What are the models of Puma football boots?
The Puma boot range has 3 key models. First up is the Puma Future, an innovative boot which first appeared after the One was discontinued in 2019.
The lightweight Puma Ultra is Puma’s flagship ‘speed’ boot, it’s been around since 2020. Proving popular with wingers, pacy fullbacks and goalscorers too.
The final piece of the offering is a legend, the Puma King. Now adapted for today’s modern game (although you can still get the iconic King Top), this boot is still as classic as they come.
What surface types are Puma boots available for?
In today’s game, it pays to be prepared for every surface. And that’s why Puma has everything your kitbag needs.
From soft ground (SG) stud options, firm ground (FG) and artificial grass (AG) soleplates, right through to astro turf (TF) and indoor (IC). You’re covered for them all with Puma.
What do the numbers mean on Puma boots?
On all models of Puma football boots from ‘elite level’ down to ‘amateur’, you’ll see a number which refers to the quality of materials and technology included. Puma generally uses the following scale: ‘1. / 2. / 3. / 4.’.
The top level of boot (1.) are the most expensive and contain the finest materials. E.g. (most expensive) <1. / 2. / 3. / 4. -> (cheapest option).
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