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Keep an eye out for PUMA's custom shoes at the Presidents Cup
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December 13, 2019
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This week, as the game's biggest stars head down under to Royal Melbourne Golf Club to contest the 2019 Presidents Cup, PUMA Golf will be well-represented in both team rooms.   

Just in time for the U.S. team to defend its crown, PUMA Golf will have team members Rickie Fowler, Bryson DeChambeau and Gary Woodland outfitted in pairs of custom, America inspired kicks. 

Bryson and Gary will sport the brand's new PWRADAPT Caged Star Spangled shoes. PUMA's PWRADAPT Caged Star Spangled come in an Old Glory inspired red, white and blue colorway incorporating stars and stripes throughout the design that will allow its wearers to represent the US of A in true patriotic fashion.

A full-length IGNITE Foam midsole, provides unparalleled comfort and energy return to help Bryson and Gary feel and play their best all day long.  Rickie will sport a new, exclusive-to-him, custom pair of PROADAPTS that will give Americans all the right feels!

On the International side, PUMA will be represented by Captain Ernie Els.  The Big Easy will opt for supreme comfort as he captains his side in the new Limited Edition IGNITE NXT Presidents Cup shoes. 

The IGNITE NXT Presidents Cup shoes introduce design elements from the newly designed international team logo and their quest for gold. The mostly black upper is accented with gold hits, while a gold speckled midsole represents the gold trophy. The International team logo is featured on the tongue pull tabs, the outsole, and sockliner. Ernie Els’ signature logo can be seen on the heel pull tab and inside of the tongue pull tab. 

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