Puma v1.10: Blazing Yellow

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Some years ago, when I was growing up playing soccer, you had to be a very good player, or at least a very confident player, to wear white cleats. Nowadays however, there’s an array of colors for soccer shoes, from blue to pink to green to these new blazing yellow shoes by Puma. Do you have what it takes to wear these shoes?

Upper: Microfiber with grip texture, lace cover, textile, TPU injected external heel counter. Outsole:Pebax, TPU, carbon fibre, pointed stud configuration. Suitable for use on firm natural surfaces.

Profile:The v1.10 is an evolution of its successful predecessor. The upper combines a thin lightweight microfiber synthetic material in key kicking areas with a lightweight durable textile. The lacecover creates a smooth kicking surface and a unique look whilst the injected TPU application on the formstripe adds stability to the shoe.

Puma v1.10

The one-piece outsole provides stability and support, utilizing a carbon fiber plate in the forefoot to minimize weight and to increase the reactivity in the flex area. The v1.10 features the second generation of PUMA’s revolutionary UNI technology. This construction provides an industry leading fit by perfectly replicating the unique PUMA AptoLast.

The v1.10 was created with one thing in mind – to give you the confidence to be your fastest.

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