Puma Shoes Reviews, Collabs and More2023-06-25T10:18:04-05:00

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Puma Suede Classic Review

$70 Athletic Sneaker True To Size The Puma Suede Classic, one of the most iconic sneakers in history, is the subject of our review section today. This style from the German manufacturer was introduced in 1968, the same as the Puma Roma, another renowned

March 2nd, 2023|

Puma Cali Pro Review

$80 Retro Sneaker True To Size The latest sneaker to make it to our review section is the Puma Cali Pro, a classic silhouette that we’ve come across recently. Puma Cali is a line of sneakers first introduced in 2018 defined by a

January 12th, 2023|

Pokemon x Puma Shoes Collab

Pokemon and Puma are partnering this fall to bring an exquisite collection of shoes that will surely have fans of the anime series excited. The collaboration was first announced on Twitter at the beginning of November. This is yet another collaboration of

November 3rd, 2022|

Puma Axelion Review

$75 Athletic Sneaker True To Size Given that we recently got a pair in our favorite colorway, Puma Axelion NXT makes the subject of your sneaker review this week. This sneaker was released a few years back as part of Puma’s brand effort to

September 18th, 2022|

Puma Roma Review – A Closer Look

The Puma Roma sneaker made a strong comeback recently and I was able to grab this pair in gray and black making it a good time to review its features. Various new versions have been introduced, with most of them keeping the original silhouette, one

February 27th, 2016|

Puma Ferrari Shoes Series

Over the past decades the new collaboration between a footwear brand and a luxury car giant brought us the Puma Ferrari shoes. Although sibling bitterness was what started Puma, there was no sign of personal rivalry between Adidas and Puma when in 2009 both companies played a friendly game of soccer. Of course, by this time both companies were owned by other entities unrelated to the brothers and the Dassler brothers had already passed away, Rudi in 1978 and Adi in 1974. Nonetheless, the game was symbolic of the end of the decades-old feud.

March 28th, 2015|
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