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  1. Hail to the King!
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Hail to the King!

Be the ruler of the pitch with this classic PUMA King cleat!

UPPER: Premium soft and comfortable K-leather upper with quilted vamp and central lacing for a natural touch on the ball. Fold over tongue increases strike zone.

MIDSOLE: Cushioned EVA insole for added comfort and support

OUTSOLE: Lightweight PU direct injected bi-density outsole is tough and provides stability. Classic conical stud configuration for optimum traction.

WEIGHT: 11.4 oz.


Domina la cancha con los clásicos botines King de PUMA. CORTE: Cuero K premium que es cómodo y suave con empeine acolchonado y cordones centrados para un toque natural del balón. Lengüeta plegable que aumenta la zona de impacto. Plantilla de espuma tipo EV

At the 1962 World Cup in Chile, Pelé, for the second time in succession, becomes a World Cup winner in Puma boots. German midfielder Lothar Matthäus, a Puma athlete, captained Germany to victory at the 1990 World Cup. He was also voted “European Footballer of the Year”, “World Footballer of the Year”, and “World Sportsman of the Year” . In 2002, Robert Pires of France, a Puma athlete, was named Footballer of the Year in England after an incredible season with Arsenal. Midfielder Pires scored nine goals and led the Premier League in assists as he helped Arsenal secure “the Double”. The first African nation to qualify for the World Cup was Egypt in 1934. The second was Morocco in 1970. The Netherlands' Ernie Brandt is the only man to score a goal for both teams in a World Cup game, accomplishing the feat in 1978.