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WeightMen: 9.5ozWomen: 9.5oz
Heel to toe dropMen: 8mmWomen: 8mm
The height difference from the heel to the forefoot, also known as heel drop, toe spring, heel to toe spring or simply drop.
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WidthMen: normalWomen: normal
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81 / 100 based on 4 expert reviews
After running for an extended period of time – maybe about an hour, I could feel the impact on the balls of my feet.
Taking it onto the road, the Ignite Dual shoes make for a comfortable run. The heel is wide and not too soft, allowing for a decent heel strike. The sole at the front remains flexible and while running it felt as if these Pumas forced me to jog more on the front of my feet, allowing for a slightly straighter posture.
It’s the type of shoe that you will keep you on the move during your training and that you won’t even want to take off at afterwards.
As much as it gives a comfortable feel, it plays a more important role in keeping my feet running strong.
Updates to Puma Ignite Dual
- The Puma Ignite Dual comes with an articulated Chevron grooves that is designed for flexibility and high energy return. This will help runners experience a more powerful toe-off.
- The shoe also features the Ignite foam in the forefoot and heel area. The full-length foam is strategically placed to deliver a high-energy cushioning and comfortable underfoot protection.
- The carbon rubber material in its outsole is designed to deliver reliable traction while running on the road. Together with the traction is the durability against the damaging elements of the road.
Puma Ignite Dual size and fit
The fit of the Puma Ignite Dual is standard. It holds the heel and midfoot areas well and offers enough toe room for in the forefoot. It also has a standard running shoe length. This shoe is suited best for narrow and medium-footed runners.
The outsole unit uses the carbon rubber that delivers the right amount of traction needed for road running. It also gives durability to the shoe’s high wear areas. The deep grooves in the forefoot area gives added flexibility and allows the foot to move freely where it wants to.
The midsole utilizes the Ignite foam strategically placed in the heel and forefoot area. It offers high rebound cushioning and durable underfoot protection. This works well with the articulated Chevron grooves designed for a more powerful rebound.
The upper of the Puma Ignite Dual comes with a breathable mesh coverage that also delivers flexibility and comfortable fit. It has a reflective detailing for increased visibility and reliable lace closure for a snug fit.