Marco Reus bursts down the wing as fast as a puma, so it's appropriate he will be donning special Borussia Dortmund-styled Puma boots for Saturday's Champions League final against Bayern Munich.
Reus will wear the PowerCat 1 FG boots in the Wembley showpiece as Dortmund bid to win the second European Cup in the club's history, following the 1997 win in Munich.
An inspired signing from Borussia Mönchengladbach last year, Reus was born in, and grew up, a Dortmund fan but left the club's youth system aged 18.
However he has returned to wow the Westfalenstadion this season and has scored against Manchester City, Real Madrid, Ajax and Málaga en route to the Champions League final.
Puma's partnership with Borussia is appropriate since BVB's challengers for club football's biggest prize, Bayern, are kit supplied by adidas.
The Dassler brothers' falling out during World War II led to Rudolf establishing Puma and Adolf - nicknamed "Adi" - setting up Adidas.