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WeightMen: 10.7ozWomen: 9.1oz
Heel to toe dropMen: 10mmWomen: 9mm
The height difference from the heel to the forefoot, also known as heel drop, toe spring, heel to toe spring or simply drop.
There are many opinions about what a good heel drop is. We do not recommend any in particular. Lean more in this video.
Heel heightMen: 33mmWomen: 31mm
Forefoot heightMen: 23mmWomen: 22mm
WidthMen: StandardWomen: Standard
Release dateJan 2017
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This is a simple shoe that highlights two improved materials. Underfoot, the midsole is made from a bouncy polyurethane compound that matches Adidas’s Boost foam in energy-return scores.
The Ignite midsole provides a smooth ride and proves to be as responsive as it is at absorbing impact, making it a great choice for faster paced runs.
Seamless, cold-friendly technology and NightCat reflective material make you comfortable going the extra mile, and easy to be seen.
Updates to Puma Ignite PWRWARM
- The Puma Ignite PWRWARM is a road shoe that’s made for those who want to continue running even in cold conditions. It features a thermoregulation technology in the upper, which maintains ideal temperature for the foot when running in colder seasons or at night. The façade of this model has a one-hue color scheme, which makes it more vibrant and neat-looking.
- AirMesh is the main fabric used for the upper unit of this running shoe. It accommodates air into the foot-chamber, thus maintaining a dry environment for the foot. The Comforttemp® tongue also lets air in and maintains the foot-chamber’s temperature during activity. A seamless construction prevents skin irritation and blisters.
- The IGNITE foam material is the main underfoot platform of the Puma Ignite PWRWARM. It offers responsive and long-lasting cushioning for the foot of the wearer. The heel area is reinforced with the ForEverFoam, which is durable.
- The outsole unit features the EverTrack. This rubber compound protects the rest of the mid-sole foam from the abrasive nature of the asphalt. It also provides traction, which causes the runner to be more in control of their movements on the asphalt. Flex grooves permit natural foot flexibility, especially when it comes to the toe-off phase.
Puma Ignite PWRWARM size and fit
The Puma Ignite PWRWARM has a standard running shoe sizing scheme. It follows the regular choices of runners when it comes to size. The available width for both the men and women’s versions is medium. It accommodates those who have medium sized feet. The natural curve of the human foot is mimicked by this shoe because it has a semi-curved shape.
The outsole unit of the Puma Ignite PWRWARM makes use of the EverTrack, which is made from carbon rubber. This durable material covers the heel and forefoot sections of the mid-sole, dutifully protecting them from the abrasive nature of the asphalt. It is also responsible for traction, which is important for surface control.
Flex grooves are added to the forefoot section. They make sure that the foot is able to move more naturally, especially during the toe-off phase of the gait cycle.
The Transition Line is a vertical flex groove that allows the underfoot platform to follow the natural gait pattern of the runner when taking each step. Neutral runners benefit from such an inclusion because it’s a means to appreciate natural freedom of motion.
The mid-sole unit of the Puma Ignite PWRWARM features the IGNITE Foam. This full-length cushioning material offers a springy underfoot experience. It’s also durable, so it won’t wear off or sag easily, even after many miles on the road. The performance of the midsole is comparable to the Pegasus 35 from Nike.
ForEverFoam is a very durable compound that’s placed in the heel section. The heightened durability of this unit ensures extended life for the platform and plenty of mileage for the runner.
A Molded EVA Sock Liner adds a bit more cushioning for the underside of the foot. It also supports the curve of the arch, which seldom receives any cushioning.
The upper unit makes use of the AirMesh, which is a soft material that is able to accommodate airflow into the foot-chamber.
The overlays are fused directly onto the fabrics. There’s no unnecessary stitching or layering involved. Such a design makes sure that the foot won’t come in contact with potentially irritating seams or stitched sections.
The PWRWARM technology is made up of breathable materials that are able to hold heat and keep it in the foot-chamber and close to the foot, therefore giving warmth to the runner when performing in cold weather.
The Comforttemp® lining in the tongue assists in regulating temperature inside the foot-chamber. Air is able to enter through the tongue’s tiny pores, therefore cooling the skin underneath it.
The NightCat reflective coating in the upper unit makes the shoe more visible, especially in low-light conditions. This add-on makes it easier and safer to take on night-time runs.