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Triple Black

  1. Fabregas has the Power of the Cat!
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Fabregas has the Power of the Cat!

As worn by Barcelona and Spain star Cesc Fabregas. Experience the evolution of power with the PowerCat 1.12 from PUMA.

This striking all black boot has incredible, eye-catching incandescent details that ensure it's not just your moves that stand out on the field.

Lightweight and comfortable kangaroo leather upper 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.

External TPU injected heel counter for added balance and protection.

Asymmetrical lacing for increased strike zone.

MIDSOLE: Cushioned EVA insole.

OUTSOLE: Lightweight TPU injected with pointed stud configuration for traction on firm, natural surfaces.

WEIGHT: 10.4 oz.


Experimenta la evolución del poder con los PowerCat 1.12 de PUMA. CORTE: Cuero K ligero y cómodo con tecnología 3D PST Duo de PUMA que mejora el contacto con el balón y te permite jugar mejor. Base externa del talón de TPU inyectado para un mejor balance y

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