Puma Tricks

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INTER1908
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I just ordered some Puma Tricks off soccer.com and I was wondering if they are durable?
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INTER1908
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So nobody has puma v1.08s?
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fourstar2
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I don't have the tricks but I have V1.08's so far they are pretty durable, i've played with them in 5 games. the fabric used is very thin and feels like it is gonna rip but i've been stepped on and everything and havent ripped. I'm very satisfied with mine.

INTER1908
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Alright, thanks for the information.

fawver15
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They won't last you a season if you play hard.. I had a team mate and his broke halfway through the season during a game.
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dudeman
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v1.06s or v1.08s?

ive heard good thing about the 1.08s.
and ihad the 1.06s and those were great for the 2 montsh they lasted.

INTER1908
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I have heard v1.08's are more durable though i just wanted to see what you guys think...and torres are you sure those werent v1.06s?

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V1.08s are far more durable than V1.06s. Although they were about the best boot ever made in my opinion, they would only last for a month, two months tops (fortunately they would still be under Europsort warranty for me when they would break...). I wear my v1.08s every time I play on grass (about 4 times a week) and they hold up much better. Unfortunately, I think there is a defect in that the see-through heel does crack and eventually split. This happened on my first pair after about 6 months, and I have seen a tiny split starting to form on the heel of my new ones. Still, that's not bad for such light shoes that are comfortable and heavily used.
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fawver15
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Yes they were V1.08, yes they are more durable than the earlier versions but they are still not durable enough to last you a good full hard season. I guess it depends where you also play on the field. If you are up top then it should last you a while but if you play hard and take his and what not then they are not going to last you. I seriously watched my teammate slide and got all ball and none of the player and as he slid they ripped fully apart.
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INTER1908
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Not good, I play defense..How do you know if they are under eurosport warranty?

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Eurosport will give you new cleats if your old ones break within two months of purchase.
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INTER1908
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Oh, how do I get that done if that happens, and I just got them today.
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