On the grass today we have the second pair of match issue boots in the series, this time a one of one custom for Aston Villa player, Morgan Sanson.
The first thing you will notice is the upper. This pair coming with a 50/50 split of leather in the forefoot, and a synthetic in the rear, coming together in a diagonal in the mid-foot.
Much like the Puma One 5.1, a supportive cage is in place with 'bars' running down the leather portion, which are visible in some of the photos.
The rear material is a harder synthetic, which adds some rigidity and structure to the boot.
One-piece knit is out, and in its place is a separate tongue, and a normal cut heel which is heavily padded, allowing for a really snug, secure fit on foot. This make-up is the same which can be found on Sergio Aguero's custom Puma Ultra.
The one thing which differs to Aguero's pairs of Ultras is the soleplate. Rather than a custom conical stud pattern, this pair comes with the soleplate lifted straight from the Puma One series.
Above photos courtesy of BCBootsUK
They come in at a UK size 7, and the only personalisation on the boot is found in the heel, with the names of his daughters on alternate boots.
Video taken from Sanson's Instagram Story.