Aside from the limited edition v1.10SL Lightning, Puma have been a little bit quiet on the colourway front since the World Cup, when they had both the excellent Tricks range and the JB Final series on display.

Puma PowerCat in White/Black/Team Orange, Puma football boots

Well, that drought has come to an end with the new Puma PowerCat 1.10 in White/Black/Team Orange!

Less a PowerCat, more a PowerTiger in this bold colourway (see what we did there?) Puma are another brand who has decided to bring a splash of Orange to their football boots, much like the Nike Elite Series, adidas’ ‘Warning’ adiPure‘s and Under Armour’s Blaze Orange Dominate Pro; Orange truly is the colour du jour!

All the digital football boots-spotters out there will already have had a sneak-peek at these football boots, as they’ve been in FIFA 11 since it’s release, though admittedly they do look a bit more ‘amber’ on screen than orange.
Team Orange Puma PowerCat Football Boots

The new White/Black/Team Orange colourway is set out pretty nicely across the boot, with the Team Orange being used mostly in the heel section and in the PowerCat’s ‘Gills’ to highlight the 3-D Power Shooting Technology.

Aside from the Dutch national team, we’re struggling to think which Puma PowerCat wearers would really match this new colourway! But we definitely expect players like Vedran Corluka, Tomas Rosicky and Shay Given to give them a try (though we’re not sure that Carrick & Vidic will be willing to part with their Red/Black/Silver PowerCats that match their Manchester United Home kit so well!).

The Puma PowerCat 1.10 in White/Black/Team Orange is available to pre-order from October 30th and will retail for £119.99.

PUMA POWERCAT 1.10 – WHITE/ BLACK/ TEAM ORANGE, 8.7 out of 10 based on 22 ratings

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  1. says: zc

    Whoever chooses the colourways for the powercat should have their pay doubled because the colours used always seem to go together.

  2. says: Fifinho

    @Sam: uhhhh my team’s colours are white, black and orange so this pretty much matches perfectly

    PS. I reckon there’s less teams out there with “cherry” or “chameleon” kits than orange lol

  3. says: Nicoacademia

    i think it’s okay. Puma colours are fine.

    Nike however, that green cactus mercurial? The cherry volt?

    I do however like their maestri retro/black and black/blue though.

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