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PUMA Men's Future Z 1.1 Fg/Ag Football Shoe

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Puma claims that “the band was developed using a special combination of polyester and spandex yarns, along with special technical yarns to create the perfect balance of compression, comfort and durability, giving the wearer that second-skin feeling.”

It’s not a deal breaker but I’d like the TPU coating to be thinner and to have a little more knitted material on that upper to provide a more luxurious touch on the Puma Future Z. I did a Reus – I went laceless Soleplate has more width and the upper has enough stretch and volume to accommodate wider foot types Forefoot has no structure and feels extremely soft and pliable; comfortable feel favourite part of Jay Mike about the Future For those looking to be a ball hog like Neymar, the grippy textures across the boot do help you a little in keeping the ball close to your foot. Perhaps it’s not grippy enough to help you add spin to your passes but it provides just enough traction to give you confidence when controlling at a moderate dribbling pace. Has sleek shape with low toe box; less foam than Future Z 1.4 but still very comfortable and welcoming

The concept began in 2018 with the Future NETFIT and its lace-how-you-like customisable closure system. Then we had the Future Z with its trademark midfoot band and soleplate bridge, followed by the Future Ultimate, which uses PWRTAPE tech on the upper to offer targeted support. The goal is the same with every Future: to enable players to move unrestricted. The only limit is your imagination. The material itself is so incredibly supple that it folds with ease as your squeeze it. That was one area of concern I had going into testing, and I’m glad to report that it is one of the most responsive uppers you will find on the market. If you are looking for natural touch on the ball with enhanced touch, then this will be one of the best options available. All five have wowed spectators wearing perhaps the most iconic cleatof all: the PUMA King. Having been tweaked and refined over the years since its introduction in 1968, the King’s now available in a lighter, more streamlined design that’s engineered for modern playmakers. From release images, my biggest question surrounding the FUTURE Z is how pliable the upper material would be? Being a knit material, you would expect them to stretch around your foot, but pictures make them look a little rigid. Also, the lacing is very interesting across the midfoot. That large gap between eyelets (basically the large X across the middle) has me wondering what the comfort is like when you tighten them.

There isn’t a whole lot of negatives to report, they match up really well with the best options on the market. I do think, however, it is time for Puma to get in on the boot bag game. Any sort of addition with the cat proudly showcased would only add to the release. Retail Details Runs a bit quarter-size long; could be good for those who prefer that extra space on the toes, though responsiveness might be affected for some All five have wowed spectators wearing perhaps the most iconic boot of all: the PUMA King. Having been tweaked and refined over the years since its introduction in 1968, the King’s now available in a lighter, more streamlined design that’s engineered for modern playmakers. With the release of FUTURE Z, Puma was able to introduce a new type of game changing boot while also highlighting Neymar as the feature player set to wear them. That is a pretty nice way to be able to promote a new silo!

The biggest innovation of the FUTURE Z is the FUZIONFIT+ compression band, placed at the mid-foot. The band was developed using a special combination of polyester and spandex yarns, along with special technical yarns to create the perfect balance of compression, comfort and durability, giving the wearer that second-skin feeling.” Traction and Soleplate Designed for tomorrow’s superstars, these are the children’s versions of the Future, so players can wear boots that look like their favourite stars on pitch, but at a price point to keep parents happy. Initially known for its customisable lacing system; transitioned to Fuzionfit+ with the Future Z release in December 2020

Would I Buy Them: Absolutely, yes. They have so many positives on offer, are dynamic, adaptable and very comfortable to wear. Watch our play test of the Puma Future Z on Youtube The Puma Future Z is still about the perfect fit FG soleplates are fixed (not removable) and are used worldwide; wetter countries tend to use them spring to autumn.While the Puma Future Z has retained the “Future” DNA of providing the perfect fit, Puma’s boot engineers sought to express that same DNA in a wildly different approach after 3 years of Netfit, their innovative technology that allowed you limitless lacing options to accommodate any foot shape. Instead of depending on laces, the adaptive FUZIONFIT+ compression band is the star of the show here.

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