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  1. Get Down with Gravity!
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Get Down with Gravity!

With a striking asymmetrical graphic print and a different design on the left and right shoe, your shoes like your game will stand out on the field. But not just a pretty face, the performance-boosting PUMA 3D PST DUO technology and expanded kicking surface deliver serious shooting power. Durable and lightweight, the PowerCat 2.12 is designed to take the hit without slowing you down.

Control the game with force and power when you're wearing the PowerCat 2.12 Gravity FG from PUMA.

UPPER: Durable microfiber with 3D Power Shooting Technology DUO in the strike zone. This technology is two densities of TPU on the upper for both responsiveness and rebound when striking the ball. Asymmetrical lacing for increased strike zone. TPU injected external heel counter for added protection and stability.

MIDSOLE: Cushioned EVA insole. Innovative midsole with PUMA PowerLast technology for all-over foot support and stability.

OUTSOLE: Lightweight TPU injected outsole with pointed stud configuration. For use on firm, natural surfaces.

WEIGHT: 9.2 oz.


Con los PowerCat 2.12 Gravity FG de PUMA puedes controlar el partido con fuerza y poder. CORTE: Micro fibra que es duradera y tecnología 3D Power Shooting DUO en la zona de impacto, la cual utiliza dos densidades de TPU en el corte para obtener mejores res

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