Just days after the release of his Instituto boots, Neymar gets another special pair of the Puma Future boot to commemorate his latest milestone. In a World Cup qualifies against Bolivia last Sept. 9, Neymar contributed two of Brazil’s 5-1 win, pushing him above Pele in the all-time Brazil scoring list. To do achieve the top spot is already a great achievement, but to take the spot from arguably one of the most influential players of the game is surely something else.
The boots are mainly white with an off-coloured graphics on the vamp to pay tribute to the goalscoring milestone. The upper sits on top of a golden Dynamic Motion System soleplate gen. 1, which in this case also tidbits of green specks to recognise the nation involved in this event.
It’s worth noting that Puma might have expected Neymar to actually set the achievement earlier, as the bespoke Puma Future is more of the 1.3 or 1.4 generation rather than latest Ultimate one.