Puma To Discontinue Puma evoSPEED and evoTOUCH Boots
Puma will discontinue both the evoSPEED and evoTOUCH football boot silos in Summer 2017, we can reveal. The Puma evoSPEED was launched in 2012, whereas the Puma evoTOUCH was just launched in July 2016.
Puma to Launch All-New 'One' Football Boot Silo
There has been five generations of the Puma evoSPEED.
Introduced in 2012, the Puma evoSPEED football boot silo replaced the Puma V series. The German brand since then additionally launched two other new boot silos, the evoPOWER (made for power) that will not be discontinued and the evoTOUCH (made for control).
Puma evoSPEED players such as Marco Reus, Antoine Griezmann and Sergio Agüero will switch to the Puma One football boot. All Puma evoTOUCH players such as Cesc Fabregas will also sport the Puma One football boots next season.
Interestingly, there are currently 134 players in Europe's top 5 leagues who were the evoPOWER, 148 players who wear the evoSPEED but just 3 players who sport the evoTOUCH (Fabregas, Cazorla and Verratti [will leave Puma and wears a blackout evoTOUCH boot] - via footballbootsdb.com).
Do you think it's a good idea to ditch the evoSPEED soccer boots after five years and the evoTOUCH soccer cleats after just one season? Were you a fan of the Puma evoTOUCH? Do you like that Puma keeps the evoPOWER? Let us know in the comments below.