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  1. Feel the Power!
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Feel the Power!

The PUMA PowerCat 3 Graphic IT design is inspired by the Mexican and Dia de Muertos (Day of the Dead) culture.

Dia Del Futbol is screened on the insole and the low profile tongue. Dia Del Futbol is also across the sides. The left and right shoe have different graphics on the medial side of the shoes.

Premium comfort thanks to a full-grain leather upper teamed up with a durable gum rubber outsole.

UPPER: Full-grain leather with soft ankle lining for added comfort and great feel on the ball.

Lightly padded collar for comfort.

MIDSOLE: Cushioned EVA insole.

OUTSOLE: Non-marking rubber for optimum traction. For use on indoor surfaces. WEIGHT: 7.6 oz.


Los PowerCat 3 Graphic IT de PUMA vienen con un nuevo y llamativo diseño con gráficos del Día de Muertos en ambos costados. Viene con la frase “Día del Fútbol” en la plantilla, la lengüeta y los costados. Vienen con gráficos diferentes en cada costado.

In 2000, Puma team S.S. Lazio won a league and cup treble (Serie A, the Italian Cup and the Italian SuperCup). 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: The captain of a team has no special status or privileges under the FIFA Laws of the Game but he has a degree of responsibility for the behavior of his team. Rules of the Game: A goal cannot be scored directly from a throw-in. The youngest player to score in the German Bundesliga was Nuri Sahin of Borussia Dortmund (16 years and 335 days) in 2005.