Puma have a habit of release some great looking limited edition boots such as the v1.815 Ferrari and Puma PowerCat Tokyo. Now, to mark this year’s Champions League Final being played in their own back yard, down the road in Munich, Puma release two very special editions of their v1.11 and PowerCat football boots with plenty of local pride on display.
Munich is the capital of the German state of Bavaria and this special edition design is inspired by the feature the white and blue lozenge design of the Rautenflagge, the state flag and the official gold and black colours of the capital Munich.
The PowerCat 1.12’s stand out feature is the Puma 3D PST DUO technology featured in the the comfort of a soft and supple K-Leather vamp gives these football boots fantastic rebound qualities for super-charged shooting. The K-Leather upper offers the most natural ball feel while microfibre employed in the lateral quarter of the PowerCat 1.12 Munich keeps it’s weight down.
The Puma PowerLast combines with the Powercat 1.12 Munich’s stable yet flexible TPU outsole with bladed studs so these football boots offer outstanding comfort on firm ground.
The PowerCat 1.11 was a great success and the new improved PowerCat 1.12 delivers even more performance and is worn by the likes of Cesc Fabregas, Michael Carrick and Tomas Rosicky. We can certainly expect to see Cesc Fabregas wearing this colourway in the Final if Barcelona make it past Chelsea tonight.
The new Puma Munich boot collection including the White/Blue/Gold V1.11 and PowerCat 1.12 is available to pre-order from today.