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Following the Italy 2009 Confederations Cup home kit, these are the brand new Limited Edition Puma king XL Italia football Boots. These boots will be worn by Italian players such as Buffon and Camoranesi during the 2009 Confederations Cup in South Africa.

XL - the Roman numeral for 40 is a tribute to the 4 decades of football boots that Puma have made for legends such as Pele, Maradonna and Eusebio.

The Puma King Italia Players Bag is also part of the confederations range from Puma to honour the early 30's Italian National team, trained by Vittorio Pozzo (World champion '34, '38, Olympic gold in '36).'

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Comments (7)

  1. fsc

Not impressed tbh. :dry:

 
  1. fsc

Just Amazing stuff from Puma! I do like what they\'re doing with Italy in terms of design: Simple, Elegant, Indredible...

 
  1. fsc

Well, heard it is just for the Confederations Cup, so if it really does wind up looking strange out there - brown and blue (?) - then it is likely by fall Italy will be back to more standard azure and no earth tones. Actually, Puma/Italy did do it right by going creative for a short-term project like a tournament instead of going off the deep end for a kit that sometimes lasts two years. (Remember the \"superhero\" ****ies on Italy\'s away kit?? circa 2007-2008...ugh!)

 
  1. fsc

BTW, that was not a cuss word - it is pronounced \'dyckies\" and is the fact round color inside a v-neck shirt.

 
  1. fsc

Nike tempo lengend

 
  1. fsc

Class! If they didn\'t say Italy on them I\'d buy them in a second!

 
  1. fsc

Im impressed tbh

 
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