Puma started with soccer, so it is no surprise that it is among the most trusted when it comes to soccer cleat construction. From indoor soccer cleats to boots for turf, this Germany-based brand makes sure that each release is as effective as it can be. They are also in healthy competition with the likes of Nike and Adidas when it comes to shoe research and innovation.
For sure, there are now a lot of Puma soccer cleats available in the market. We help you make the most profitable choice by displaying here the best soccer cleats from Puma.
Each Puma soccer shoe in our inventory is assigned a Corescore. This numerical rating is the weighted average of all the scores that we get from our in-house experts, other experts, players, and buyers from all over the web. The higher the Corescore, the better of a performer a shoe is.
Aside from a quantitative assessment, we also share with you a concise description of each shoe's performance on the pitch. You can rest assured that these reviews are based on actual experience. We also did not get any sponsorship from Puma or any other entity to avoid bias when we make our judgment.
The Puma King Platinum FG/AG soccer cleat is undoubtedly a much-anticipated release, and it did not disappoint. Upholding the reputation of its silo, quality is paramount for this soccer cleat. Starting with the soft and snug kangaroo leather upper down to the Sprintspeed outsole, one can confirm that this shoe is definitely worth the hype as well as its price.
There is no question that the Puma Future Z 1.1 really gets the job done. However, it is equipped with Puma's most advanced techs, so saying that it "(only) gets the job done" is disappointing. Given the hype that surrounds it, it's only fair to expect the extraordinary, but, no, you are not getting it here.
As historic as the Puma King line is, it’s hard not to expect great things from the silo. And, once again, with the Puma King Pro Firm Ground release, the brand has not disappointed its long time patrons. With its sleek-looking design, the pair is able to capture the nostalgic feel of the famed silo without overlooking performance. Comfort, ball control, traction, price - it’s hard to look for faults in this pair.
The Corescore is a score from 0-100 that summarizes opinions from users and
experts. Below shows the distribution of scores for all soccer cleats.
This shoe has a 6% penalty on its user ratings because it has fewer than 50 ratings. It
also has a 6% penalty on its expert reviews because it has fewer than 5 reviews. This is
to avoid that shoes with few ratings unjustly receives high scores.
The One 2 Firm Ground cleat from Puma is designed to suit its “Fast, Fit, Feel” slogan. Even though the upper takes time to stretch out and adapt to the shape of the foot, the cleat reveals its true potential once broken in. Moderately priced, this Puma cleat is a great value for money.
It’s safe to say that patrons of the Puma Future 4.1 FG/AG have mixed feelings about the pair. While this release is comfortable especially after breaking it in and its Netfit system has been a hit for some of the users, some just find it too expensive.