The puma branded stoppers are footwear that are known for their high quality and durability. They are often chosen by footballers, mainly due to their popularity and beautiful design.
History of puma football boots
The puma company was founded in 1948 by Rudolf Dassler, brother of Adolf “Adidas” Dassler. From its inception, it focused on the production of sports footwear, particularly football plugs. In the 1960s and 1970s, puma was one of the leaders in the sports footwear market and its stoppers were very popular with athletes all over the world. Currently, they are one of the most popular choices by footballers from all over the world. The brand has many advertising contracts with some of football’s biggest stars.
Features of puma stoppers
Puma stoppers are good for footballers because of several important features:
Durability: as football requires frequent use of the plugs, it is important that they are made of durable materials such as leather or synthetics. Pumas meet these requirements, meaning they will last for more training sessions and matches without needing to be replaced.
Insoles: comfortable insoles are important for footballers as they can spend hours on the pitch. They have comfortable insoles that help prevent painful corns and allow them to be comfortable for longer periods of time.
Soles: a good grip on the surface is crucial for footballers, as it allows them to move more efficiently on the pitch and grip the ball better. The puma models have special soles that provide good grip on different types of surfaces.
Style: the last, but equally important feature of puma sneakers is their stylish appearance. They are available in many different colours and designs, allowing everyone to find something to their liking.
Cork models from the brand are available in many different configurations. There are two most popular types: lanky and screw-in. Lanks for football are generally used on harder, drier surfaces. They then provide optimum ball control and pitch feel. “Screws”, on the other hand, are designed for playing on softer, more hydrated surfaces – so we are guaranteed better grip.
Puma and other brands
Compared to other brands of sports footwear, puma stoppers tend to be more versatile. They can be worn not only on the pitch, but also on a day-to-day basis, as they are comfortable and go with many different styles. They are also appreciated for their stylish design and variety of colours and designs, so there is something for everyone.