Puma are no stranger to quirky, off beat designs that feature remarkably unique visuals and a lot of energy. This time around, we are treated to an addition of the PowerCat Graphic series that Puma has labeled “Dia del Futbol“, or day of football. There is a distinct focus on the Mexican culture on this release, with “Dia de Muerta” (or “day of the dead”) being a primary focus.
We take a look at the boots to see how Puma has meshed the abstract visuals with the performance characteristics of the range.
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