Profile of the Puma Evospeed High Jump 6

Use - As projected by the name, the Puma Evospeed High Jump 6 is engineered chiefly for high jumping meets. Its componentry allows for a powerful leap from the jumper. 

Spike Type - For superior surface traction, pyramid pins are affixed to the spike plate of the jumping shoe. These pins are found in the forefoot and heel area of the track spike for a powerful performance. 

Spike Plate - An 11-pin Pebax plate is equipped to the outsole. It keeps a good rigidity-to-weight ratio for propulsion.

Puma Evospeed High Jump 6 outsole

Great grip for high leap

The sharkskin outsole of the Evospeed High Jump 6 is tasked with delivering slip resistance. This is especially helpful in maximizing the speed of the high jumper for a robust leap. The composition of the sharkskin outsole also permits enhanced durability.

Puma Evospeed High Jump 6 toebox

Running full-length, a Pebax plate houses the spike pins of the track shoe. Its receptacles are located at the forefoot and the heel for optimal grip. The plate itself keeps a featherlight composition to prevent drag.

Puma Evospeed High Jump 6 spikes

Light and breathable support

Intended for an adaptive fit, an aerodynamic synthetic material acts as the upper of the Puma Evospeed High Jump 6. It also keeps weight down at a minimum for optimized speed.

Puma Evospeed High Jump 6 logo

For lockdown and security, the high jumping spike employs a dual closure system. A traditional lace-up fastening system allows for a dialed-in, accurate fit. Running across the midfoot is a Velcro strap that pushes the foot into the midsole. This disables unwanted shoe removal for safe and stable performance.

Puma Evospeed High Jump 6 closure

To further the comfort within the jumping spike, micro-fiber and suede linings are implemented.

Puma Evospeed High Jump 6 collar

Facts / Specs

Closure: Lace-up, Hook and loop
Event: Jumping
Features: Removable Spikes
Spike Type: Pyramid
Surface: Rubber
Use: High Jump

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Zack Dunn
Zack Dunn

I race distances between 800 meters and 10K whether it be on the track, the roads, or on cross country courses. My typical training consists of easy days, long days, workouts (fartleks, tempos, interval training, etc.). My typical training paces range from 7’30 a mile on easy days to sub-5 minutes a mile on fast interval days, and with many paces in between. I run anywhere from 40-60 miles a week. My personal bests are 2:00 for 800m, 4:30 for 1600m, 9:50 for 3200m, 15:57 for 5K, and 34:10 for 10K.