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    Sneakers with collars that go above the ankles for optimal hold and support are some of the most sought-after models in lifestyle shoes. Most of these shoes take their roots from basketball and have easily or fashionably crossed to mainstream wear.

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Fit & Sizing

The Puma Match 74 Citi Series is available in men’s sizes. The sizes range from 7 to 14 with half sizes offered. The shoe is made of leather, and the shoe may stretch further with wear.

Puma Match 74 Citi Series Style

The Puma Match 74 Citi Series is easy to dress up. Pair it with chinos or khaki pants, a long-sleeved polo shirt, and a slim jacket for a semi-casual event. A lazy Sunday afternoon may call for khaki shorts or jeans. Either way you wear it, this Puma sneaker will serve you well.

Notable Features

The beautiful leather of the Puma Match 74 Citi Series is what first captures the eye first. Next is the shoe’s classic and clean silhouette. Notable too is the comfort of the casual footwear which makes it ideal for walking trips.

Puma Match 74 Citi Series History

The Puma Match 74 Citi Series is an iteration of the classic tennis shoe, the Puma Match, well-known for its performance-enhancing details and excellent quality. The Match was released in 1974 and was Puma’s answer to Adidas’ Stan Smith. The footwear boasted of a clean silhouette and a premium leather upper.

The iconic silhouette has been released by Puma in various other Match versions throughout the years such as the Puma Match Lo Basic Sports, Match Lo Reset, Match Vulc, and the Match 74 Citi Series. The Puma Match 74 Citi Series features the same simplistic design of the original but upgrades the look with a burnished leather upper.

Additional Info

  • The Puma Match 74 Citi Series features a round toe, perforated and topstitched detail, and rubber sole.