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  1. A Professional Shoe for Young Superstars!
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A Professional Shoe for Young Superstars!

Did Samuel Eto'o become one of the game's biggest superstars by kicking the ball around in an old pair of running shoes? Nope. He did it by destroying opponents in PUMA's v1.11. The soft upper of this boot gives you comfort while the lightweight bladed outsole gives you traction at high speed.

Synthetic microfiber upper with grip texture for excellent ball feel.

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

Lace cover increases strike zone and shot accuracy.

TPU injected external heel counter offers extra stability.

Cushioned EVA insole for added comfort.

Lightweight TPU injected outsole with pointed stud configuration for optimum traction.

For use on firm, natural surfaces.

WEIGHT: (6.6 oz.) Imported.


CORTE: Micro fibra sintética con textura de agarre para un excelente tacto al balón. Cordones cubiertos que hacen más amplia la zona de impacto y generan disparos más certeros. Base externa del talón de TPU inyectado que brinda mayor estabilidad. Plantilla

In 1982, Argentina’s Diego Maradona led his country to the World Cup title. Wearing Puma boots, Maradona scored the spectacular solo goal which will later officially be voted Goal of the Century by FIFA. Maradona is voted “Player of the Tournament”. While wearing Puma boots, South Korea’s Jung Hwan Ahn shocked the soccer world by eliminating Italy with a “Golden Goal” to secure a place for the host country in the semi-finals of the 2002 World Cup. Rules of the Game: According to FIFA, a goal may be scored directly from the kick-off. The mascot for the 1994 FIFA World Cup in the USA was a dog character named Striker. London's new Wembley Stadium, which opened in 2007, has a seating capacity of 90,000.