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The PUMA PowerCat 1 Graphic design is inspired by the Mexican and Dia de Muertos (Day of the Dead) culture.

Dia Del Futbol is screened on the insole and the low profile tongue. Dia Del Futbol is also across the sides. The left and right shoe have different graphics on the medial side of the shoes.

Engineered to enhance power, the PowerCat 1 offers the perfect combo of excellent engineering with a striking graphic.

UPPER: Super soft and lightweight microfiber. PUMA 3D PST Duo technology puts more control and power in your shot. PowerLast and slightly asymmetrical lacing offer a snug fit. TPU-inject heel counter for protection. OUTSOLE: Lightweight, injected clear TPU with bladed studs for use on firm, natural surfaces. WEIGHT: 9.6 oz.


Los PowerCat 1 Graphic FG de PUMA vienen con un nuevo y llamativo diseño con gráficos del Día de Muertos en ambos costados. Viene con la frase “Día del Fútbol” en la plantilla y la lengüeta. Creados para brindar más poder, los PowerCat 1 combinan ingenierí

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