West Ham United's Marko Arnautovic becomes the first player to reveal the launch colourway of the PUMA Future 18.1 NetFit ahead of its official drop date tomorrow. The Austrian has been wearing the ONE series this season, but looks set to join the likes of Griezmann and Reus in the dynamic new silo.

The Future 18.1 NetFit concept was introduced in December 2017, but PUMA have only laced up Griezmann in the boot to date – once in a limited-edition tease colourway, and once more in his own signature design. But on the eve of its first official colourway launching it appears that Arnautovic will be the first of a number of PUMA players to switch into the new silhouette.


Debuting in a punching yellow, black, and red combination, the Future 18.1 NetFit will serve as half of PUMA's on-pitch collection going into a World Cup year, along with a next-generation ONE edition, which is also set to drop this week. 

The PUMA Future 18.1 NetFit will be the first boot to feature a fully customisable lacing system, due to the the upper being covered in lace aglets to allow for unlimited lacing options for the perfect individual fit. Together with the evoKNIT sock, the NetFit produces one seriously aggressive looking boot. All eyes on tomorrow.


Stay tuned for details on the launch of the PUMA Future 18.1 NetFit.