Following on from the stunning Cedella Marley-designed evoSPEED 1’s we saw last week, Puma have once again pushed the boundaries of design with their latest football boots; the Puma PowerCat 1.12 Gravity.
Coloured in two stunning shades of blue, the Puma PowerCat 1.12 Gravity goes where few other boots dare with a striking mix of clashing colours and all-over graphic prints.
Following on from the PowerCat 1.10’s Tokyo and Elektro and the Munich 1.12, the Puma PowerCat 1.12 Gravity joins a rapidly-expanding family of PowerCats boasting designs that are like nothing else on the pitch.
Splattered in a rust-coloured orange that contrasts against geometric blue shapes, Puma have created a boot that really does stand out – no small achievement in today’s marketplace.
Packing all of the technology you’d expect from a PowerCat, including the new PST DUO technology for combined power and control, the Puma PowerCat 1.12 Gravity is every bit a performance boot as it is a sight to behold.
The only difference between the PowerCat 1.12 Gravity and the ‘vanilla’ version, is that the Gravity uses a synthetic microfibre upper, instead of super-soft performance K-Leather.
Available from today, you can expect to pay £134.99 or $220 US for the PowerCat 1.12 Gravity.
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