Product: Puma BioDrive Golf Shoe
Where to buy? : www.carlsgolfland.com
I finally had a chance to play some golf yesterday. It’s been raining a lot lately in Puerto Rico so I hadn’t had the chance to go out and practice what I have learned so far about this great game we call golf.
The sun finally came out yesterday, for a while anyway, so I headed out to my local golf course with a good friend of mine and I finally got a chance to try out the Puma Biodrive Golf Shoes I had purchased a while back. I also got a chance to try out my Morsh 2 Wood. It’s quickly turning into one of my favorite clubs.
Although the sun had been shining, the course was still in bad shape. So I gave the Puma Biodrive Golf Shoes a beating.
Out of the box
The first thing I noticed about the Puma Biodrive Golf Shoe was how light it is. This is to something Puma calls FusionFoam technology. It is 15% lighter than traditional midsoles making this shoe one of the lightest in the market.
The Puma Biodrive comes in a nice variety of colors, I ordered mine in black and orange.
When I tried them on, I noticed that they were very comfortable. They felt like sneakers. They came with 2 sets of shoe laces. Black and orange. I choose the black laces.
On the Golf Course
The shoe performed exactly as I had hoped. It felt great on grass. Very flexible and the best feature is that they are waterproof.
The course was not in good shape as it had rained a lot prior to tee time. Despite the muddy conditions, the Puma Biodrive did not loose grip and most importantly kept my feet dry. It didn’t improve my game, I shot a 101, but it is still a very comfortable and fashionable golf shoe.
Check out the aftermath
- Performance mesh uppers offer incredible comfort and flexibility
- Supportive midfoot axis point for a balanced feel
- Ortholite sock liner for the perfect fit
- Multiple laces included
- Spikeless outsole for versatility
- FusionFoam technology is 15% lighter than traditional midsoles
I really like this shoe. these shoes focus on 3 specialized zones (Flexibility – Balance – Stability). Each of these zones is designed to improve the overall shoe comfort level.
Only time will tell how the shoe will hold up, but for now, I don’t see myself trying out new shoes anytime soon.