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The lightest King ever created, the new PUMA King SL is crafted with the latest high-tech materials to ensure that it sets the standard for excellence. The King delivers lightweight touch and comfort.

UPPER: Premium lightweight microfiber with a leather grain for a leather-like touch and feel. PUMA's Aptolast molds to the natural shape of the foot for a snug fit. Integrated minimal heel counter.

OUTSOLE: Pebax and nylon for optimal combination of lightweight and stability. Bladed and conical studs for traction on firm, natural surfaces.

WEIGHT: 5.8 oz.


Los King SL de PUMA son los más ligeros jamás creados. Han sido hechos con materiales de alta tecnología para garantizar su excelencia. CORTE: Micro fibra premium ligera con textura que hace se sientan como si fueran de cuero. Horma Aptolast de PUMA que se

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