PUMA V1.11 SL – DRESDEN BLUE / WHITE / LIME PUNCH

To compliment the latest cleats worn by Sergio Aguero and Steven Pienaar, here’s the Puma v1.11SLDresden Blue / White / Lime Punch for those who like their football boots to be a little lighter!

New Puma Release 2012 - v1.11SL in Dresden Blue / White / Lime Punch
Puma v1.11SL - Dresden Blue / White / Lime PunchDresden Blue / White / Lime Punch football boots: Puma Release v1.11SLReleased February 2012 - the Puma v1.11 speed soccer cleats in Dresden Blue / White / Lime Punch

Despite receiving barely any on-pitch attention from top pro’s (with only Radamel Falcao occasionally venturing out in the SL model) it has built up a reputation for excellence amongst the boot community.

Building off the foundation set out by the Puma v1.11, the Puma v1.11SLDresden Blue / White / Lime Punch offers the durability and many of the features that you’d find in it’s stablemate but with the weight stripped right down to 170g per boot.

Puma release the Puma v1.11 in a striking new Dresden Blue / White / Lime Punch


A microfibre synthetic provides a flexible, waterproof upper for the Puma v1.11SLDresden Blue / White / Lime Punch, whilst the side-offset lacing provides a generous surface area to strike and pass the ball from.

The soleplate uses injected-TPU studs – as you’d find on many of Puma’s football boots – but the UNi heel counter system has been replaced to reduce the weight of the cleat.

Looking as sharp and eye-catching as you’d expect it to, the Puma v1.11SLDresden Blue / White / Lime Punch is definitely a front-runner (ha!) for any speedsters out there who want their footwear to catch the eye as much as their pace.

Available to order from the Footy-Boots.com store today, a pair will set you back $220 US.

PUMA V1.11 SL – DRESDEN BLUE / WHITE / LIME PUNCH, 8.4 out of 10 based on 13 ratings


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