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As the name implies this is a top of the line, limited edition version of PUMA's well-known and respected King cleat.

This lux version of the King has a premium kangaroo leather upper for an incredible fit and feel. This is the finest, softest leather available and it creates a soft, glove-like fit right out of the box.

This luxury version also comes in special limited edition packaging and includes a free PUMA King lux sack pack. It's a shoe worthy of the hall of fame and it's almost worth just displaying as a collectible on a shelf - almost.

UPPER: Premium kangaroo.

MIDSOLE: Cushioned EVA insole for added comfort and support.

OUTSOLE: Lightweight pebax with a mix of injected conical and traction studs for use of firm, natural surfaces.


Esta versión de lujo de los botines King de PUMA viene con piel premium de canguro en el corte para un ajuste increíble. Se trata del cuero más suave y fino en el mercado. Vienen en un paquete especial de edición limitada que incluye una bolsa de lujo PUMA

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