Verdict from 100+ user reviews

5 reasons to buy

  • The Puma BMW MMS Roma is a budget-friendly sneaker. At least one individual thought that the shoe was worth the cost.
  • Most reviewers agreed that the model looks great.
  • Some purchasers were pleased that the kicks looked very well-made.
  • According to more than a handful of users, the Puma BMW MMS Roma fits true to size.
  • Several wearers were delighted that the shoe offered a high level of comfort.

2 reasons not to buy

  • Only two colorways are available for this sneaker.
  • A couple of buyers found that the Puma BMW MMS Roma fits a bit snug across the toe area.

Bottom line

Puma took the classic Puma Roma sneaker and updated it for racing fans, releasing the Puma BMW MMS Roma. This shoe is one of the Puma lifestyle sneakers that surprises fans due to its unique appeal. With exclusive branding details, this model is perfect for any racing enthusiast.

Reviewers found it to be stylish, well-made, and comfortable, making it a worthy sneaker at its budget-friendly price. However, although the shoe is true to size, a couple of users found it to be rather narrow.

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Good to know

Men’s sizes are offered for the BMW Puma MMS Roma shoes. The upper is made up of leather material, which offers a firm and solid feel. Meanwhile, the fit is adjustable through the lace-up closure. The shoe's low-cut silhouette aids ankle movement.

Two colorways, Puma White/Puma White and Puma Black/Puma Black, were released for the BMW Puma MMS Roma. It has a distinctly sporty and retro flair that makes it suitable for a variety of casual and athleisure clothes. Track pants, jeans, shorts, joggers, and more will emphasize the sneaker's vintage-inspired appeal. To elevate its athletic style, one can pair the shoe with a varsity or bomber jacket.

With its classic sporty style, the low-top Puma BMW MMS Roma shoes have a clean silhouette that would suit the tastes of modern lifestyle consumers. The model has a leather upper with a simple aesthetic, along with classic lace-up closure. On the medial and lateral sides are dotted Formstrip accents. Meanwhile, the iconic BMW pin is found on the lateral side.

Continuing the branding touches is the Puma Roma callout just below the eyelets, along with the Puma Cat on the tongue and heel. Additionally, on the medial side is the Motorsport branding/ The contrasting midsole detailing offers pops of color in the simple sneaker. The T-toe design completes the model’s timeless appeal.

Puma has been known for being an innovative brand ever since its establishment in 1948. Over the years, the company was able to solidify this reputation by releasing timely shoes both in the sports and casual departments. Not content with existing technologies and designs, the label is known for pushing the boundaries, creating truly unique looks.

One example of the brand’s innovative spirit is its motorsport-inspired collection, which takes race footwear styles and turns them into modern lifestyle kicks. Drawing from iconic sports style, Puma released the Puma BMW MMS Roma sneakers for men. It offers exclusive branding details that could please any racing enthusiast.

This casual sneaker blends a luxe leather upper with a mesh tongue for ventilation. It elevates the classic design of the iconic Puma Roma shoes and adds a BMW pin on the lateral side to complete the look. Any racing fan can enjoy these kicks at their highly affordable price tag.

  • This shoe has a black rubber outsole that offers reliable traction and support.
  • The tongue is made up of mesh material for an ultra-breathable feel.

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Author
Danny McLoughlin
Danny McLoughlin

Danny is a sports nut with a particular interest in football and running. He loves to watch sports as much as he loves to play. Danny was lead researcher on RunRepeat and The PFA’s report into Racial Bias in Football Commentary. His football and running research has been featured in The Guardian, BBC, New York Times and Washington Post.