Summary

We spent 8.9 hours reading reviews from experts and users. In summary, this is what sneaker fanatics think:

7 reasons to buy

  • Several people appreciate the support and cushioning that the Puma ST Runner V2 provides.
  • A lot of consumers consider this a comfortable shoe. 
  • Plenty of those who already own this kick are impressed that it is just as it was advertised.
  • The simple design of this shoe receives a lot of praise from reviewers.
  • Many wearers are impressed that the quality of this shoe is not far from the other sneakers from Puma.
  • Some consumers say that this kick is great for walking and going to the gym.
  • According to many purchasers, this low-top sneaker is worth its price.

2 reasons not to buy

  • A few people are not happy with the short laces of the ST Runner V2.
  • This shoe makes a squeaking noise when walking, according to a small number of reviewers.

Bottom line

Because this sneaker is inspired by a legendary running shoe, the Puma ST Runner V2 comes with a mix of athletic and lifestyle features. It has excellent cushioning and utilizes a stabilizing heel clip that enhances the shoe’s overall support. 

It also features a mix of different materials on the upper, making it attractive for sneakerheads and sports fanatics. Considering all these plus this kick’s affordability, the 2nd version of the ST Runner can be considered a worthy investment.

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A top rated sneaker
A top rated Puma sneaker
A popular pick

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Offered in men’s sizing, the Puma ST Runner V2 is engineered with a comfortable upper. Women who want to cop this shoe should also get 1.5 sizes smaller than their usual size. For example, if she is a size 8, she should get a 6.5 Puma ST Runner V2 in order to get the best possible fit.

The Puma ST Runner V2 is the modern street style version of the OG ST Runner running shoe. This low-top kick goes well with a variety of athletic getup, including jogger pants and leggings. However, it is also great with casual outfits. 

Men can wear this shoe with denim shorts and a colored or printed T-shirt. Ladies, on the other hand, can pair this kick with skinny jeans, a cropped top, and a denim jacket. 

This running-inspired sneaker features nylon and synthetic suede upper combo with leather accents on the vamp as well as the Formstripe on the lateral side. The Puma ST Runner V2 also comes with a stabilizing heel clip for enhanced support.

Its durable rubber outsole offers enhanced grip and traction on plenty of surfaces.

Puma is an iconic brand when it comes to athletic and lifestyle shoes, apparel, and accessories. The company has successfully merged technological innovations with modern, revolutionary designs. Thus, it is considered as one of the most successful companies in the world alongside Nike and Adidas.

Established in 1948, Puma’s long history started with their first shoe, The Atom. Because of the brand’s shoemaking expertise, athletes were already wearing Puma shoes to several key events in just a matter of years after the company was launched. 

Today, Puma has expanded its product line to various categories, including basketball shoes, running shoes, and lifestyle sneakers. The Puma ST Runner V2 is an athleisure sneaker that is offered in classic hues with sharp, contrasting details. Its overall aesthetic appeals to everyone as it is both fun and comfortable at the same time.

  • The Puma ST Runner V2 is available in high rise/Puma white, elephant skin/ribbon red, and Castlerock/high-rise colorways.
  • This shoe also has full leather and mesh versions.
Author
Danny McLoughlin
Danny McLoughlin

Danny McLoughlin is a researcher for RunRepeat covering football, sneakers and running. After graduating with a degree in computer science from The University of Strathclyde, Danny makes sure never to miss a game of his beloved Glasgow Rangers or the Scotland national football team. He has been featured in prestigious publications such as The Washington Post, The Irish Times, Footwear News and the like.

daniel@runrepeat.com