Puma cleats

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J.Cole11
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Puma cleats

Post by J.Cole11 » 28 Jul 2006, 14:26

Does anyone know anything about these boots?

http://www.soccer.com/IWCatProductPage. ... mageClose0

Are they durable or is the kangaroo leather thin?

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v1.06

Post by Fpsccr10 » 28 Jul 2006, 15:00

I own a pair of V1.06 FG and think there brilliant, best pair of boots I've ever had. Light weight and a great touch on the ball. I've heard complaints that they rip, although I've had them for six months and it hasn't happened to me.

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Post by born2skate » 28 Jul 2006, 21:22

i was gonna get a pair of those but someone told me they rip too. maybe i should have gotten a pair.

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Post by J.Cole11 » 28 Jul 2006, 22:19

Are you talking about the synthetic v1.06s or the cleats I posted that are made of kangaroo leather?

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Post by born2skate » 29 Jul 2006, 00:11

v1.06s
always perservere!!!!!!!

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Post by J.Cole11 » 29 Jul 2006, 15:39

Oh, Ok. I looked at some of the topics on the v1.06s and a lot of people said they rip easily but I liked the design of them. The cleats I posted are the v1.06s but in kangaroo leather. I was wondering if anyone had them and if they are light enough like the v1.06s.

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Post by gturken10 » 27 Aug 2006, 04:05

im thinking of buying them for indoor/turf, the trainer version. whats do you think about it? is it good for ball control and hard shots?

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Post by free23styler » 01 Sep 2006, 23:19

i bought these boots and i think they are AMAZING.......
the only downside i found to them is the ripping as most ppl have heard about, ive had them for about 2 weeks and they are starting to rip along the soles.....so they arent very durable but they are very comfortable and they do make you feel faster.....and the leather ones are only about 1 ounce heavier and a lil cheaper..still not very durable though from what ive read

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