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Blackberry Cordial/Fluo Orange/Fluo Pink

  1. Speed has a new look.
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Speed has a new look.

PUMA's new evoSPEED 1.2 is engineered to enhance speed. This version has a soft, comfortable leather upper.

PUMA's evoSPEED 1.2 FG cleat will be worn by Sergio Aguero and Radamel Falcao.

UPPER: Soft calfskin leather for an incredible fit and natural feel on the ball.

GripTex print on the upper puts 3D transparent print on the upper for ball grip and better touch on the ball, especially in wet conditions.

EverFit cage construction provides additional internal stability. Extremely low profile perforated tongue. TPU injected external heel counter for balance. PUMA's evoAptoLast for an unrivaled fit.

MIDSOLE: Cushioned EVA insole.

OUTSOLE: Lightweight injected high performance thermoplastic elastomer (aka lightweight power) with new Pebax Speedtrack spine for improved reaction time and durability.

DuoFlex enhances natural foot movement.

Bladed and conical studs for optimal traction on the field.

For use on firm, natural surfaces.

WEIGHT: 9 oz.


Los nuevos evoSPEED 1.2 de PUMA han sido diseñados para mejorar tu velocidad. Esta versión viene con corte de piel suave y es la que calzan Sergio Agüero y Radamel Falcao. CORTE: Piel de ternera suave para un ajuste increíble y un contacto más natural con

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