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adidas PowerBand 4.0 - aggressive design for aggressive golfers
January 9, 2012

Providing enhanced stability, leverage, and balance control to support high-speed golf swings, adidas Golf is launching the next generation of its most powerful shoe ever - the PowerBand 4.0 - true to its reputation as an industry leader in footwear innovation and performance technologies.

adidas PowerBand 4.0 shoe in White / Slime / Black

The PowerBand franchise has always been renowned for eliminating power leaks and its ability to help golfers of all levels transfer their power from the back-swing through to the ball at impact. The key is an energy-harnessing foundation called a PowerBand Chassis, which provides extraordinary lateral stability from the ground up to allow for faster, more aggressive golf swings. Additionally, a stretch resistant synthetic overlay adds stability and durability.

“The PowerBand 4.0 provokes confidence because it delivers the support and stability aggressive golfers need," said Bill Price, Sr. Director of Global Footwear "and it does so at a Tour proven level.”

Complementing the PowerBand Chassis is adidas Golf’s FitFoam insole for everlasting cushioning and a TPU forefoot with 8-spike configuration and ThinTech low-profile technology for improved traction and stability. The upper features full-grain leather with detailed synthetic overlays for added stability and durability.

PowerBand 4.0 is offered in medium and wide widths, carries a ClimaProof two-year waterproof warranty, and is available in a choice of four colourways: White / Slime / Black; White / Metallic Silver / University Red; White / Titan Metallic / Scout Metallic and White / White / Black.

The PowerBand 4.0 will be available from February 1 at a RRP of £89.99,/130€.





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