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We hope you are following the World Cup closely. If you are, as you should, you’d have noticed the pink and blue mismatching cleats on the field. They’re the work of Puma, which is easy to tell with the blatant worded logo across the shoe sides. Puma, who’ve created iconic soccer cleats in the past, is the first to offer up mismatching pairs for the FIFA event. This neon pink and teal number is worn by Mario Balotelli, Yaya Touré and more, and for the like players, come packaged in a semi-clear box as vibrant as the shoes. On the inside of the case are the names and coordinates of the 12 Brazilian World Cup stadiums. Learn more about the Tricks Collection here. #StartBelieving

  • Source: The Dieline
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