Puma King Lothar Matthäus Boots Revealed
Lothar Matthäus lifted the 1990 World Cup trophy as captain of the West Germany national football team. Matthäus massed 25 appearances at five World Cups, a record which still stands today, and is the most capped German player with 150 games.
Puma King Lothar Matthäus King Premium White / Gold
This is the classy Puma King Matthäus Soccer Cleat.
The new Puma King combines the colors white, black and golden to honor Germany's 1990 FIFA World Cup title. Featuring a white base, the new Puma King Premium Leather Cleats has a black Formstripe and golden applications.
Puma commemorates Lothar Matthäus with several unique details. Limited to 25 pairs worldwide, on the heel counter of the new Puma King K-Leather Boots is the golden lettering Lothar Matthäus as well as number 01/25, and a special inscription which reads "1990-2015 - 25th anniversary". The white / golden tongue boasts the golden King logo, the writing Lothar Matthäus as well as the colors of the German flag.
It wouldn't be a Puma King without a premium upper. Therefore, the clean upper of the Puma King Lothar Matthäus 2015 Boots is made from super soft Kangaroo leather for ultimate comfort and control.
However, as the German national football team had an exclusive deal with Adidas that forced players to wear Adidas Boots until 2006, Lothar Matthäus laced up in Adidas Copa Mundial Boots in the 1990 World Cup Final. Some more interesting facts: Lothar Matthäus auctioned off his world-cup-winning boot one year ago, and was forced to switch boots in half-time as one stud of his Adidas Copa Mundial Boots broke.
Pure class. Pure leather. What do you think of the Puma King Lothar Matthäus Boots, limited to 25 pairs globally? Let us know in the comments below.