Puma Power Up Football Boots | Understanding The Boot
Here at Intersport Elverys, we pride ourselves on having a wide range of football boots from all the top brands, to suite everyone. Whether you play Soccer, GAA or Rugby we will have something to suit your needs. Having all the keys information about a boot is vital when you are considering which boot to purchase. Also, Intersport Elverys have you covered if you need to get the perfect fit. We offer a comprehensive foot measuring service in-store for adults and kids, to ensure that the boot you pick fits like a sock.
As part of our Understanding The Boot series of blogs, Intersport Elverys will give you an insight into the Puma Power Up collection to help you select the perfect boot for you.
Puma Future 19.1 FG (€200) vs Puma Future 19.3 FG (€80)
Both the Puma Future 19.1 and 19.3 boots have many of the same benefits, such as suitability for firm surfaces as well as artificial surfaces, the knitted sock for a better fit and more comfort (even though the 19.1 has more of a sock like fit), in addition to a specifically designed outsole and blades to help with players flexibility, grip and maneuverability. They both also have Puma’s NETFIT Technology which is changeable net lacing technology to let you lace up the boots how you see fit, which also gives the optimal fit.
The main difference between the two boots is that the 19.1 is a more advanced boot designed for people who play competitively and want to find that extra edge, while the 19.3 is more of a starter boot for those people who want a quality boot for their games of five a side, tag rugby etc, without paying the premium price of the more advanced 19.1 boot. Both boots are come in both adult and kids sizes.
The main features and benefits of the Puma Future 19.1 boot that the 19.3 boot does not have include:
evoKNIT: PUMA’s knitted design and seamless technology for lightweight, breathable, form-fitting comfort and the ultimate ergonomic fit. It also gives a sock like fit.
RAPIDAGILITY: PUMA’s lightweight, reactive, high-traction combo of smartly placed conical and bladed studs.
These boots are worn by football superstars including Luis Suarez, Marko Reus and Vincent Kompany.
Puma One 19.1 FG (€200) vs Puma One 19.3 FG (€80)
Similar to the Puma Future boots, Puma One 19.1 and 19.3 have many of the same benefits. Being firm ground boots (FG), both are suitable for firm surfaces as well as artificial surfaces, the knitted sock for a better fit and more comfort (even though the 19.1 has more of a sock like fit), in addition to a specifically designed outsole and blades to help with players flexibility, grip and maneuverability.
Again, like the Puma Future boots, the Puma One 19.1 and 19.3 have the same differences, with the 19.1 designed for people who play competitively, while the 19.3 is for the more laid back player. Both boots are come in both adult and kids sizes.
Some features and benefits of the Puma One 19.1 FG Football Boot include:
evoKNIT: This technology offers a sock-like feel that adapts to your foot, while the FUSEFIT lacing set-up makes for a fit that is tailored to your foot.
These boots are worn by football superstars including Romelu Lukaku, Sergio Aguero and Antoine Griezmann.
We hope that this information has helped you identify the difference between the 19.1 and 19.3 football boots, which will give you a better understanding when purchasing your next set of football boots. Check out our ranges from Puma, Nike and Adidas HERE.