* PUMA have a well-established sneaker design popular with many
* These 5 pairs of shoes add new styles to their long-running style
* Options include Timberland-style and color-filled sneakers
When it comes to PUMA shoes, there’s certainly a certain style that has become synonymous with the brand. For many years now, this popular and stylish company could certainly be accused of failing to try new and different things. Whether it’s casual shoes, training shoes or even sandals, the PUMA style is predictable. Perhaps, for some that’s appealing, but for others, it can be a little off putting.
But things can change, and with that in mind, here’s a list of PUMA’s most unrecognizable footwear offerings. From Timberland-esque sneakers to color-filled throwbacks, these pairs are surprising to say the least. All available on Zappos, these shoes will give you some new ideas when it comes to buying shoes from this well-established manufacturer.
1. PUMA Breaker Hi Gum
On first viewing these shoes, you’d be forgiven for thinking you’re looking at a pair of classic Timberland boots. However, on closer inspection, you’ll find there’s plenty of things that make these Breaker Hi Hum shoes individual and unique. The genuine leather upper oozes quality and also sports a gold-tone PUMA logo. Plus, for comfort and precise fitting, you’ll find a lightly cushioned tongue and a collar with an adjustable lace-up closure. There’s also a foam cushioned footbed and a shock-absorbing rubber midsole to ensure you have no problems wearing these shoes for long periods.
2. PUMA BMW MMS Roma
If you are a fan of the popular German car company BMW, or perhaps you own one and fancy having shoes to match your vehicle, the PUMA BMW MMS Roma shoes may be the choice for you. You’ll find a BMW logo icon mounted on the heel, which is accompanied by a midsole detail featuring the BMW’s famous color combination. These shoes are also available in a choice of black or white and feature a rich leather upper for a luxurious appearance as well as padding around the collar and footbed for all-day comfort.
3. PUMA NRGY NEKO Engineer Knit
In recent times, there has been a real trend toward knitwear training shoes. And, not one to be left out, PUMA have created the NRGY NEKO Engineer Knit shoes. The knitwear style allows the shoes to be lighter than your average sneakers and also provides your feet with a breathable atmosphere. The padded insole and lace up closure provide comfort and a secure fit, and 2 pull tabs on the heel and tongue make slipping the shoes on especially easy. This pair is also available in 3 color choices – white, black and black and red.
4. PUMA RS-X Toys
If you think individuality and color go hand in hand, then these RS-X Toys should be calling to you. In this 1980s throwback, you’ll find green, blue, yellow, pink, black and white across the shoes to give you a look that’s hard to ignore. To add to the unique look of the shoes, there’s a deep moulded foam heel. Plus, PUMA has added easy-pull loops to make putting the shoes on simple. The combination of faux-leather panels and breathable mesh also add to the comfort for the wearer.
5. PUMA Hybrid Fusefit Heat Map
The PUMA Hybrid Fusefit Heat Map is another footwear option with an eye-catching mix of color. Where the RS-X Toy’s arrangement feels random, the Heat Map sports vivid red, yellow, green and blue parallel lines that are sure to appeal to lovers of primary colors (we know green isn’t a primary color!). Furthering the visual appeal of these shoes is the pebbledashed design on the outsole. The rest of the shoes sports a pair of pull loops, mesh lining, a reinforced heel cup and innovative foams to give you all day comfort, no matter how long the day is.
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