Worn by Maradona | Puma Re-Release 35-Years Old King Football Boot

After Puma re-released their iconic 65-years Super Atom football boot in early April, the German brand today launched another remake of one of their most iconic football boots - The Puma King Torero, which Diego Maradona wore at his first World Cup in Spain in 1982, exactly 35 years ago.


Puma King Torero Black / Gold

This is the Puma King Torero remake soccer cleat.


Almost an 1:1 remake of the original Puma Torero 1982 football boot, the new Puma King Torero 2017 remake boasts a stunning black and golden design. The cleat comes with the same brandings and writings as the original boot.



The Puma King Torero remake features the same luxurious leather upper as the original boot. PUMA have planted their DuoFlex outsole on the King Torero, which is similar but not identical to the sole plate of the original boot.

A strictly limited edition release, the Puma King Torero soccer shoe retails at 186 GBP (210 Euro, 210 USD).


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