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Munich Edition

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Munich Edition Looks Mighty Fine

This year the finals of the European club championships will be held in Munich, Germany and you can show your excitement and support with this Munich Limited Edition version of the v1.11 from PUMA. Munich is the capital of the German state of Bavaria and this special edition design is inspired by the blue-and-white checkered pattern that makes up the region's flag. This lightweight professional level cleat will have you looking like a true champion when you hit the field.

UPPER: Microfiber with grip texture for optimum control. Lace cover for an increased strike zone. TPU injected external heel counter for added stability.

MIDSOLE: Cushioned EVA with PUMA AptoLast technology that mimics the natural shape of the foot.

OUTSOLE: Pebax with TPU and carbon fiber inserts for stability and support. Pointed stud configuration for optimum traction on firm, natural surfaces.

WEIGHT: 7.4 oz.


Este año la final de la Champions League de la UEFA será en Munich, capital de la región alemana de Bavaria. Juega como si estuvieras en Bavaria con los mejores de Europa calzando la edición Munich de los v1.11 de PUMA, que vienen con un diseño a cuadros a

In 2000, Puma team S.S. Lazio won a league and cup treble (Serie A, the Italian Cup and the Italian SuperCup). While wearing Puma boots, South Korea’s Jung Hwan Ahn shocked the soccer world by eliminating Italy with a “Golden Goal” to secure a place for the host country in the semi-finals of the 2002 World Cup. Rules of the Game: A free kick awarded to the defending team inside its own goal area can be taken from any point within the goal area. The U.S. Governing body for the sport did not have soccer in its name until 1945, when it became the U.S. Soccer Football Association. Hungary scored 27 goals in the 1954 World Cup, more than any other country in a single World Cup.