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  • The Puma Ignite Proknit features a maximum cushioning that effectively attenuates shock during impact and gives high energy-return for a more responsive ride. There is also enough amount of cushioning in the heel for a long-lasting performance.
  • This Puma shoe features a fully knitted upper that provides maximum breathability and sock-like fit. The upper was also enhanced to give a new look and improve the interior feel. The ultra-thin suede tongue gives added comfort.

The Ignite Proknit is available in standard running shoe length. The heel, midfoot and forefoot are in standard measurements. This shoe accommodates different foot shapes and measurements and a snug fit is made possible by the upper’s knitted coverage.

The outsole unit uses the EverTrack technology that provides protection from abrasion and the damaging properties of the road. The transition line is also added to follow the runner’s natural gait pattern, allowing runners to have a more controlled and balanced ride.

The midsole features the notable Ignite midsole foam that delivers high-rebound cushioning. The midsole’s chevron flex grooves delivers flexibility and promotes a smoother heel-to-toe transition. The ForEverFoam in the heel area delivers durable cushioning for a long-lasting performance.

The upper of the Puma Ignite Proknit features a fully knitted upper coverage that delivers maximum comfort which is also enhanced by the ultra-thin suede tongue. It also features the traditional lace-up system, delivering a snug and adjustable fit.


How Puma Ignite Proknit ranks compared to all other shoes
Bottom 11% road running shoes
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Bottom 7% Puma running shoes
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Bottom 12% neutral running shoes
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