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Fit & Sizing

The Puma Match Lo Canvas is exclusively available in women's sizes that range from 6 to 11. The shoe generally fits as expected but some have reported that it could feel longer than standard sizing.

Puma Match Lo Canvas Style

Equipped with the simplistic tennis look, the Puma Match Lo Canvas is a classic that could be paired with almost any casual staple. Moreover, its light colors could add a pop of style to a rather boring outfit. Pair it with shorts, jeans, or joggers for an easygoing outfit or opt for a flowy dress or skirt for a dressier option.

Notable Features

As the shoe name implies, this kick's upper is crafted from canvas material for a lighter and more breathable fit. It also has textile overlays, which add structure, and provides a snug fit. Perforation detailing is found on the kick's medial and lateral sides in the shape of the brand's Formstrip logo. This offers maximum ventilation and also serves as a visual enhancement.

Puma Match Lo Canvas History

In 1974 Puma introduced its first professional tennis shoe and named it the Puma Match. This kick is said to be the brand's version of the Stan Smith. It was purposefully created as a performance-enhancing sneaker while keeping that era's tennis dress code in mind. Designed with a simplistic yet classic aesthetic, the Puma Match is a true tennis kick that has stood the test of time.

The shoe received multiple alterations in the 70s and the 80s to further improve the wearer's effectiveness on the court. The Puma Match was the chosen shoe by distinguished tennis players of this era and enjoyed a successful run in the sport.

In 2015 Puma re-introduced the Match with some minor upgrades to keep up with today's technology. Getting inspiration from their 1970s tennis collection, the Puma Match came in variations without gearing away from its identity. One of these is the Puma Match Lo Canvas, which as its name implies, utilizes canvas for its upper. It is a more breathable and lighter iteration of the Puma Match and is available in a number of colorways.

Additional Info

  • The shoe is available in B – Medium
  • The shaft measures roughly 2.75 inches from the arch.