After the adidas Al Rihla, here comes the answer from Puma. Taking it all the way to the World Cup title requires forging through ahead without regard to the pressures and pessimistic thinking. Pulisic himself said that to achieve great things, you have to be fearless! Puma then centres its World Cup pack on this theme, aptly dubbing it the ‘Fearless’ Pack. Expect to see the Future Z and Ultra players to sport a uniform boot look later this year in Qatar…
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Neymar, Christian Pulisic and co. have their respective Puma agility and speed boots projecting a fiery red base. Both are then drizzled with Fizzy Light accents, with the Ultra then retaining its smart execution of the Puma Formstrip.
The uniformity of colourway contrasts with the variety in the Al Rihla Pack, where the boots only have a theme with their accents that replicate that of the OMB. Now that the rival brands from Germany have their World Cup boots out, the football boot community is now eager to see what the giant from America has in store for its participating players .