How Puma football boots hope to get the edge
Puma worked hard at getting people to wear their clothing and trainers again. The brand however was one of the major football boot leaders back in the day and intends to return to past glory.
'Big cat aims for top dog'
The Puma King boot was the failsafe in the past. The greats of yesteryear were all kitted out in the big cat. What used to be a 2 horse race soon had other runners to contend with.
Puma were very hit & miss for years but worked at redeveloping the flagship King and introduced the groundbreaking v.1.06.
Puma's lightweight boots are ridiculously light!football4football equipment team
Cost wise the King Top or Pro seem like good value at under £100. If you want the modern evo range (which you should) then look for prices above that. Not too many faults have been reported to us regarding quality of build.
As with the norm today, you'll find a classic/heritage boot, a lightweight choice & a sturdy option. To be fair Puma them all well. They will definitely win the bright boot comp!
'They do most things well, but it's their star boot that'll be what they're judged on.'
The Puma EvoTouch boot is for the player who likes to have a uninterrupted feel of the ball. Features include soft leather uppers and a knitted sock for support the feel and comfort when playing. Also, to minimise foot unwanted movement within the boot, they include Puma's new GripTex technology which allows players to turn quickly and sharply with ease.
They are banking on having sleek looking boots after securing the lightweight titlefootball4football equipment team
Puma have some big guns on their team. Aguero of Manchester City, Fabregas of Chelsea to name a few in the Premier League whilst Antoine Griezmann leads the charge in La Liga.