New Zealand rugby league player Manu Vatuvei will be seen in a bright new pair of boots for this season’s National Rugby League competition. The New Zealand Warrior will be wearing the Puma Power Cat 3.10 Tokyo Boots, known better at just the Power Tokyo Boots.
The Warriors wing was a member of the New Zealand Kiwis squad that won the 2008 Rugby League World Cup, in last year’s Four Nations rugby league tournament he broke his right forearm in New Zealand’s 24-10 win over England. He’ll play his first game since then this weekend, when the Warriors face Paramatta in Rotorua, in a pre-season NRL match, this will also be the first time fans will see him wearing the new boots.
Puma Power Cat 3.10 Tokyo Boots
The PowerCat Tokyo’s are inspired by the bright neon lights of Tokyo, capturing the energy of Japan’s capital. The bright pink, blue and green colours on the boot create an impressive exterior, that sits on top of a regular PowerCat Puma boot. You’ll see flashes of pink from the moulded studs as Vatuvei runs in to score plenty more tries this season.