Lovell Rugby Reviews – Puma V.10 Speed Boots

Lovell Rugby is pleased to look at Puma’s latest V.10 Speed boot release. Puma have added a new colour way after the recent Bright orange colour way.
The Puma v1.10 Speed boots are engineered using micro-fibre synthetic material, thermoplastics and carbon-fibre. Combined these create a unique assembly configured for speed, and finished with the fantastic Olympian blue colour way. The new Colourway was arguebly Puma’s most successful colourway in Puma’s original speed boot the Puma V1.06.

The boots are currently worn by Leinster and Ireland players Gordan D’arcy, Jamie Heaslip and Luke Fitzgerald. In addition Toulon and England Flyer Paul Sackey, Leicester Tigers Young Centre Manu Tuilagi And Wallabies and Western Force Back James O’connor.

The microfibre material that covers the main upper from back to front is designed to deliver great touch, feel and strike of the ball, the upper is shaped with a lace-cover for better boot-to-ball contact. the boots upper is also Enhanced with a print application to increase friction, ball control and accuracy.

The Puma V.10  Is Engineered from a thermoplastic, the form-stripe is not just aesthetically pleasing but its texture offers enhanced outer foot ball touch and grip, plus it helps to retain the boot’s shape and structure. Many feedback that the V.10 is a great fitting boot, that moulds to the wearers feet.

The boots speed performance is based upon a one-piece outsole, with carbon-fibre embedded into the forefoot to distribute pressure and react to the foot flexing. The midfoot of the sole-plate features s a TPU reinforcement to help with stability and prevent the midfoot bending.

What do you think of the new Olympian blue/white colourway?