Ecco launch new Hydromax
Ecco, the internationally respected Danish shoe maker, has launched a new and improved Classic Hydromax men’s golf shoe.
Ecco, the internationally respected Danish shoe manufacturer, has announced the launch of the new and improved Classic Hydromax men’s golf shoe.
Renowned for the quality, comfort and innovation that goes into all of its footwear, ECCO says the fusion of traditional style and modern technology makes for an exciting, high performance Classic Hydromax they believe will be widely welcomed by golfers of all capabilities
Constructed from high-grade leather uppers sourced directly from ECCO’s own tanneries, and incorporating a wide range of ECCO performance and comfort technologies including, innovative, hardwearing TPU outsoles and the Hydromax waterproof treatment, the Classic Hydromax promises to be a great all weather performer with widespread appeal.
It will be available in two colour options; Black and Coffee and as with all shoes in Ecco’s 2009 ranges, showcases the new Four Dots logo concept.
The suggested retail price for the Classic Hydromax is £120.
ECCO men’s golf shoes are worn in competition by scores of international Tour stars including, Colin Montgomerie, Aaron Baddeley, Stuart Appleby, Fred Couples, Thomas Bjorn, Arjun Atwal, Thongchai Jaidee, John Bickerton and Bradley Dredge.
For further information on Classic Hydromax and other golf shoes in the 2009 range, please visit www.eccogolf.com
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