The Puma King range have always been football boots of exceptional crafting, class and finesse, and never more-so have they looked the part than here on the new Puma King Finale Special – Black / Gold.
The' Puma King Finale Special – Black / Gold makes it’s digital debut today as the first round of football boots-updates hit PES 2012, so we figured it was only fitting to see how their real-life counterparts look.
Whilst this is essentially just a new colourway for the King Finale, the' Puma King Finale Special – Black / Gold earns the ‘Special’ in it’s title by being a limited release in a spectacularly classy colourway.
Based on the famous King Mexico 86 football boots worn by Maradona in that year’s World Cup, the' Puma King Finale Special – Black / Gold ditches the classic white Puma branding and fluo-yellow detailing for an all-over black finish with gold stitching and ‘King’ logos.
Definitely a sophisticated look, we think that even die-hard fans of neon-coloured football boots like the Mercurial and adiZero would have to tip their hat to just how phenomenal a heritage boot like the' Puma King Finale Special – Black / Gold looks in a colourway like this!
As this is a special edition, we aren’t expecting any on-pitch support from Puma King wearers like Mikel Arteta, Thierry Henry and Phil Jones, which is a real shame.
Priced at $124.99,' Puma King Finale Special – Black / Gold are available on special order at the Footy-Boots.com US store, and begin shipping now.