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  1. As worn by Mario Balotelli
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As worn by Mario Balotelli

Super Mario has officially joined the ranks of the PUMA squad and these, the evoPOWER STAMPA, are his new cleats.

Covered in a news print pattern with headlines about the controversial player, the new evoPOWER STAMPA also feature the phrase "Why always PUMA?", a nod to Balotelli's famed phrase, "why always me?".

Designed and developed for Super Mario himself, the PUMA evoPOWER STAMPA was developed for power, speed and standout style.

A bold cleat engineered to enhance kicking power and accuracy.

AdapLite, a premium one-way stretchable microfiber, with AccuFoam pads in the strike zone for added power. AdapLite feels like playing barefoot for incredible ball feel while the AccuFoam puts power behind every strike. Asymmetrical, low profile lacing and low profile tongue. Everfit Cage for support.

Removable EVA foam insole for cushioned comfort. Soft insert on the heel offers a more flexible fit.

Lightweight pebax outsole with a combination of bladed and conical studs. G.S.F. (Gradual Stability Frame) technology. For use on firm, natural surfaces.

WEIGHT: 7.2 oz.


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Rules of the Game: An indirect free kick is awarded to the opposing team if a goalkeeper touches the ball with his hands after it has been deliberately kicked to him by a teammate. The mascot for the 2006 FIFA World Cup in Germany was a lion named Goleo VI. He had a talking soccer ball sidekick named Pille. UEFA (Union of European Football Associations) was founded in Switzerland in 1954 and has 53 members. The U.S. Women's National Team went 51 games without a loss between 2004 and 2007. England played its first-ever international soccer match on November 30, 1872 against Scotland.