Review: PUMA ZL Golf Shoes
On the course you could tell how structured these shoes felt. While the leather was soft and the fit was great, they were not the best out of the box shoe I’ve ever worn. They took a solid round to get broken in. I had some heel rub on the first round. After that first round they started to mold to my feet and break in nicely. They have held their shape incredibly well. Sometimes structured shoes get all wrinkly and look almost too broken in after just a couple rounds, these still look great. The outsole is fairly stiff too during the first couple rounds, but it also starts to stretch and flex more as the rounds start to add up. They have nice padding on both the sole and the rim, but the waterproof uppers were just a little stiff initially. The grip though is rock solid. The spikes paired with the sole design will grab the ground under any conditions. They didn’t seem to clog up with grass and clippings either like some cleated shoes I’ve worn.
If you like PUMA shoes, but don’t want the wild or bright look of many of their shoes, these would be a great choice. They are structured, spiked, waterproof and classy. Make sure to take your time breaking them in, heel blisters are never fun. If the PUMA ZL shoes are classy enough for Ian Poulter, they should be classy enough for you.
For more information: www.puma.com/golf
+Comfortable once broken in
+Superior spiked grip
–Need to be broken in