Who should buy the Puma Mayze
Tapping Grammy awardee Dua Lipa as its endorser, the Jumping Cat brand launches the Puma Mayze, which features mixed heritage and modern Puma sneakers styles. It's for you if:
- You like dressing up in off-beat street clothing (think moderately loose and colorful getups).
- Being taller than your girlfriends appeals to you.
- You're drawn to chunky sneakers, particularly those that come in one-to-one sizes.
Who should not buy it
If you find the Mayze too massive, go down one notch from its chunkiness and onto the Puma Cali.
Amaze in the Puma Mayze
The Puma Mayze offers a bold and edgy flair perfect when you want to elevate your usual ensemble.
This pair is surprisingly very comfortable despite its .
An elevating experience
Thanks to its platform sole, many ladies love that this pair adds a few inches to
Not for lightweight purists
A couple of ladies find this a tad weighty, which somehow slows them down
A broader space for creativity
Owners can easily match this model with practically any casual attire.
Chunky but not pricey
If you prefer cheap sneakers, the oh-so-cushy Puma Mayze might be the one for you.
Spot-on from heel to toe
The Mayze from Puma runs true to size. Its fit also leaves no room for lift.
Puma Mayze vs. Puma Fenty Suede Creeper
Puma Mayze takes on a similar style to the Fenty Suede Creeper. Let's take a look at the features that make these models dissimilar:
- Both sneakers have thick midsoles yet differ in their striping. The Puma Creeper has a ribbed gum rubber midsole, while the Mayze has a two-toned segmented midsole. Puma branding is also spotted embossed on the Mayze’s midsole.
- Absent in the Suede Creeper is the Mayze's heel clip, which keeps the heel securely in place.
- Also not seen on the Creeper is the Mayze's Formstrip logo, which extends to its heel and touches the heel pull tab.