Puma evoPOWER 2015-2016 Tricks Boots Released

Puma has today unveiled the brand-new Puma evoPOWER 1.2 Tricks Boots, following the concept first introduced for the 2014 World Cup. And this time, the left shoe of the new Puma evoPOWER 1.2 2015-2016 Tricks Soccer Boots is orange, while the right shoe is blue.

Ahead of the 2014 World Cup in Brazil, Puma introduced their boldest-ever football boots collection. The Puma evoPOWER and evoSPEED 2014 World Cup Soccer Cleats boasted differently colored boots for each shoe to maximize Puma's on-pitch presence. And as Puma's Tricks Concept proved to be a great success, the German brand brings back the trademark concept in 2015.

Puma evoPOWER 1.2 FG Electric Blue / Orange Clown Fish

This is the new Puma evoPOWER Tricks 2015 Boot.

The left shoe is orange, the right shoe is blue. The new Puma evoPOWER 1.2 Tricks 2015 Football Boots boast a striking design to stand out this season with differently colored cleats for each shoe.

The upper of the Puma evoPOWER Tricks 2015 Cleats features a subtle graphic pattern. In fact, the graphic pattern is the same used for the bold Puma evoPOWER POP 2015-2016 Boots, which are set to be released in October 2015. It's just much more inconspicuous than the graphic pattern of the Puma evoPOWER POP Boots.

Tech-wise, the Puma evoPOWER 1.2 2015 Tricks Boots feature the same innovations as the regular edition of the Puma evoPOWER. Made for ultimate power and control in any conditions, the Puma evoPOWER 1.2 Tricks Boots feature an one-way stretchable AdapLite upper to bend similar to a barefoot kicking motion.

Players such as Yaya Touré, Olivier Giroud, Mario Balotelli and Cesc Fàbregas will lace up in the Orange / Blue Puma evoPOWER 2015 Tricks Cleats in the next couple of matches, before switching to the Puma evoPOWER POP Cleats in mid-October 2015.

The orange / blue Puma evoPOWER 2015-2016 Tricks Boots retail at the same price as the regular edition of the Puma evoPOWER Boots (200 USD, 200 Euro, 150 GBP) and are available as non-limited edition from September 25, 2015.

Old idea or perfect marketing? Do you like that Puma brings back their Tricks concept of the 2014 World Cup Boots? Let us know in the comments below.