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Puma Future Z 1.3 Pro Court - Neon Citrus/Diamond Silver/Puma Black
In fact, the new Future Z’s fit is so adaptive, laces are optional. FUZIONFIT compression now extends throughout the midfoot, stretching where required to conform to your individual foot shape and movements, keeping the cleat comfortable and secure with no need to lace up. Equally, if you prefer a super-tight feel or just like the look of laces, the option’s always there. Smart. At the forefoot, GripControl Pro texturing returns to provide enhanced touch, and it’s now arranged in Advanced Creator Zones – more aggressive on the lateral side for increased dip and swerve when striking the ball, softer and more condensed on the medial side to give refined control for dribbling and finessed passes. For traction, the third-gen Future Z retains the rotation-focused outsole that’s proved so popular with players, enabling fast, agile moves thanks to its lightweight design and strategically arranged diamond-shaped grip. Neymar’s already dazzling opponents in his pair, now it’s your turn.
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.
The PUMA range also includes the agile Future Z and the superfast Ultra, both of which use the latest tech to provide lightweight performance that lets your skills shine.
Cleat Class - Pro
Ground Type Guide
Selecting the correct sole plate for the surface you are playing on is crucial, not only for the performance and longevity of your cleats, but also to avoid the risk of injury.
Using an outsole that isn't designed specifically for the surface on which you are playing may cause premature wear and/or damage that will not be deemed as a fault of manufacture and will prevent the retailer accepting them for a refund or exchange.
Indoor surfaces are used for small-sided games such as 5-a-side and Futsal and are usually flat, extremely hard and unforgiving. Indoor outsoles (sometimes known as IN, IT – Indoor Trainer or IC – Indoor Court or Indoor Competition) use non-marking materials such as moulded gum rubber (can be clear or coloured) and provide cushioning, traction, flexibility and durability.
Indoor shoes use pivot points, flex grooves and herringbone patterns for optimum movement and traction.