Puma PowerCat 1 Review The Puma PowerCat 1.12 has turned a lot of heads, not because it is the newest addition to the PowerCat line, but because Cesc Fabregas is now one of their sponsored players. It’s interesting how people’s […]
Puma King 2013 Review The Puma King is one of the longest going series of soccer shoes still around today, and for good reason. With each new King release, we’ve seen Puma give this classic boot minor tweaks here and […]
Puma evoSPEED 1 Synthetic Review The Puma evoSPEED 1 is the all-new line of speed boots from Puma, replacing the V-series. With the release of the kangaroo leather version of the evoSPEED 1, the synthetic model was somewhat overlooked by […]
The Puma v1.08 Red Bull Edition was released in 2008 and featured an full synthetic upper with a bladed stud pattern. To see more detailed pictures and video of the Puma v1.08 Red Bull Edition click the link above.
The Puma evoSPEED 1 K is the all new speed boot from Puma, but what really got people excited was the release of a kangaroo leather model. The evoSPEED 1 K is one of the softest, ultra-lightweight boots on the […]
The Puma v1.815 Ferrari was released in 2009 and featured a synthetic upper with a TPU outsole and moulded studs. This was a limited Edition Release with only 815 pairs available worldwide. To see more pictures and video of the […]
I was surprised at how excited everybody was when the Puma King Finale SL, a lightweight version of the already very good Puma King Finale, a shoe that nobody really seemed to care about. From right out of the box, […]
This is a unique boot from Puma in that there are no attempts to add any form of modern technological innovations on the boot, trusting that the style and heritage of the Puma King reputation is enough to compete with […]