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Jasmine Green/White/Monaco Blue/Fluo Yellow

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Upgrade your performance on the pitch when you're wearing the next evolution in speed from PUMA.

Equipped with speedCELL, the evoSPEED 1 SL's perforated mono-layer microfiber upper reduces weight to an absolute minimum and increases flexibility while the EverFit cage provides an exceptionally snug midfoot fit.

The injected outsole combines bladed and conical studs for heel stability as well as total freedom during forefoot rotation. Put it all together and you have a boot that gets you there faster.

UPPER: Premium monolayer microfiber for an incredible, natural feel on the

ball. Perforated upper for the absolute minimal weight. EverFit cage construction provides additional internal stability. Extremely low profile perforated tongue. TPU injected external heel counter for balance.

MIDSOLE: Cushioned EVA insole.

OUTSOLE: Lightweight injected high performance thermoplastic elastomer with carbon fiber insert. Bladed studs for optimal traction on the pitch. For use on firm, natural surfaces.

WEIGHT: 5.6 oz.


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