PUMA King Luxury Edition | 24 Carat Football Boots

PUMA King Luxury Edition - 24 Carat football Boots

As much as PUMA are known for wild, innovate designs that push the envelope on their ‘Tricks’ label, they’re also known for the class, purity and heritage that comes with producing one of the world’s greatest boots; the PUMA King.

And today, PUMA are celebrating their most legendary of football boots in spectacular style with the PUMA King Luxury Edition 24 Carat Football Boots.

PUMA King Luxury Edition - Profile

You may well remember the first ‘Luxury’ PUMA Kings from back in July last year; well, the 2014 version does everything it’s predecessor does and more.

Limited to just 99 pairs and costing $500 US / £450, the PUMA King Luxury Edition is not only one of the most expensive football boots ever, but also one of the most decedent.

The upper is made from the finest k-leather that PUMA could get their hands on, decked out on rich Black colour.

PUMA King Luxury Edition - Heel

But the headline feature comes in the boot’s heel counter – the protective hunk of plastic that joins the boot’s heel to the sole.

In here, PUMA have flecked the PUMA King Luxury Edition with genuine, no-foolin’, 24-carat gold.

Matching the branding and trim around the rest of the boot, these affluent additions make the boots amongst the most expensively-trimmed we’ve ever seen (if a distant second to the World’s Most Expensive Football Boots)

PUMA King Luxury Edition - Detail

Another sweet detail is in the sockliner, which features a gold-stitched number across the footbed, signifying each pair as one of just 99 in the World.

An exciting limited edition release or just collector-bait?

Let us know in the comments!


2 Comments

  • so… puma… “splatted”, the heel counter with… gold…?

    anyways, i can’t see any protective layer over the gold spots. so it’d probably got scraped away while playing and cling to the grass; a full team wearing this would probably made a golden glittered pitch after a couple of matches… not a bad idea…

    on all seriousness, definitely a collector’s item for the glass cabinet.

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