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.
Engineered for speed, the v1.11 Munich football boots are made from a premium microfibre synthetic that’s soft, lightweight and durable for superb ball feel and a snug fit. Held in place with an elastic strap and velcro fastening, the v1.11 Munich’s lace cover provides these Puma football boots with a smooth striking surface.
The carbon fibre plate incorporated in the TPU sole plate reduces the weight of the v1.11 and distributes pressure evenly on firm ground. The lightweight Pebax frame offers stability and also decreases the weight of these Puma football boots further while pointed studs give the v1.11 Munich reliable firm ground grip.
The 11/12 season has been one of the most successful for Puma’s speed boot silo, highlighted by their growing roster of European heavyweights including Sergio Aguero, Yaya Toure & Mario Gomez. We can certainly expect to see Gomez wearing this colourway in the Final if Bayern Munich make it past Real Madrid on Wednesday.
The new Puma Munich boot collection including the White/Blue/Gold V1.11 and PowerCat 1.12 is available to pre-order from today.