Thursday, March 12, 2015

Good news for puma's lover 

Puma teams up with motoring legends Ferrari to create a limited edition Puma evoSPEED 1.3 Football Boot, which was revealed today. The Puma evoSPEED 1.3 F947 Ferrari Football Shoes is none other than special.

The new Puma evoSPEED F947 Boot celebrates the 10-years anniversary of Puma'a collaboration with Ferrari. Puma is renowned for their spectacular football boots collaborations with car manufactures, fashion brands and watch makers to create one-of-a kind products.

In Summer 2014, Puma already revealed unique Puma evoSPEED Boots in collaboration with fashion brands BAPE, colette, KITH and ALIFE. In 2009, Puma created the first football boot in collaboration with Ferrari.


This is the new Puma evoSPEED 2015 Ferrari Football Boot.

The new Puma evoSPEED 1.3 F947 Ferrari Edition uses Ferrari's iconic main color "race red" (Rosso Corsa). The upper of the new Puma evoSPEED 1.3 Ferrari Boots features a special grill-inspired black element on the instep and the outstep of the boot.

The famous Scuderia Ferrari logo is placed on the forefoot area of the Puma evoSPEED 1.3 Ferrari Soccer Cleats. The Puma Formstripe on the outstep is white, while there is also a small Puma logo on the forefoot area of the boot.

To create a classy design, Puma and Ferrari combine the main color red with gold details on the tongue, while the inner sole is gold creating a leather seat like effect. To reduce the weight of the Puma evoSPEED 1.3 Ferrari Boots, Puma uses a lightweight sole plate.

The new Puma evoSPEED F947 Ferrari Soccer Cleats were launched in March 2015. Limited Editions of the Puma evoSPEED 1.3 F947 Ferrari 2015 Boots (947 pairs available globally) retail at USD 220 (250 Euro). What do you think of Puma's collaboration with Ferrari on the Puma evoSPEED 1.3?

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Thursday, March 5, 2015

adidas f50 adizero Tattoo Pack Launched

There’s scarcely a top-flight footballer who doesn’t have a bit of ink somewhere on their body, so isn’t it time their football boots had some to match? Introducing the adidas f50 adizero Tattoo Pack.
Set to be debuted this weekend by FC Barcelona’s Luis Suarez, adidas are clearly looking to make a huge impact with this sensational limited edition release.
adidas f50 adizero Tattoo Pack - Forefoot
The Tattoo Pack adizero is represents the creativity and self-expression that only the very best players are capable of.
The left and right boots feature separate motifs that bring to life the themes of “love” and “hate”.
adidas f50 adizero Tattoo Pack - Forefoot Detail
The right boot features a menacing black skull motif emphasising strength, power and hatred.
The left boot is designed with bright colours and diverse designs including a rose design that symbolise a player’s love of the game.
adidas f50 adizero Tattoo Pack - Detail
The first limited edition version we’ve seen on the new 2015 adizero, theTattoo Pack adidas f50 looks the absolute business, with no square millimetre of the boot left without a motif.
In terms of performance, that new adizero design lends itself well to a graphic print. With no Speedfoil heel, the whole boot gets a seamless look which helps feel consistent.
adidas f50 adizero Tattoo Pack - Heel
That said, it looks like adidas have sacrificed the 3D DribbleTex print from the upper to make way for the graphic, opting for an all-over leather-like finishing paper instead,
adidas new, clear f50 soleplate also adds it’s own sense of flair to the adidas f50 adizero Tattoo Pack, with a clear red finish that looks pretty menacing.
adidas f50 adizero Tattoo Pack - Soleplate
Luis Suarez will have his pair in time to face Rayo Vellacano this Sunday, whilst you can purchase a pair of the adidas f50 adizero Tattoo Pack on Monday the 9th of March if you’re so inclined.
RM going down !

After a disappointing 4-2 loss to Real Sociedad in the second week of Liga BBVA games, Real Madrid is not looking like the dominating team their roster illustrates them to be. Many criticize Real Madrid for building a superstar filled team that isn't efficient. Even though I am a Real Madrid fan myself, this season Madrid is looking a little off balanced.
What’s wrong with Real Madrid?
Yes we have the best of the best players but what good do they do if they do not play as a team? Sometimes average players help carry the best of the best. They generate the flow that strong players may not create. There is no way a top player will carry another top player. Top players crave the attention themselves and make it their jobs to score goals. Often this results in missed opportunities for their teammates to have scored a goal.
Madrid doesn't want to work together. They are looking like a roster of 11 men, not a team of 11 men. Madrid has to change their dynamic before they set themselves up for a disaster. They have way too many talented players to let go to waste.
Who should Real Madrid look up to?
Real Madrid should look up to Germany. They are full of talent and find new ways to beat their opponents. This is exactly why the Germans won the World Cup. There is no “star”. Instead, the Germans have a strong offensive line that plays like one unit. No single individual is idolized. If you look at all their players they are near equal in their net worth, goals, and importance. They are a team.
How many bests do you need on one team?
Madrid has debatable the best player in the world, Ronaldo, and has picked up the best player at the World Cup, James Rodriguez. (Both debatable if you’re a Messi fan.) Madrid has Karim Benzema from France, and Pepe, possibly the best defender in the world. There is no discussion that he is an animal. Then there was the pricey acquisition of the Wales’ best player, Gareth Bale.
Madrid has other great players including Fabio, Sami, and Kroos. They may not have the title of being the best but they are extremely good players. Sami and Kroos have the convenience of coming off of a World Cup win with confidence and momentum. What is Madrid doing wrong if they are stacked with all these great players?
What should be changed?
Madrid has an engine but no transmission. They should be less concerned about who is on their team, but instead change their focus on being a team. They need to define each player’s specific role. Real Madrid is definitely missing Alonso and Di Maria. Di Maria provided the fluid offense that is needed.  Di Maria was the young unselfish set of legs Madrid needed to set up stars like Ronaldo and Bale. Last season, his staggering 17 assists were unrivaled. The new Manchester United player’s creativity and the fluidity he created for the offense will have to be recreated if Madrid wants to succeed.