Growing up as a kid enjoying the marvelous game of soccer, you tend to choose your colors pretty early in life. It's a mix of games, players, adult influences and personal taste that evolve into your final decision which you know it's a passionate one and one you will follow to the rest of your life finding along the road several supporters and antagonists. It's perhaps the most important decision in your sports life.
The same could be said about the soccer shoes you decide to wear. They will assist you in becoming the player you want to be or could achieve to be. Surely there are various choices which compete against each other in a tough market. We all know how integral the shoes you wear are to your personal game. You will end up choosing the brand that best suits your needs, taste and feel of the game. The shoes that will help you create the magic on the pitch you're capable of.
This is where PUMA comes in.
The history of the Puma soccer shoes is laureled with world caliber historical moments. Legends such as Pele, Maradona, Johan Cryuff, Lothar Matheus and many, many others have worn these shoes achieving their legendary status with unforgettable feats. Puma has been a proud witness of inspirational soccer images. Every true World Cup fan will always remember Pele leading Brazil to its third Cup in Mexico '70 surrounded by perhaps the best squad ever in World Cup history. Who could ever forget Diego Armando Maradona's magical dribbling against the England squad in a game that had political aspects and that beautiful dribbling became the #1 voted goal in World Cup history? Puma was a part of these iconic moments. And we're not even counting moments in other tournaments played worldwide.
Founded in the 1950's, Puma has developed year after year the most stylish of shoes with options for the kind of player anyone strives to become. The Puma King got its name by honoring Legendary Portuguese striker Eusebio when he won the Fifa golden boot back in 1966. The most recognizable and highest profitable ones are the Puma King SL, Puma King Finale and Puma King XL.
The Puma King SL offers players soft leather for natural touch as it only weighs 170g making it one of the lightest boots on the market. Something different about this model is the omission of the fold over tongue. These boots have optimum traction for firm pitches helping you gain speed and better control at time of shooting the ball. These models can be worn by speedy forwards who like to shoot from outside the penalty box while running away from defenders.
The Puma King Finale has a stylish look that gives comfort while boosting performance. Its bladed studs assure power and stability. It's great for stability. Defensive midfielders can opt for this model. Their constant running will be highlighted with the shoe comfort specially when having to slide and give long passes. Attacking midfielders who also run all over the pitch improve their game thanks to the shoe's features.
The Puma King XL is a classic on its own. It possesses soft ultra thin full grain leather upper. Its Duocell technology improves the cushioning needed for long kicks. Goalkeepers and defenders could benefit greatly with this model as they need to kick the ball as hard and high as possible in certain situations.
The Puma shoes can be worn by players in all ages whether for training or in a real game. Upon wearing these shoes, players easily fall in love with them and take them everywhere they go to showcase their talents.
With a history like the one Puma owns and their top quality, Puma will always be on the forefront for soccer shoes