PUMA has launched the Neymar Jr. Creativity Pack, encouraging playmakers to find their flow, trust their instincts, show off their skills and go create.The Neymar Jr. Creativity Pack features the FUTURE NJR Creativity football boots, shorts, BB shorts, pants, football, graphic tee, training top, and long sleeve shirt.
Creativity knows no bounds and neither does Neymar Jr. who unlocks the potential in every moment on pitch, creating excitement in the stadium and raising the crowd from their seats. Inspired by the man himself, the FUTURE NJR Creativity football boot features splashes of colorand fluid graphics, representing the joy, inspiration and creativity Neymar Jr. brings to the game.
Pushing the boundaries of what can be done on the pitch, the latest edition of the FUTURE features a FUZIONFIT360 dual mesh upper and integrates PUMA exclusive PWRTAPE technology to enhance support for a space-age adaptive fit, letting you play with or without laces.
Allowing athletes to unlock their creativity, the FUTURE also features engineered 3D textures at key contact zones optimized to enhance ball grip and control during passing, dribbling, and finishing. A further upgrade to the FUTURE is the new Dual-Density Motion System outsole with a split composition designed for ultimate traction and stability.
As a step toward a better future the upper of the FUTURE features at least 30% recycled materials.
Puma is a German multinational corporation that designs and manufactures athletic and casual footwear, apparel and accessories, which is headquartered in Herzogenaurach, Bavaria, Germany. Puma is the third largest sportswear manufacturer in the world. The company was founded in 1948 by Rudolf Dassler (1898–1974). In 1924, Rudolf and his brother Adolf “Adi” Dassler had jointly formed the company Gebrüder Dassler Schuhfabrik . The relationship between the two brothers deteriorated until the two agreed to split in 1948, forming two separate entities, Adidas and Puma.
Following the split from his brother, Rudolf originally registered the newly established company as Ruda (derived from Rudolf Dassler, as Adidas was based on Adi Dassler), but later changed the name to Puma.Puma’s earliest logo consisted of a square and beast jumping through a D, which was registered, along with the company’s name, in 1948. Puma’s shoe and clothing designs feature the Puma logo and the distinctive “Formstrip” which was introduced in 1958.