Who should buy the Puma NRGY
Definitely get the Puma NRGY if:
- You want an all-around shoe for neutral pronation
- You want a stylish slip-on shoe for casual walks, all-day wear, or jogging
Stride easily with Puma NRGY
Durable rubber covers the sole unit of the Puma NRGY. It protects the platform from succumbing to damage brought about by surface friction and continued use. It also enables the runner to weave, turn and brake efficiently as they run.
Flex notches are cut in the forefoot area. They allow the platform to move with the foot of the runner. Flexibility is important to the performance, especially when it comes to the toe-off, which is the phase where the joints of the toes bend more to facilitate the lifting of the foot.
Thermoplastic polyurethane pellets
The midsole unit of this running shoe uses a full-length foam that’s made from the amalgamation of thousands of Thermoplastic polyurethane pellets. It delivers responsive cushioning and energy return, making each step more comfortable and enabled.
Additional support in the insole
The sock liner has been shaped anatomically to provide contoured support to the curves of the underfoot. It delivers additional cushioning, as well. It can be replaced or removed entirely, depending on the preference of the wearer.
Get cooler feet with Puma NRGY’s upper
A breathable mesh material serves as the main cover system of the Puma NRGY. It accommodates air into the foot-chamber to maintain a well-ventilated interior environment for the runner. It doesn’t have a stiff nature, so it won’t impede the natural flexibility of the foot.
Snug and secure fit upper
A thin overlay system is fused directly to the mesh material, reducing the shoe’s overall weight. They connect directly to the lacing system, essentially causing the upper fabrics to follow the tightening or loosening of the shoelaces.
The tongue and collar are padded. They assist the upper fabrics in securing the foot and making sure it won’t come out of the shoe accidentally. They also add a bit of cushioning to the upper portion of the foot.