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Puma King Lothar Matthäus – Special Edition King Returns

Puma King Lothar Matthaus Edition

Puma go all heritage with a reinvented style of the World Famous King series, this one created for “Der Panzer”, Lothar Matthäus. After several modern releases of the Puma King, it will please traditional fans to see such an iconic style boot back on the market!

And yes, premium Kangaroo Leather is back, providing players with exceptional comfort and a classic black look! Fans have been screaming for the King to return to its roots and this special edition boot does just that. Silver detailing is added across the upper, a historic recall of his achievements is listed under the tongue and a set of blue stripes that run around the inner ankle lining complete the look.

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King Matthaus 25th Anniversary

There are also some special touches to recognize the former FIFA World Player of the Year who captained West Germany to the 1990 World Cup crown in Italy. On the side of the upper, Puma has added Lothar Matthäus autograph, and sitting on the heel you will find a “25th anniversary” crest to celebrate the World Cup win.

Conical studs provide excellent traction on any surface and aide in agility and turning in the middle of the field, which fit Matthaus’ style perfectly.

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  1. Man I want these! How heavy are they? Nice little addition with the removable tounge as well! All hail Lothar!

  2. howabout a review of the MAttheus KIng?
    USed this shoe when I played at Celta de Vigo in the 90s

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