Less than a week ago, we could present a new colourway of Puma's Powercat 1.12, but now the Germans are ready with a new exclusive design for their Spanish front figure. Cesc Fabregas will from now on be taking to the field in this new Puma Powercat 1.12 Yellow/Red/Blue with a crazy graphical design, that only he could hope to carry.

Cesc Fabregas changed Nike out with Puma and the leaping cat, about a year ago and he's been showing off his talents in the volatile Puma Powercat 1.12 ever since. Now the German sports brand has made an exclusively designed boot, to honour and salute their Spanish football star, which only he will be allowed to play in. It's easy to spot where the inspiration comes from, as you can see both aspects of the Spanish flag and FC Barcelona's kit colours on the boot.

You can already pre-order your pair of Puma Powercat 1.12 Yellow/Red/Blue Graphic right here with an expected delivery time in the middle of March – just €181

Puma Powercat 1.12 Yellow/Red/Blue Graphic lands in a totally original and unique design, where the patterning actually differs from the left boot to the right. It's not the first time, that Puma use this asymmetrical and unpredictable way of design, and every time they do so we're equally impressed. We are big fans of the more “stand out in a crowd”- designs and on this front Puma never disappoint.

Puma Powercat 1.12 Yellow/Red/Blue Graphic not only separates itself from the rest of the Powercat 1.12-collection on the design front, because in fact the upper is different too. Normally Puma use a super cool leather upper on the front foot and then microfibre takes over from the mid foot to the heel. On this model they have however chosen just to use microfibre, which is not only more environmentally friendly, but also makes the boot lighter, that is kept at an all time Powercat low.

Puma Powercat 1.12 is starting to really build an impressive following of star-players, this is probably because of it's enormous diversity. Goalkeepers like Gigi Buffon and Asmir Begovic, as well as defenders like Nemanja Vidic and Giorgio Chiellini, midfielders like Nigel De Jong and Michael Carrick and finally also strikers like Peter Crouch and Marco Reus. Not to forget the star above them all, Cesc Fabregas that will be alone in using this specific boot. Is the Powercat 1.12 the most underrated boot on sale?

On the instep of the boot, you will find the 3D DUO Power Shooting Technology. The small fins are produced with a thermoplastic material, that has two degrees of hardness. This gives them the ability to retract and reshape extremely quickly, so when you strike the ball and release the stored energy, the ball leaves the boot with added power. - Very smart, if you want to be feared by the goalkeepers.

On the bottom of the boot, Puma have gone for the very popular Pebax-sole, that combines low weight with high flexibility. This helps to give the Powercat 1.12 this extremely good comfort, it's so renowned for. In fact in his review of the boot, Jakob said, that if he was going to pick a football boot to walk to Berlin in, it would be this one. Comfort is something Puma choose to prioritise greatly and this is also reflected in the stud-configuration.

Puma Powercat 1.12 Yellow/Red/Blue Graphic has a relatively wide last, that gives a really good fit for just about all foot shapes. It strengthens the stud-configuration, which combined gives it a very stable and solid feel on the pitch, as well as, the bladed studs making sure, that you have the best possible grip in the pitch and the acceleration that follows. Puma's design-team have definitely not held back on the bottom of the boot, that has this almost outrages design.

You can already pre-order your pair of Puma Powercat 1.12 Yellow/Red/Blue Graphic right here with an expected delivery time in the middle of March – just €181

The new Puma Powercat 1.12 Yellow/Red/Blue Graphic has already been given its début, on the feet of Cesc Fabregas and it'll be exciting to follow its undertakings in tonight's Champions League games – Will it clock in with a goal? What do you think of the design? Is it spot on, or way too much? Share your comments in the box down below.