Verdict from +100 user reviews

7 reasons to buy

  • A majority of the reviewers gushed about the extreme comfort that the Puma Ferrari Roma provides.
  • The shoe feels lightweight on foot, a good number of users expressed.
  • A handful of consumers admired the good quality of the sneaker.
  • Many users loved the nostalgia about the retro aspect of the shoe.
  • Several buyers highly appreciated the versatility of the shoe when it comes to style.
  • The Ferrari Roma from the Jumping Cat sneakers' collection is available in colorways that represent the signature color of Ferrari.
  • A lot purchased the shoe as it is affordable and offers good value for the money.

2 reasons not to buy

  • Several buyers claimed that the Puma Ferrari Roma feels tight on foot as it runs narrow.
  • Some of the consumers pointed out that the shoe may need some break-in period.

Bottom line

This variation of the classic Puma Roma showcases a new look for the silhouette. The iconic colors of the Ferrari are flaunted by this low-top shoe, giving it a more trendy appeal yet retains its classic aura. The Puma Ferrari Roma provides superb comfort and a lightweight feeling for the foot.

The sleek design of the shoe offers versatility which makes the shoe able to match with a variety of outfit picks. With a price point that doesn’t leave a huge gash on the wallet, one can never go wrong with this shoe.

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Good to know

The Puma Ferrari Roma is offered exclusively in men’s sizing, and it is also available in medium width. This low-top sneaker, though, may run narrow so it may not be favorable to those who have wide feet. It may also run small so going up at least half a size may be applicable. Also, women can get a pair of the shoe by reducing the men’s size by 1.5 to accommodate their foot size.

Originally a running shoe, the Puma Roma silhouette has evolved successfully into a lifestyle sneaker and has been mostly used for casual purposes. With the fresh colorway of the silhouette, using the Ferrari colors, this low-top sneaker offers a more classy and more trendy appeal. The sleek design of the shoe allows the wearer to have match up the shoe with the outfit of their choice.

This running shoe turned street-style sneaker goes well with a pair of jogger jeans, cuffed jeans, fitted jeans, joggers, and a pair of shorts. One can finish up their look with the appropriate pick for a top.

The colorways of the shoe that represent the colors of Ferrari carry the weight of the silhouette. They give the shoe more appeal, adding to its attractiveness. The sleek design of the shoe also attracts the buyers as the classic silhouette itself gives off the retro vibe that many loved.

Being officially registered on the 1st of October, 1928, the Puma brand since then has produced high-performance athletic shoes. As time went by and as the brand has developed and evolved, they have successfully entered the world of sneakers. They have switched some of their classic and iconic athletic silhouettes into lifestyle sneakers.

One of these athletic silhouettes that the brand has turned into a street-style sneaker is the Puma Roma. It was originally a track shoe that was first released in 1968. The silhouette was designed mainly for sprints and hurdles as well as other sports in the track and field category.

The shoe then fell into the archives of the brand, but then it was re-introduced in the 2000s. New improvements were given to the shoe such as better arch support and a padded tongue and also having synthetic leather for the upper.

Some iterations were given to the profile that suits it more into the lifestyle category with its stylish new looks. One of the Puma Roma’s variations is the Puma Ferrari Roma in which the colors of the Ferrari are displayed as its new set of colorways.

  • The signature Puma Cat logo can be observed on the tongue and heel of the shoe.
  • The Italian flag can be seen in the heel part of the shoe just below the Puma Cat logo.
  • Puma Formstrips are flaunted on the sides of the shoe.
  • The T-toe construction can be observed.


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Danny McLoughlin is a researcher for RunRepeat covering football, sneakers and running. After graduating with a degree in computer science from The University of Strathclyde, Danny makes sure never to miss a game of his beloved Glasgow Rangers or the Scotland national football team. He has been featured in prestigious publications such as The Washington Post, The Irish Times, Footwear News and the like.