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Puma Launch Forever Faster Pack

Dean Ariola

With the Forever Faster Pack, Puma is now looking to drop the curtain for season 2023/24. It has been an eventful football year for the Formstrip brand, and what better way to end it than releasing its silos with colours that will help their stars set the pitch ablaze. Attention goes towards the major international tournaments immediately after the season concludes. And so Forever Faster technically is not just a finisher pack. It’s also a start for those looking forward to perform later at the Euro/Copa America 2024.

That would explain the theme of the pack. In general, they exude colours that would normally be associated with sunset. Nonetheless, they still posses shades of sun colours that would perfectly match the summer feel surrounding the Euro and the Copa America. Forever Fast does a good job blending colourways that would fit its context of transitioning from one football event to another. The boots in this pack are meant for their stars to get in that extra kick and finish their domestic football strongly while also preparing for what’s ahead for their national teams.

The Future in this pack is relatively the stand out here in terms of the colourway. It’s the only one in the pack to opt for the pinkish Sunset Glow as its dominant colour. But because of the PWRPRINT, the boot is able to insert the orangey Sunset Stream for that accent glow. The secondary colour detailing also flows down to the forefoot part of the Dynamic Motion System soleplate. Puma then starts to reverse the application of the colours toward the next two silos.

Forever Faster Ultra sits somewhere in the middle. It’s mostly Sunset Stream before going Sunset Glow on the heel and the rear of the Speedplate. On the other hand, the King relies heavily on the orange part of the theme. Its pink accents are only seen on the external heel counter trim and the translucent overlay structures on the soleplate. Still, as far as Forever Faster Pack is concerned, the Ultra and the King share a commonality, with the Future providing a reversed mirror image.


Dean Ariola

Dean has worked Chief writer at the Black & Orange team since 2020, he has an indepth knowledge of all the soccer shoes from the big brands, you have him to thank for all the updates to our Boot Secrets guide and he is first on the scene with all the new releases for you!