KEY TECH Polyurethane web­bing on the up­per moves in har­mony with the foot AIMED AT Golfers want­ing trac­tion, com­fort and some­thing that stands out HOW MUCH £170

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Ecco may be known for its stylish spike­less shoes, but with its lat­est cre­ation it has stepped out­side the box to bring some­thing very dif­fer­ent to the ta­ble.

This new cleated model, the Cage Evo (£170), takes the fully in­te­grated Direct-In­jec­tion Process (DIP) wrap de­sign from last year’s Cage shoe – a sys­tem in which heel-to-toe sup­port in­creases sta­bil­ity – and com­bines it with a dis­tinc­tive new up­per that fea­tures polyurethane web­bing.

This web­bing pro­vides an anatom­i­cal shape that aligns and moves in uni­son with the foot for in­creased flex­i­bil­ity and com­fort, with the light­weight up­pers also ex­cep­tion­ally wa­ter-re­pel­lent thanks to Ecco's Hy­dro­max treat­ment.

Also re­tained from the orig­i­nal Cage shoe, along with the DIP wrap, are Ecco’s Free­dom Fit – which com­bines a snug heel with a roomier fore­foot to let your toes move more nat­u­rally – and the low-pro­file Champ Slim-Lok cleats for in­creased grip.

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