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    Sneakers with collars that go above the ankles for optimal hold and support are some of the most sought-after models in lifestyle shoes. Most of these shoes take their roots from basketball and have easily or fashionably crossed to mainstream wear.

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Fit & Sizing

The Puma El Ace Core + is available in men’s sizes in D-medium width, from 7 to 13 with half sizes available. The shoe runs true to size.

Puma El Ace Core+ Style

The El Ace Core + will add flair to any casual ensemble with its relaxed yet sporty style.  It looks good when paired with khakis, shorts, jeans, and white linens. It can also double as a dress shoe for semi-formal occasions due to the perforation details on the shoe’s upper which gives it an understated elegant look.

Notable Features

The shoe’s signature rubber banding on both sides easily signifies to the trained sneakerhead eye which model family the El Ace Core + belongs to. The eye is also drawn to the perf details as well as the cat logos on the sole, heel counter, and rubber banding.

Puma El Ace Core+ History

Puma has been known for generations as the maker of quality footwear, and this impression has further been reinforced with the introduction of the Puma El Ace Core +.

The Puma El Ace Core + is a part of the iconic El Ray family, which is known for its laidback styling and details. The El Ace Core +, which is a lace-up version of the original,  takes the same approach, with its signature El Ace rubber banding detail and a low-profile sporty style ready for treading the streets.

The upper of the shoe is made of leather with laser-etched details on the tongue, heel counter, and toe box for added appeal. It has a padded collar and a sturdy, vulcanized rubber sole.

Additional Info

  • The shoe features a textile lining and a cushioned eco-OrthoLite® footbed that keeps feet dry, improves breathability, and provides antimicrobial protection.
  • The shoe weighs 310 grams.
  • It comes packaged with two sets of laces, one black, and one white.