With this years UCL Final being played just a stones throw away from Puma's own back yard in Munich, the German giants have landed a limited edition design to two of their most popular boot silos! Puma have unveiled two very special editions of their v1.11 and PowerCat 1.12, with plenty of local pride on display!
Puma's new flash footwear joins an elite group of limited boot releases. With a strong pedigree of special edition soccer shoes including the Puma v1.815 Ferrari and Puma PowerCat Tokyo, it's no surprise to see the big cat deliver once again! Take a look and let us know what you think online, on Twitter and on Facebook.
Inspired by the fact that Munich is the capital of the German state of Bavaria, the Puma Munich football boots feature a distinctly Bavarian look with the regions blue and white flag colours making up the chequered pattern. The lozenge design of the Rautenflagge – the Bavarian state flag – and the official gold and black colours of the capital Munich are emblazoned across the v1.11 upper from the mid-foot back through to the heel.
If the boots are to get any air-time in the biggest club game of the season, Puma may be banking on a Barcelona v Bayern Munich final, with Cesc Fabregas and Mario Gomez leading the line for their respective boot ranges. Whatever the situation, don't expect the new Puma Munich collection to hang around for long, with numbers strictly limited.
The Puma v1.11 Munich boots are a fitting final release to the 11/12 season for what has been one of the campaigns most successful football boots. Puma's speed silo has elevated its status as one of the games hottest shoes, highlighted by their growing roster of European heavyweights including Sergio Aguero, Yaya Toure & Mario Gomez.
The grandest stage in club football gives brands the opportunity to get some serious eyeballs on their football boots! Puma will be hoping for at least one brand representative in Munich when the spotlight of world football turns its attention to the Allianz Arena.
In 2008 Nike took advantage of the games mass global audience, suiting up Cristiano Ronaldo in the Mercurial SL. From Puma's point of view, a Mario Gomez (Puma v1.11) v Cesc Fabregas (Puma PowerCat 1.12) Champions League final will be the dream situation, while adidas will also be expecting their Predator LZ to get some game-time from either Xavi or Kaka.
Launched in conjunction with the Champions League final, the new Puma Munich boot collection is available to pre-order from today. The Puma v1.11 Munich football boots are Limited Edition with 530 pairs globally (5/30 = May 30th when construction of the Allianz Arena was finished) hitting the market at around £140.00 GBP, $170.00 USD, €165.00 EURO.
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Puma are signing off the v1.11's season in serious style! Let us know what you think of the new Puma v1.11 Munich football boots and if you think they'll be getting any game time in the Champions League Final. Share your thoughts and join the conversation online, on Twitter and on Facebook.