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Inspired by Ducati

While some may say there is little connection between motorcycle racing and soccer, there is one universal truth in both sports: speed wins. When you think about it that way it makes perfect sense that these two legendary brands should team up. That's exactly what they did and the result is the PUMA evoSPEED 1 SL Ducati.

The colors and design are an homage to Ducati's rich racing heritage and, of course, represent the all-important element of speed.

Upgrade your performance on the pitch when you're wearing the next evolution in speed from PUMA.

This version of the PUMA evoSPEED is a limited edition and it's not available anywhere else.

UPPER: Premium, ultrathin monolayer microfiber for an incredible, natural feel on the ball. EverFit cage construction provides additional internal stability. TPU injected external heel counter for balance.

MIDSOLE: Cushioned EVA insole. Carbon fiber mid-foot stability. External heel counter for added stability.

OUTSOLE: Lightweight injected high performance thermoplastic elastomer with combination conical and bladed studs for optimal traction on the pitch. The evoSPEED is lightweight at reactive. For use on firm, natural surfaces.

WEIGHT: (6.4 oz.)

NOTE: Runs a half size small.


Juega mejor y más rápido con estos nuevos botines de PUMA. CORTE: Micro fibra premium de una sola capa que hace más natural el contacto con el balón. Caja EverFit que te brinda estabilidad adicional. Base externa del talón de TPU inyectado para un mejor ba

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