Cricket boot release: PUMA launches Red Pulse Cricket Boot

Despite what the weather may be suggesting, can safely say the summer will soon be upon us – which means that cricket will soon be back in our lives – howzaaat!

As cricket fever builds across the country, PUMA is raising the temperature significantly higher by unveiling the RED PULSE CRICKET BOOT.

Spotting an eye-catching splash of ‘bittersweet’ red, the shoe is designed to add colour to the field and is guaranteed to grab the heart of the wearer and the viewer. This is a top of the line cricket spike that allows the flexibility of interchangeable steel and TPU spikes to allow the user the freedom and flexibility in their outsole set up.

The boot offers maximum cushioning and support for players looking for the most comfortable ride.

The upper includes EverFoam slow recovery foam heel for a personalised fit as well as lightweight breathable air mesh.

As for the midsole, ArchTec links rearfoot and forefoot while providing a natural ride, DuoCELL greatly reduces the impact forces upon heel strike whilst CM-EVA provide cushioning and guide the foot from heel strike to toe off.

The outsole features an EVERTRACK high abrasion resistant rubber. Co-molded spike housing with 11 anatomically positioned cleats for optimum traction, comfort and support, with integreated forefoot flexibility. Optional metal spikes allow the flexibility of a half or full spike.

In terms of its construction, COMFORT LAST builds on the specific anatomical and biomechanical needs. There’s also a removable insock with EVA lasting for additional comfort.

The PULSE range of footwear will be available nationwide including, and

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