PUMA honored their next generation of young football talent this week with a special edition “FUTURE NEXT” boot release. The base is the FUTURE NEXT 18.1 wrapped in a graphic inspired by the journey young players take from the streets to the largest stages in football.
To coincide with the release, PUMA gifted the boot to each of the world’s most talented young stars who recently broke into the soccer scene. Those six fresh faces include, Allan Saint-Maximin from France, Mahmoud Dahoud for Germany, Giovanni Lo Celso of Argentina, Joel Latibeaudiere from England, Simon Edera from Italy, and Koya Kitagawa for Japan.
The FUTURE NEXT boasts PUMA’s signature adaptable fit technology with a lacing system that is entirely customizable to fit every foot and preferred lacing style. Wide and narrow footed players are both taken care of as PUMA ensures every player can lace their boot accordingly for the most comfortable fit.
The evoKNIT sock rests much higher on the ankle but is designed for support and not restriction. PUMA also introduces a new technology in the boot with a RAPIDAGILITY outsole made of lightweight reactive PEBAX and a blend of conical and bladed studs for the quickest changes in direction and pace.
The “FUTURE NEXT” released yesterday and was limited to only 350 pairs globally.