With the help of their latest signing, Pep Guardiola, PUMA has dropped the electrifying SPARK PACK.
Featuring both the PUMA FUTURE 5.1 and the all-new PUMA ONE 20.1 in an Ultra Yellow, the SPARK PACK is for the players who SPARK their team. Puma is gearing these toward the game changers, players who show unique technique or dynamic and incisive movement igniting creativity on the pitch. They are the new legends that energize the fans and strike fear into the hearts of their opponents.
When asked about the SPARK PACK, Pep Guardiola said:
“It all starts with a SPARK, that is how players become champions. They are the players that can change a game in an instant, they are the players who are redefining the game. The PUMA SPARK PACK is for the players who want to BE THE SPARK”.
Pep plays a key role in the release video for the boot, which you can see down below. It is worth a watch, with some interesting input on the colorways coming from the sound guy. Pep sets him straight, of course!
PUMA FUTURE 5.1
The PUMA FUTURE 5.1 is inspired by the game’s most dynamic players. Incorporating adaptable NETFIT support into a fully knitted upper, the FUTURE reacts with the movement of the foot, enhancing both fit and stability, placing agility at the centre of its design. The PUMA FUTURE 5.1 SPARK colorway will be worn by Antoine Griezmann, Luis Suárez, Dzsenifer Marozsán and Marco Reus.
PUMA ONE 20.1
Crafted for precise touch, deadly accuracy and instinctual finishing, the PUMA ONE 20.1 combines the lightweight stabilizing properties of SPRINTWEB with premium K-Leather to create the complete balance of speed, touch and support. The PUMA ONE 20.1 SPARK colorway will be worn by Sergio Agüero, Nikita Parris, Axel Witsel and Eugénie Le Sommer.
Find the entire Spark Pack available right now at soccer.com.
Pep Talk: A Spark Masterclass ⚡️@PepTeam introduces the new Spark Pack. Available now. pic.twitter.com/BHne1VSxuz
— PUMA Football (@pumafootball) January 16, 2020
what's the difference between the PUMA FUTURE 5.1, 5.2, 5.3, 5.4? Why do they get cheaper as the number goes up?
They represent the tiers and price point they fall into. For example, the #1 is the elite level version, the #2 is the match level, #3 is the rec level, and the #4 is a very basic entry level. Stick with the 5.1 and 5.2 if you want a good performing boot.