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Inspired from: Training
Collection: Puma Classics
Colorways: Black / Blue / Grey / Red

Verdict from 9 hours of research from the internet

8 reasons to buy

  • A pair of Puma Icra Trainer shoes is among the most affordable pair of kicks in the market today.
  • Some wearers claim that their Icra Trainer shoes from Puma have a true-to-size fit; there was even one who claimed that this pair is easily the best-fitting shoes he’s ever worn for at least two decades.
  • There were reviewers who said that these trainer shoes are comfortable enough to be worn for many hours at work.
  • There were wearers who appreciated the versatility the neat and largely monochromatic upper of the Puma Icra Trainer is, saying that it goes so well with pants and shorts.
  • According to some users, the shoe is very light.
  • Some buyers expressed a strong willingness to recommend this pair of kicks to family and friends.
  • For such a lightweight shoe, it has surprisingly good cushioning, as observed by more than a handful.
  • There are several largely monochromatic, save for the form strip logo, looks to choose from.

3 reasons not to buy

  • Quite a few reviewers reported that the actual color of these kicks does not match their color in the pictures posted by the sellers online.
  • A reviewer felt that the Puma Icra Trainer does not provide the level of support that the more ubiquitous Puma Suede does.
  • The suede upper looks a little cheap, according to a handful of buyers.

Bottom line

At its very affordable price, the Puma Icra Trainer delivers more than what can be reasonably expected. Wearers who are on their feet most of the time during work hours say that this pair is indeed a reliable companion. Those who are on relaxation mode appreciate the aesthetics that this pair brings. In a number of ways, copping a pair of Puma Icra Trainer shoes is a good move.

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Puma Icra Trainer shoes come in standard widths. The sizes for the gentlemen are from 6 to 14. The ladies will fully enjoy the goodness that is the Puma Icra Trainer if their feet fall between sizes 5 to 15. Should there be a need to adjust the fit of the shoe, the wearer can easily use its effective lacing system.

The Puma Icra Trainer surely does not disappoint when it comes to sophistication and style. It is largely monochromatic, so matching it with other clothing items won’t be that much of a problem. It is also made of suede or ordinary leather, which automatically bestow upon it an air of class.

This pair of kicks comes in a wide array of colors, which the style-conscious will surely have lots of fun choosing from. Indeed, with the Puma Icra Trainer, there is no reason to look unsightly.

The Puma Icra Trainer is most noticeable for the Puma Formstrip that starts in the midfoot area and traverses well into the rearfoot area. Its leather or suede upper also makes it appealing to a wide array of wearers, especially those who are concerned about looks and style.

The Puma Icra Trainer brings back the well-loved silhouette of the past Puma shoes with some material upgrades. The upper is now made of suede that provides not only comfort but also an undeniable aesthetic appeal.

Its outsole gives it its sporty identity. It is highly flexible, so it’s great for those who do some lifting and a lot of quick movements during workouts.

  • The platform on which the Puma Icra Trainer’s suede upper sits is approximately half an inch thick.
  • A golden PUMA callout is on the lateral side of the shoe.
  • The tongue is made of a synthetic material, and it features a large PUMA and the recognizable cat logo.
  • The upper has perforations to improve the breathability of the shoe.
  • Puma uses a suede offer to enhance the comfortable feel of this shoe.

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Danny McLoughlin
Danny McLoughlin

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.