PUMA keep the evoPOWER colourways coming and follow up on the neon colourway drop this morning with a slightly more toned down look.
A bunch of blue, a dab black and a dash of neon on the heel is the recipe for a great pair of football boots. These may not be the PUMA evoPOWER 1.3 we will see players like Olivier Giroud, Cesc Fabregas and Balotelli wearing on the pitch, but if you ask me, what they lack in vibrant colours, they more than make up for in class.
You all know the feeling of striking a ball barefoot and the way the shot just seems to get more power right? Well, that’s what the PUMA evoPOWER silo tries to harness, but while still giving you the protection you need, so you can really put your foot through it.
The way PUMA achieve this is by fitting the evoPOWER with an AdapLite upper and sole that both stretch lengthwise, but not sideways. This means when you open up your foot to really hammer the ball, you can utilise the full range and power of the foot. The soleplate is made with the Gradual Stability Frame, which is an integrated part that, as the name implies, gives gradual stability throughout the boot, so it is more free in the front foot.
We have only seen three colourways for the PUMA evoPOWER 1.3 so far, if you count the camouflaged version, but this is definitely my favourite so far. What do you think of them? Let us know in the comment-section down below.