Do not adjust your screens. You are seeing Puma’s TITANTOUR IGNITES correctly in all of their pink and yellow glory. They’re something that would make Gucci Mane proud.
But why did Puma make two different color shoes? Footballers out there (soccer to us in the U.S.) remember Rigobert Song from Cameroon — Cameroon’s national team is sponsored by Puma and had arguably the coolest kits during the 2014 World Cup. Song wore two different color shoes during a match at the 1998 World Cup in France, something that’s fairly common in the soccer world today but was unheard of at the time.
That’s it. There’s no new tech behind these bold TITANTOUR shoes. They have the same construction as their less bold siblings. Just make sure your shots aren’t spending more time mowing fairways or cutting down trees than hitting greens if you’re going to step up to the first tee with these hater magnets on your feet.
They will be available in limited quantities beginning April 29 for an MSRP of $230.