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Play with power

The PUMA evoPOWER 1 FG is a bold cleat engineered to enhance kicking power and accuracy.

The evoPOWER's upper is constructed of AdapLite, a premium one-way stretchable microfiber, with AccuFoam pads in the strike zone for added power.

AdapLite feels like playing barefoot for incredible ball feel while the AccuFoam puts power behind every strike. Asymmetrical, low profile lacing and low profile tongue keep weight to a minimum while an Everfit Cage ensures support.

The evoPOWER has a removable EVA foam insole for cushioned comfort and a soft insert on the heel offers a more flexible fit.

Lightweight pebax outsole on the evoPOWER has a combination of bladed and conical studs. New Gradual Stability Frame (GSF) spine in the evoPOWER's outsole lets the cleat flex both ways for a natural feel.

WEIGHT: 7.2 oz.

This shoe runs about 1/2 size small. We recommend ordering up 1/2 size from what you normally wear.


Los botines evoPower 1 FG de PUMA han sido creados para disparar con mayor potencia y certeza. Incluyen la tecnología AdapLite, una micro fibra premium que se estira en una sola dirección, y almohadillas AccuFoam en la zona de impacto para mayor potencia a

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