Puma have re-launched an updated version of one of the most evolutionary soccer cleat released on the market with the Mexico Finale di. This old school design takes cues from the PUMA 1986 Mexico Finale boot released during the World Cup and is revamped with modern technology and materials. These boots are designed with one thing in mind – comfort! They definitely have a retro look that gives them a historic feel and there is no doubting these boots are designed to perform along the same level as the likes of the Adidas Copa Mundial.
Puma use a premium K-leather upper for superior touch on the ball. The tongue is styled in a traditional fold over fashion. The soleplate includes the PUMA AptoLast that helps molds the boot to the natural shape of your foot, leaving a very comfortable fit.
As reference and not to cause confusion, these were the boots worn by Diego Maradona during the 1986 World Cup. The very recently released King Diego was designed to commemorate Maradona’s performance during that World Cup and were simply a new colorway/version of the Puma King Finale that hit the market a few months back. They weigh in at a very competitive 9.2oz and are available right now for $110 with Goal Club.