In support of Fairways for Warriors, Callaway Footwear has added a combination of red/white/blue colorways and a camo colorway to its popular Coronado line. Fairways for Warriors is an organization to help combat veterans and their families.
“Fairways for Warriors is a wonderful organization that offers hope, healing and camaraderie for wounded veterans and their families,” said Matt Palma, President, Callaway Footwear. “We hope that with our support we can make a little difference in the lives of veterans that have given so much to our country.”
The Coronado is a classic, contemporary design and utilizes the same Opti-Series™ technologies found in Callaway’s popular apparel collections. The lightweight waterproof Opti-repel™ microfiber leather upper features an Opti-soft™ EVA midsole for natural ground feel and comfort. The 8mm molded PU sockliner with Opti-vent™ is designed for breathability and heat management. The TPU Fusion-Lite™ outsole uses the low-profile Champ Slim-Lok® system with nine PiviX cleats for better contact with the ground and the ability to harness more power with the swing. The Coronado is backed by a two-year waterproof warranty. The retail price is $129.95 and the collection is available now at the Haggin Oaks Shoe Store in Sacramento, CA. Haggin Oaks is carrying the navy colorway in stock.
“We are very pleased that Callaway Footwear has chosen to partner with our organization to help our wounded veterans,” said Tom Underdown, President/Founder. “With their support, we hope we can raise awareness for Fairways for Warriors and the impact we have on our veterans and their families.”
A portion of the overall sales of the Coronado collection will be donated to Fairways to Warriors.
The Haggin Oaks Shoe Store is available at the Haggin Oaks Golf Complex, located at 3645 Fulton Avenue in Sacramento, CA. For more information, call 916-808-2525.
About Fairways For Warriors:
Fairways For Warriors is a 501(c) (3) non-profit. Our mission is to help combat wounded veterans with their mental and physical rehabilitation. We define a combat wounded veteran as anyone who has served in a combat theater whether a physical injury was sustained or not. We have found that the invisible wounds are usually more difficult to overcome. For information visit fairwaysforwarriors.org.