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  1. Speed has a new look.
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Speed has a new look.

PUMA's new evoSPEED 1.2 is engineered to enhance speed. It's also one of the lightest cleats on the field.

PUMA's evoSPEED 1.2 FG cleat will be worn by Sergio Aguero and Radamel Falcao.

UPPER: Soft, ultrathin monolayer microfiber for an incredible, natural feel on the ball.

GripTex print on the upper puts 3D transparent print on the upper for ball grip and better touch on the ball, especially in wet conditions.

EverFit cage construction provides additional internal stability. Extremely low profile perforated tongue. TPU injected external heel counter for balance. PUMA's evoAptoLast for an unrivaled fit.

MIDSOLE: Cushioned EVA insole.

OUTSOLE: Lightweight injected high performance thermoplastic elastomer (aka lightweight power) with new Pebax Speedtrack spine for improved reaction time and durability.

DuoFlex enhances natural foot movement.

Bladed and conical studs for optimal traction on the field.

For use on firm, natural surfaces.

WEIGHT: 7 oz.


Los nuevos evoSPEED 1.2 de PUMA han sido diseñados para mejorar tu velocidad sin dejar de estar entre los más ligeros del mercado. CORTE: Micro fibra suave y ultra delgada de una sola capa para un contacto más natural con el balón. Caja EverFit que brinda

Rules of the Game: For FIFA matches, the ball should have a circumference of not more than 70 cm (28 ins) and not less than 68 cm (27 ins). Eurosport has been providing soccer-lovers like you with high quality gear since 1984. The U.S. Women's National Team went 51 games without a loss between 2004 and 2007. Briana Scurry has 77 career shutouts with the U.S. Women's National Team. The name soccer comes from association football, which is the sport's formal name.