Designed specifically for the knockout stages of the World Cup, the Puma PowerCat 1.10 JB Final football boots are inspired by the Soccer City Stadium of Johannesburg, which will host the final of the 2010 FIFA World Cup.
The Puma PowerCat 1.10 football boots are a great combination of engineering and comfort, and we can see Puma are making great strides with their boot development. Because, just like the Puma v1.10 speed football boots before them, the PowerCat's are unlike any Puma boot we have seen before
As with the Puma Unity kits, Puma have incorporated elements of their Love = Football campaign, with designs splashed over the upper of the boot. And printed on the inside of the Puma v1.10 JB Final boot is a very unique feature, the coordinates for the location of Johannesburg's Soccer City Stadium - the destination for the 2010 World Cup Final.
For comfort, fit and ball feel, Puma have gone with a natural material and used a supersoft, premium kangaroo leather for the boot's upper. To enhance ball touch, increase the kicking area and improve pressure distribution, the Puma PowerCat football boots feature an off-centred lacing system, as favoured by many top pro players.
This Tricks edition will initially only be available in a Firm Ground fixed sole plate, unlike the other colour options which have also been rolled out in soft ground and hard ground editions
The Gold/Black/Fern Green colourway continues the high performance standards of the PowerCat 1.10 range. Boot spotters will be keeping their eyes peeled to see who changes from the Tricks editions to these new boots, which have been supplied to Puma endorsees for the knockout stages onwards.
The new Puma PowerCat 1.10 JB Final football boots are available to pre-order now for around £125 GBP / $185 USD when they hit selected stores. We think they are an excellent colour combination which if tghey ever make it there, will look great on pitch.
But we want to hear what SoccerBible fans think of the new Johannesburg Edition Puma PowerCat 1.10 football boots?