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8 reasons to buy

  • The Puma Basket Platform Patent, according to most reviewers, feels comfortable for the foot.
  • Some buyers said that the shoe is stylish.
  • A lot of the reviewers are highly-appreciative of the colorways of the sneaker.
  • A variety of colorways is available to choose from.
  • The shoe is budget-friendly.
  • The chunky sole is quite durable, according to a handful of reviewers.
  • A few were happy that the Basket Platform Patent concept gave them a few inches of height.
  • It goes with a variety of outfits, said some.

4 reasons not to buy

  • A couple of reviewers said that the shoe is a bit wide for the foot.
  • One reviewer said that the shoe is a bit stiff that caused blisters on the foot.
  • A reviewer claimed about the shoe being too small.
  • The Basket Platform Patent from Puma's sneakers lineup is a bit heavy.

Bottom line

A new look for the Puma Basket shoe is presented in the form of the Puma Basket Platform Patent. The shoe is released in the women’s line of the brand. Its rubber outsole designed with a criss-cross pattern gives off an additional traction. Its lightly cushioned insole helps provide comfort for the foot. The reasonable price makes it a solid choice for many.


Top: Low
Inspired from: Basketball
Collection: Puma Basket Platform
Price: $100
Colorways: Black, Blue, Pink, Purple, White
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The lace-up construction of the Puma Basket Platform Classic helps provide a great, adjustable fit for the foot. A comfortable internal fit is provided by the padded collar and tongue of the shoe.

The Puma Basket Platform Patent is basically a fashion lifestyle sneaker. The shoe shows its sleek and classy street-style. With its origins coming from the classic Puma Basket shoes, this particular silhouette was successfully transformed into an icon for the pop culture.

With its edgy design, this women’s only design is a perfect choice for either a dress-up attire or for a casual everyday get-up. The shoe goes well with being paired with a matching t-shirt and a pair of jeans or shorts. The shoe is fairly a game changer for women.

The Puma Basket Platform Patent most notable feature is its over-all design. Buyers praise the classy style of the shoe as well as its colorway. Most loved how the color of the shoe fit right into their taste.

Originating from the brand’s Puma Basket collection which was first released back in 1968, comes the Puma Basket Platform Patent. Throughout time the Puma Basket silhouette had witnessed some changes and iterations on its look. Some quite iconic collaboration from the design was even released.

 The Puma Basket Platform Patent was released in the brand’s women collection. A variety of choices for these platform sneakers came along for the line including the Puma Basket Platform Metallic, the Puma Basket Platform Core, and the Puma Basket Platform Reset. Each model shows its unique classic design.

  • The platform height of the sneaker measures approximately 1 inch.
  • A “PUMA Basket” callout on the lateral side of the shoe.
  • The trademark cat logo of the brand can be found at the heel of the shoe.
  • PUMA branding on the backside of the platform.
  • PUMA Label on the tongue of the shoe.
  • PUMA Suede Formstrips found at the side of the shoe.
  • The shoe is made-up of leather upper with a round toe.
  • Weight of the shoe: 12.4oz


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.