2016 Puma evoSPEED 1.4 SL Boots -- Made to Be Unique

From the side, one of the first things you will notice is the darker blue line that runs horizontally from the 4th lace eyelet down to the heel counter. Right underneath, a layer of stitching is used to secure two separate pieces of material through the upper, with the top layer adding extra durability. Does this look familiar to anyone else?Thankfully, it doesn,t compromising the lightweight nature of the 2016 Puma evoSPEED 1.4 SL Boots.

Visually, there is something a little off setting about the Puma evoSPEED 1.4 SL Boots. The colorways are sharp but that criss-cross pattern on the forefoot is a little off-putting. This is especially true when you compare them against their predecessor. For example, this more traditional style evoSPEED 1.3, which was much sharper visually.
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There was no high-profile release for the Cheap evoSPEED 1.4, instead Puma chose a low-key introduction for their latest speed boot installment. It is not a traditional move, but it does signal that the performance of this version is not intended to differ too greatly from the evoSPEED 1.3. There are some minor differences visually, although that streamlined, acceleration style silhouette stays in check.
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Maintaining the use of lightweight materials, the new boot is extra light and flexible, which provides enhanced maneuverability and makes it the perfect choice for quick strikers and midfielders. Again, this is a quality performer that provides a top option for players in need of speed.
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Along with that, there is a significant exclusion here. Gone is the evident external EverFit cage that was intended to enable overall support across the upper and provide additional stability through play. The latice style design through the midfoot and lacing system seems to mimic an EverFit cage style design, running through key areas and pretty much adding the same fundamental support. There is truly nothing like the Puma evoSPEED 1.4 SL Boots. Bow down.More Nike goodness lies ahead on our sports kicks page!

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About Per Norinder

The following can give you an idea about what Per Norinder has done:
  • 2007 Created By Experience AB as a Swedish company
  • 2005-2007 General Manager for Volvo Car Corp (VCC) in China (Shanghai). Local production started in that period.
  • 2004 Director, Volume Planning at VCC HQ (Göteborg, Sweden)
  • 2001-2004 Vice President, Sales worldwide for S40/V40, and C70 (Göteborg, Sweden)
  • 1999-2001 Director, Area Latin America, VCC (Sao Paulo, Brasil)
  • 1995-1999 PDG Volvo Automobiles France (Paris area, France)
  • 1993-1995 VP Product & Marketing Europe, VCC (Bruxelles, Belgium)
  • 1990-1992 General Manager, Cars, Volvo Espana (Madrid, Spain)
  • 1987-1990 Marketing Director, Volvo Car Japan (Tokyo, Japan)
  • 1983-1986 Dealer Development, Volvo Automobiles France (Paris, France)
  • 1981-1982 Managing Director North Sea Ro-Ro Shipping (after collapse of the Johansson Group) (Tjörn, Sweden)
  • 1969-1980 Various postions related to Logistics in the Volvo Group, incl Trucks and Volvo Penta (Göteborg, Sweden)
Per grew up in western Sweden. He was born in Jonsered, an industrial village based upon textile industry, just east of Göteborg. Last 5 years in school were in Borås. 4 years at Chalmers University of Technology, Mechanical Engineering, specialising in Logistics, plus military service in the Swedish Navy, before entering "working life".

Per has taken courses in Management at Ashridge and at INSEAD during his time at Volvo.

He speaks Swedish, English, French, Spanish and German.