PUMA has removed the sock lining and added an unified sock-like padding around the ankle, while also removing the unnecessary silicone padding on the sides. This gives you an updated shoe, that is optimised for freestyling, as PUMA uses less materials that can limit your movement. Furthermore, PUMA has also improved and added two pads of extra padding on both sides of the toe for extra durability, which the older generations lacked.
PWG tested the boots, to find out how these updated worked out, and he was positively surprised about it. The extra padding on the toebox makes an ‘upspoon’ and this will allow you to make and perform lower tricks in freestyle, than other shoe out there. But by padding the shoes it might also make it a bit heavier, so you have to get used to this. But when your’re used to it, then it’s super nice to make the tricks.
PWG was also impressed by the improved lockdown, which made him feel like his foot was stuck inside the shoe, which meant it wouldn’t slide around and this will give you advantages when freestyiling. The heel will make your foot stable, while also allowing your ankles to move freely around.
PWG has high hopes for this new Netfit 365 Lite, as the previously wasn’t the resurrection that freestyler and Panna players was hoping for. Get your PUMA Netfit 365 at Unisport, and start testing out your freestyle skills, with the new hope from PUMA.
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