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Pink

  1. The Next Evolution in Speed!
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The Next Evolution in Speed!

PUMA and the WPS team up for an important cause with the introduction of Project Pink! Project Pink is a program designed to raise funds and awareness towards breast cancer through collaboration with some of the world's best female soccer players!

PUMA v1.11 is the next version in lightweight evolution for women's cleats that gives you the confidence to be your fastest!

Microfiber upper with grip texture. Lace cover for increased strike zone. TPU injected external heel counter for added stability.

Cushioned EVA insole with PUMA AptoLast technology that mimics the natural shape of the foot.

Pebax outsole with TPU and carbon fiber inserts for stability and support.

Pointed stud configuration for optimum traction. For use on firm, natural surfaces.

WEIGHT: (7.2 oz.) Imported.


PUMA y la WPS se han unido para apoyar una importante causa con el lanzamiento de Project Pink (Proyecto Rosa), programa diseñado para recaudar fondos y crear conciencia para combatir el cáncer de seno, ayudado por algunas de las mejores futbolistas del mu

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