Arsenal's contingent of PUMA players were amongst the first to slip into the World Cup Tricks collection as they trained ahead of their FA Cup final against Hull City this weekend.
The PUMA Tricks boots will be worn by all of PUMA's contracted players throughout the World Cup in Brazil this summer but they'll feature on pitch for the very first time in this Sunday's FA Cup final between Arsenal and Hull City at Wembley.
As the Gooners appeared at their London Colney training ground this morning all eyes were on the feet of Mathieu Flamini, Tomas Rosicky, Bacary Sagna and Mikel Arteta in the new evoPOWER and Olivier Giroud & Santi Cazorla in the evoSPEED.
The PUMA Tricks collection is one of the boldest World Cup moves we've seen yet from any brand and if Arsenal are to pick up their first piece of silverware in 9 years then they could well be doing it with half their team wearing odd boots. As PUMA prepare to take over from Nike at the Emirates next season they'll be looking to tempt a few more of the Arsenal squad into their boots and it looks like they've already got hold of Flamini.
What do you think of the new PUMA Tricks football boots on pitch? Take a closer look at the collection here. Drop your thoughts in the comments below.