF, please visit golf.ecco.com

ECCO® GOLF unveils fresh updates for Autumn/Winter 2020

RRPs:
Men’s BIOM G3 - £200
Women’s BIOM G3 - £200-210
Men’s S-THREE - £180
Women’s S-THREE - £180
Men’s BIOM COOL PRO – £210
Women’s COOL PRO - £200
Men’s STREET RETRO - £120

For more information, please visit golf.ecco.com or contact

Timo Vollrath, Global Marketing Manager, ECCO GOLF.

Email: TVO@ecco.com

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