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  1. Lightweight Comfort from the King
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Lightweight Comfort from the King

Weighing in at only 7.7 ounces, this is the lightest PUMA King ever. With a thin, kangaroo leather upper, the King offers a second-skin fit and feel that translates directly into excellent ball touch.

UPPER: Premium kangaroo leather with synthetic suede ankle lining for maximum comfort with minimal chaffing.

Low profile, minimalistic heel counter further reduces weight without sacrificing comfort.

INSOLE: Cushioned comfortable EVA.

OUTSOLE: TPU injected outsole with conical stud configuration for stability. AptoLast technology lets the King mold to the natural shape of the foot for support and a secure fit. For use on firm, natural surfaces.

WEIGHT: 7.7 oz.


CORTE: Piel de canguro premium con forro de gamuza sintética en el tobillo para mayor comodidad y hacerlos más duraderos. Lengüeta plegable que hace más grande la zona de impacto. Plantilla de espuma tipo EVA acolchonada. SUELA: TPU inyectado con tacos cón

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