Puma fans, it is time to “Play Loud” in a fresh new range of striking Tricks boots. On offer is a new collection of evoPOWER and evoSPEED boots in a vibrant dual Pink Glo and Safety Yellow colorway. The idea behind the dual design is simple; turn heads during the major football tournaments taking place this summer! It is more than just your standard releases, as Puma add a complete series of boots to the collection. There is the updated evoSPEED 1.5, evoSPEED SL II, evoSPEED SL Leather, evoPOWER 1.3 and a line-up of mid tier options on offer.
Working with a CMYK color palette, the latest PUMA Tricks boots feature a signature two-color approach. The left vamp is Pink Glo and the right Safety yellow, connecting to the black heel with a geometric pattern.The signature PUMA strike on the side of each boot also features the opposite color to really create a stand out visual effect.
The full Tricks collection available from soccer.com.
When it comes to performance, the evoPOWER 1.3 keeps the principles of barefoot kicking at its core, with increased flexibility resulting in more kicking power. Things are a little more interesting with the evoSPEED 1.5 – an updated version of PUMA’S signature speed boot. They are designed to be light and responsive, improving speed and maneuverability.
Sergio Agüero, Marco Reus, Cesc Fàbregas, Marco Verratti, Olivier Giroud are ready to Play Loud and reveals the latest edition of the dual colored Tricks over the coming weeks. What do you guys think of the mixed colorway and would you choose evoPOWER or evoSPEED?
Everything in this Puma Tricks collection is currently available from soccer.com.
PUMA’s two-colored boot concept is inspired by Cameroonian Rigobert Song’s World Cup moment in 1998, when he decided on a whim to lace up two different colored PUMA King boots. His right was yellow, his left red. As Song said, “you must be bold” to wear two different colours on each foot and that’s exactly what PUMA Tricks represents. Standing out on the pitch requires attitude. One that commands the ball, the attention and the moment. A desire to Play Loud for all the world to see.