In the Indian Premier League 2016 cricketers Yuvraj Singh, Brendon McCullum, Robin Uthappa, Mitchell Marsh, AB de Villiers and others wore different coloured shoes to up their fashion quotient on the cricket pitch with their gear.
The Sunrisers Hyderabad batsman Yuvraj Singh revealed that it is German sportswear giants Puma’s fashion tricks. The cricketers bring the style among the common men of India and in the gentlemen’s game.
Athletes around the world, who are sponsored by the Puma, have been wearing the new range by the German brand. The dual colours are a sight to behold with a beautiful amalgamation of neon yellow and neon pink adding colour to the matches.
— PUMA (@PUMA) June 4, 2016
From footwear to pads and gloves , Puma has ensured that players look stylish no matter what. From the lightweight , yet stylish boots on the feet, the gloves on the hands to the pads and the bats, players like Brendon McCullum have the perfect arsenal to perform to the best.
The brand also ensured that cricket is more than a gentleman’s game. The glorious cover drives, the powerful pull shots and the aesthetically pleasing straight drives now look all the better with this innovative range.
Apart from the technicalities, the reason why TRICKS is making waves is for its style. The 21st century is all about fashion. What trends is what works—and we set the trend in terms of sportswear.
The versatility of our design is perfectly reflected by Yuvraj Singh’s all-round nature. The duality in the colours is something Yuvi, as he is fondly called, epitomises perfectly. He can bowl as well as bat, making him the ideal all-rounder—just like Puma’s TRICKS line of sportswear. The sleek colours meshed with sophisticated design gives the perfect balance between funk and class—something that you could wear almost anywhere.
Now common Indian cricket fans also can try.