Puma’s V1.10 and SL range of boots have been a great success and have become known for their outrageous colourways and designs. Puma’s newest colourway is a little more understated as they unveil the new Olympian Blue/White/Ebony colourway.
The v1.10 II is an evolution of its successful V1.10 predecessor and for the first time features a fully lightweight microfiber synthetic upper. The lace cover creates a smooth kicking surface and a unique look whilst the injected TPU application on the formstrip adds stability to the shoe. The one-piece outsole provides stability and support, utilizing a carbon fiber plate in the forefoot to minimize weight and to increase the reactivity in the flex area. The v1.10 II features the second generation of PUMA’s revolutionary UNI technology. This construction provides an industry leading fit by perfectly replicating the unique PUMA AptoLast. The v1.10 II was created with one thing in mind – to give you the confidence to be your fastest.
The new V1.10 II Olympian Blue/White/Ebony colourway is also available in a K-Leather version.
The v1.10 SL held the title of lightest production football boot for awhile before the AdiZero Prime wrestled it back. At just over 150 gram the v1.10 SL features a super soft and ultrathin premium microfiber upper material. The one-piece outsole provides stability and support, utilizing a carbon fiber insert in the midfoot to minimize weight and to increase stability of the shoe. The v1.10 SL features the unique PUMA AptoLast which mimics the natural shape of the foot. The SL are only really worn by Inter Milan’s Samuel Eto’o and it seem that Puma may have created this colourway just for Eto’o as this colourway will be a perfect match for his Nerazzuri kit.
We are used to Puma releasing wild, exciting, art-like colourways for the V1.10 and they have done so again with this Fluorescent Lime/Team Violet/White colourway! Known as the v1.10 Kanji, the boot features traditional Chinese characters used in modern Japanese writing which cover the upper. This colourway looks like it could fit into the Kehinde Wiley collection – although it has an Asian theme and not an Africa one. We look forward to seeing these boots in action in the Premier League and expect the likes of El Hadji Diouf and Benoit Assou-Ekotto to wear them.
The Japanese character for speed gives the v1.10 Kanji its unique look. The lacecover creates a smooth kicking surface whilst the injected TPU application on the formstrip adds stability to the shoe. The one-piece outsole provides stability and support, utilising a carbon fiber plate in the forefoot to minimise weight and to increase the reactivity in the flex area. The v1.10 Kanji features the second generation of PUMA’s revolutionary UNI technology. This construction provides an industry leading fit by perfectly replicating the unique PUMA AptoLast.
The v1.10 II Graphic was created with one thing in mind – to give you the confidence to be the fastest.
This awesome colourway will soon be available in South Africa and retail for R1,999.
The Puma V1.10 SL recently lost their crown as the lightest production boot to the Adidas AdiZero Prime. That hasn’t stopped them from being real eye-catchers and Puma have added to an already outrageous array of colourways with this new Fluorescent Orange/Blue Aster/White colourway.
You may remember the Fluorescent Orange/Blue Aster/White as we recently gave you an exclusive first look at this colourway on the V1.10 – which have been available in South Africa for a while now – here. (Unfortunately the SLs will not be available here.)
Puma have a knack of releasing great look colourways – with ridiculous sounding names – and we think they have done another brilliant job with the Fluorescent Orange/Blue Aster/White.
We are proud to present you with an exclusive first look at the new Fluorescent Orange/Blue Aster/White Puma V1.10 colourway. The V1.10 is well known it’s inventive looks and outlandish colourways and Puma have once again released a truly eye-catching colourway for the V1.10.
These new boots will be available in South Africa from February.
Puma have released their latest V1.10 colourway: Black Coffee/Grenadine/Whisper White. Puma released a limited edition Kehinde Wiley boot a while ago and now they have given us the next installment in the collection.
Kehinde Wiley has become well known for his African inspired graphics and Puma have incorporated his design beautifully into the V1.10. The new Black Coffee/Grenadine/Whisper White are a limited edition release and are expected to fly off the shelves. Unfortunately they will not be available in South Africa.
Puma have released a new colourway for their speed boot; the V1.10. The V1.10 arrived in an eye-catching Yellow/Red/Black and Puma have continued that bright, vivd trend through every new colourway released. Now they have released this Parachute Purple/Ebony/Tender Shoots version – the epitome of eye-catching!
The new colourway will not be available in South Africa unfortunately. Puma will be bringing in the take down version, the Puma V5.10 however. The lightweight v5.10 combines comfort and durability with aggressive design, picking up on the looks and details of the v1.10. In the vamp of the shoe, a soft durable synthetic leather is used while the heal features a soft yet resistant textile upper material. The improved anatomic fit and central lacing add to the comfort of this low maintenance, durable boot. R599.
Just a few weeks ago, Puma released the new V1.10 SL which took lightweight speed boots to another level. Weighing in at a miserly 150g, the SL took the ‘lightest boot in the world’ title off the highly successful Adidas AdiZero.
The V1.10 SL took inspiration from the v1.815 Ferrari concept boot and is a stripped out version of the original V1.10. Now Puma have released the second colourway of this groundbreaking boot; Team Yellow/Amazon Green/Black which was inspired by the national colours of Jamaica.
Why Jamaica? Well Puma have the fastest man on the planet on their books in the shape of Usain Bolt. The Olympic gold medal winner is an avid football fan and has been seen running in the African Unity Kit and ‘Tricks’ colourway inspired running shoes. It is no surprise then that Bolt and one of Puma’s most recognizable faces in football; Samuel Eto’o joined forces to inspire the design of this new boot.
Usain Bolt and Samuel Eto’o deliver the ultimate in speed, skill and performance and this is reflected in the new V1.10 SL Lightning. The bright colours of Jamaica are not the only stand out feature on the boot. Swarovski crystals embedded in the heel link it to the IAAF Diamond League while the Jamaican national motto “Out of Many, One People” is presented on the out-step.
The boot’s upper is an ultra-light abrasion resistant microfibre bounded to the Pebax external heel counter. A Carbon Fibre reinforced outsole gives the boot great strength and balance for your mid-foot.
These boots are truly eye-catching and an amazing technological achievement for Puma. The AdiZero has taken the footballing world by storm and we wait with expectation to see what the new Team Yellow/Amazon Green/Black V1.10 SL Lightning can do.
Puma V1.10 speed boots have gone on diet – and now they are the lightest boots on the planet. Adidas recently released the AdiZero which made a huge splash in the World Cup pool because of their lightweight design and strength. Well the 165gram boot now looks like a fatty next to the trimmed down V1.10 SL (Super Light).
Puma have taken a light, well-built, eye-catching boot and stripped it out. The v1.10 SL is re-defining lightweight in the football market. At just 150 grams the v1.10 SL features a supersoft and ultrathin premium microfiber upper material. The one-piece outsole provides stability and support, utilizing a carbon fiber insert in the midfoot to minimize weight and to increase the stability of the shoe – notably improving speed and overall performance on the field. The v1.10 SL features the unique PUMA AptoLast which mimics the natural shape of the foot.
Puma used the limited edition concept v1.815 Ferrari boot as the starting point for a boot that wouldn’t look out of place in a 100m dash. Usain Bolt is the fastest man on the planet and these boots would definitely suit him. Although the v1.10 SL’s are light, they are certainly not child’s play. The upper’s superlight micorfibre synthetic material gives you great ball feel as it is super soft and comfortable – yet highly abrasion-resistant and durable.
Stability is provided by the Pebax outsole which is bonded to the upper. An external heel counter is also shaped and bonded to further enhance stability and support. The SL features Carbon Fibre in the boots’ outsole, enhancing player movement through reactivity, flexibilty and midfoot stability.
The v1.10 SL was created with only one thing in mind – to give you the confidence to be your fastest. A small tin of tuna weighs 170grams… with less than that on each foot, you will no doubt be quick off the mark. The boot premieres in a smart looking White/Royal/Black colourway.
The Puma PowerCat has been a great success. The boot has only been on the market for a short time and already it has grown to be a fan and player favourite. The colourways started with a modest Black/Green/Silver. Puma then went on to release more adventurous colourways such as their Yellow/Black version, the Tricks and most recently the JB Final. Now Puma have released two new eye-catching colorways:
Puma PowerCat 1.10 – Graphic Silver/Black/White
Puma PowerCat 1.10 – Red/Black/Silver
Along with the release of the two new PowerCat colourways, Puma have released two new V1.10 colourways and a new K-Leather version.
Puma-V1.10 – Black/Dandelion/Silver
Puma-V1.10 – Black/White/Royal
Puma V1.10 – White/Royal/Black K-Leather