Size and fit

For the Puma Platform Trace Block’s sizing, women’s 5.5-10 can be found. It comes in medium width and fits true to size. The model’s trademark suede upper delivers a dependable fit, while the lace-up system ensures that the foot is securely in place. Lastly, this shoe is constructed as a low top, enabling the ankle to move at liberty.  

Puma Platform Trace Block Style

The low-top Puma Platform Trace Block is offered in a couple of color options: Winetasting/Flame and Carmine Rose/Winetasting. These colorways have an old-school appeal that makes them perfect for completing casual and classic outfits. Leggings, jeans, and shorts will show off the model's chunky profile, creating a striking street style flair for any day.

This sneaker could be paired with skirts or dresses for a chic appeal combined with a stylish edge. It also has retro-inspired sporty accents that make it suitable for athleisure clothes such as tank tops, track pants, and more. Its eye-catching look makes it ideal for wearing in the spring or summer days.

Notable Features

With its signature premium suede upper, the Puma Platform Trace Block women’s sneakers pay tribute to its parent model. Meanwhile, the shoe’s chunky platform midsole adds a head-turning accent to an otherwise old-school sneaker, giving it a modern touch. The collar is lightly padded to ensure comfort. It is also lined with leather to avoid the ankle from slipping off.

There are perforations along the side for a well-ventilated feel. For branding, the Puma Suede callout is found on the lateral side, with the highly recognizable Puma Formstrip below it. The Puma Cat is also featured on both the tongue and heel, completing the shoe’s exclusive appeal.

Puma Platform Trace Block History

German businessman Rudolf Dassler established Puma in 1948, formerly called Ruda after his first and last names. His hometown of Herzogenaurach was where he built his company, and where the brand still has its headquarters today. For over 70 years since its founding, Puma has continuously pushed culture, sport, and fashion forward with its pioneering footwear designs.

Such models as the Puma Suede has helped the brand solidify its image and reputation as a top name in footwear, not just in athletic kicks but in lifestyle offerings as well. This shoe has been so well-loved since it was first introduced in 1968. It was made as a basketball sneaker with a suede upper, which made it stood out on the court.

In 1973, the model’s image was boosted when it was worn by basketball’s Walt “Clyde” Frazier. He had always been known for his quirky sense of style, both on and off the court, and he infused the shoe with his signature approach. Since then, the Puma Suede has gone through many iterations, proving that the sneaker has a timeless appeal.

One edgy take on the shoe is the Puma Platform Trace Block, which elevates the original with its rugged platform midsole along with a cleated gum outsole. It’s a perfect balance between classic and modern, resulting in a model that could be at home in many casual activities, ideal for those who want to stand out in style.   

Additional Info

  • The rubber outsole offers excellent grip.


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