We spent 7 hours reading reviews from experts and users. In summary, this is what sneaker fanatics think:

7 reasons to buy

  • The Puma Basket Platform Canvas is a budget-friendly shoe for the ladies.
  • This version of the Puma Basket Platform obtained high ratings from the majority of reviewers for its overall performance.
  • Many buyers appreciated the glitter design accent on this Puma shoe’s toe box. 
  • The Basket Platform Canvas fits great, as said by several wearers.
  • Some reviewers noted that this Puma low-top shoe is comfortable enough for everyday casual wear.
  • A couple of reviewers expressed that they liked the platform sole of this Puma Basket version for the ladies.
  • At least one purchaser mentioned that the Puma Basket Platform Canvas women’s sneakers have nice colors.

3 reasons not to buy

  • Several reviewers found the Puma Basket Platform Canvas too bulky for their liking, especially the prominent toe box.
  • These Puma women’s low-top sneakers offer limited color options.
  • Some buyers got disappointed that this Puma shoe is not as attractive in actual as the other Puma Classics sneakers they own.

Bottom line

Released as part of the Puma Women’s lineup, the shoe flaunts a classic Basket upper in canvas material combined with an edgy platform sole for a feminine flair that stands out. Overall a highly recommended Puma shoe, the Puma Basket Platform Canvas women’s is well-liked by many not just for its unique style but also because of its comfort, affordability, and excellent fit.

The added platform sole and metallic accents on the upper make the shoe even more appealing for most buyers. 


This platform rendition of the Basket is designed to fit the ladies. Sizes range from US 5.5 to 11 in B Medium or Standard width. It shadows the low-top construction of the ‘70s hoop shoe, providing a flexible and non-restrictive fit surrounding the ankle.

The lacing system follows a traditional lace-up closure with flat cotton laces to ensure a secure, snug, and customizable fit on foot. Further, the tongue features a central loop tab to help keep it from sliding off to the sides. The collar, insoles, and tongue are all cushioned for added comfort, while the platform sole provides added stability and support.

The Puma Basket shoe, without a doubt, is one of the most iconic and timeless sneaker models ever created. It boasts a look that never goes out of style, an aesthetic that goes well with any outfit, and a visual recognized in street style fashion regardless of generation. 

Recently, Puma further took a step to elevate this already-established silhouette. The brand took its signature upper, made it lighter and more breathable by utilizing canvas instead of leather, and placed it on top of an elevated platform sole resulting in a new but equally stylish shoe, the Puma Basket Platform Canvas.

This Puma Basket Platform version displays a bit of an edgy and laid-back look, given by its high platform sole and canvas upper, with a mix of feminine touch from the metallic design accents on the heel area and the entire toe box and metallic foil branding on the sides, tongue, and heel.

The Puma Basket Platform Canvas in beige (“Birch/ Puma Team Gold”) is one of the colorways available for this shoe. Others include “Blue Flower/Puma Silver” and “Pearl/ Rose Gold.”

The Puma Women’s Basket Platform Canvas combines the Basket’s classic upper with today’s fashion-forward platform rubber soles. However, instead of leather, which is the Basket’s original upper material, this rendition utilizes full canvas as a lighter and more breathable option. Added details include metallic glitter accent on the entire toe box and the heel tab, complemented by metallic foil brandings on the lateral sides, tongue, and heel.

Puma is one of the leading sneaker brands today known for a roster of iconic shoes it released throughout the years. In the ‘70s era, it introduced the Puma Basket as a performance basketball shoe constructed with a low-top profile, a traditional lace-up closure, a durable rubber outsole, and a sturdy leather upper that gives protection and comfort to wearers. The Basket is created shadowing the tooling of another popular Puma hoop shoe during that time, the Puma Suede. It bears similar features as the Suede except for the upper material. 

Over the years, the Puma Basket low-top made its way into the street style fashion scene. Like other Puma Classics sneakers, it was able to keep up with the never-ending evolution of sneaker fashion trends. The German brand released countless versions of the Basket, some as unisex models while others are designed in just men’s or women’s sizing.

One of the recent versions of the Basket silhouette is the Puma Basket Platform. It is a modernized women’s iteration with an added platform sole that can be compared to other platform models from the brand, particularly those under the Puma x Rihanna Fenty collab. The Puma Basket Platform further grew into a collection of several more versions with varying materials and minor design tweaks. Some of these include the Puma Basket Platform Glitter, Puma Basket Platform Core, Puma Basket Platform Patent, Puma Basket Platform Metallic, Puma Basket Platform Satin, and Puma Basket Platform Canvas.

The Puma Basket Platform Canvas is the canvas version of the platform Puma model, hence the name. It utilizes a full canvas upper with tonal Formstrip branding on the sides made of similar material. It also features metallic detailing on the toe box and heel.

  • The platform sole of the Puma Basket Platform Canvas women’s is approximately 3cm high.
  • The Basket Platform Canvas displays Puma’s signature Formstrip branding in tonal canvas material on the lateral sides. On the tongue, side, and heel are other Puma brandings (Jumping Cat and Puma Basket text) in metallic foil design.
  • The round toe gives out a classic look to the shoe’s overall profile.
Danny McLoughlin
Danny McLoughlin

Danny is a sneakerhead turned sneaker industry expert that believes a good outfit begins from the feet up. His aunt currently isn't speaking to him for wearing a pair of kicks at his cousin's wedding. He spends most of his time trying to keep on top of the latest releases, hitting up his contacts and doing what needs to be done to secure his next pickup. Danny has been featured in prestigious publications such as The Washington Post, The Irish Times, Footwear News and the like.