Fit & Sizing
The Puma 917 Fun sneaker generally runs true to size. The historic motorsport-inspired shoe is available in sizes 4.5 to 13 US for men, in medium width. For ladies who are considering getting a pair of this shoe, they may try to get one 1.5-sizes smaller than they normally get.
It has vulcanized midsole with textured toe bumper that provides flexibility and protection for your feet. For added comfort, it is equipped with cushioned insoles and breathable fabric lining. It also features an adjustable and traditional lace-up closure system that provides a secure and snug fit to its wearer.
Puma 917 Fun Style
A motorsport-inspired design, the Puma 917 Fun sneaker is a low-profile shoe that features a canvas upper with synthetic overlays that offer enough breathability and keeps your feet comfortable even when the temperature is rising. For added style, it has a wingtip-inspired toe box.
It has the rear pull tab for easy slip on and off. For a low-key look, this classic pair of canvas kicks perfectly pairs denim jeans with a graphic T-shirt. This sneaker also looks good with shorts and jogger pants.
The low-top Puma 917 Fun sneaker has vulcanized and durable rubber outsoles with a groove pattern, as well as a typical cylindrical heel shape, that provide reliable traction. It also features the iconic T-toe cap, which is somehow identical to the Puma Speed Cat, and canvas upper with contrasting color and tonal stitching. To complement an athletic and wicked style, it has the synthetic Puma Formstrip on the lateral and medial sides.
Puma 917 Fun History
Rudolf Dassler founded Puma in October 1948 when he got into a feud with his brother Adolf Dassler. Previous owners of the company Gebrüder Dassler Schuhfabrik, the two divided their business assets and established their own brands.
In 1956, the Formstrip was introduced, and since then, it has been a Puma trademark. It was in 1958 that Puma introduced its logo. Lutz Backes created the logo with the jumping cat. He is a cartoonist from Nuremberg. In 1967, the logo started to appear in performance apparel and bags.
Puma is the first shoe manufacturer that used the vulcanization production technique in 1967. This technology helped athletes to achieve their top performances. Puma was able to establish itself in different kinds of sports like tennis, football, and basketball. In 1989, the Trinomic technology of Puma took shape in the running arena. It featured clear rubber hexagon cells to provide cushioning, stability and flexibility.
Named after the Porsche 917 which was driven by Steve Mcqueen in the 1971 movie “Le Mans,” the Puma 917 Fun sneaker is a classic footwear that features enhanced stability and responsive cushioning to help you drive to the finish line. It has a natural motion construction which evolved from the original design. Its canvas upper with lace-up closure gives the lightweight feel that is perfect for everyday wear or activity.
- The footwear weighs 11.06 oz based on a single shoe and not a pair.
- The Puma Cat logo is on the tongue, insole, and the heel.
- Another variation comes in a denim canvas.
- The shaft measures 2.23 inches from the arch.
- It has a lightly padded collar and tongue.