Find Your Puma Boots...
Worn by the likes of Antoine Griezmann, Aguero & Macro Reus, you have just two boot choices; the Puma Netfit Future, where you can customise the lacing to suit your style and the Puma One, which comes in leather or synthetic variations. Each has scaled down cheaper options that look like what the players wear, but with decreasing technology and quality included as the price drops.
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Puma Boots for Children
Your favourite Puma football boot silos are made available in Kids sizes, though only the Future has a Kids 5.1 top level option, the best available Puma One for kids is the 20.2, both of those coming with the FG/AG sole configuration. The children's Future 5.1 mirrors the knitted upper of the adult boot to give enable young players to feel for themselves arguably one of the most comfortable uppers in all football boots, with the Netfit lacing system so they can tie their boots however they want to. On the other hand, the scaled-down Puma 20.2 takedown still has the leather on the instep side with a toned-down internal ripple cage and the Sprintweb on the lateral side. Evoknit has been replaced by a cheaper material for its knitted collar, the soleplate of the kids Future and One are both modelled after their parents' Rapidagility and Rapidsprint frames respectively.
Puma boots are well known as being worn by the likes of Pelé and Maradona, both players wore the Puma King's when playing at and winning World Cups. You too can wear Puma on your feet, but Puma overhauled their entire boot lineup, looking to kick start the brand with their new future facing boots, leaving behind the evoSPEED and evoPOWER lines and even the iconic King, the boot that brought them their most attention and respect in the boot game.
Founded in 1924, Puma made their first football boot, the Atom in 1948, they created the first football boot with screw-in studs, known as the Super Atom, which was lauched in 1952. In 1970, at the World Cup in Mexico, Pele wore Puma Kings as he was named player of the tournament. Diego Maradona wore Puma boots at his appearances at the finals in 1982 and 1986 and Lothar Matthäus had on Puma boots as he captained Germany to World Cup success in 1990.