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  1. The Confidence to be your Fastest!
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The Confidence to be your Fastest!

The lightweight speed and performance of the PUMA v1.11 is now available in a durable and comfortable kangaroo leather construction.

Built on a new last for a roomier fit in the forefoot, making this version of the v-series more comfortable.

Lightweight and durable kangaroo leather upper. Lace cover increases strike zone. Synthetic suede lining for added comfort. TPU injected external heel counter for optimum stability.

Cushioned EVA insole.

Pebax outsole with TPU and carbon fiber inserts for maximum flexibility. Pointed stud configuration provides superior traction. For use on firm, natural surfaces.

WEIGHT: 8.4 oz.


La ligereza y el desempeño de los v1.11 de PUMA están disponibles también en cuero K. CORTE: Cuero K que es ligero y duradero. Cordones cubiertos que hacen mayor la zona de impacto. Forro de gamuza sintética para hacerlos más cómodos. Base externa del taló

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