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New Navy/Fluo Pink/White

  1. The Evolution of Speed
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The Evolution of Speed

PUMA and the their pro athletes team up for an important cause with the introduction of Project Pink! Project Pink is a program designed to raise funds and awareness towards breast cancer through collaboration with some of the world's best soccer players! 100% of PUMA's profits from the sale of PUMA Project Pink gear including this shoe go towards a breast cancer charity chosen by fans on PUMA's website.

We love to look like a star on the court or on the streets with this great shoe from PUMA.

UPPER: Abrasion resistant Micro Tec Suede is lightweight and durable.

MIDSOLE: Comfortable, cushioned EVA insole. IdCell cushioning board provides stability and support.

OUTSOLE: ArchTec midfoot support cradles the foot. Non-marking EverTrack rubber provides grip and rotation.

WEIGHT: 8.2 oz.


Luce como una estrella con estos botines ligeros para dama de PUMA. CORTE: Gamuza Micro Tec resistente a raspaduras que es ligera y duradera. Plantilla de espuma tipo EVA acolchonada para mayor comodidad. Placa acolchonada IdCell que brinda estabilidad y s

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