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Collection: Puma Platform
Price: $110
Colorways: Beige
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The Puma Platform Up is a women’s shoe with sizes ranging from 5 to 12 in B Medium width and half sizes in between. The lace-up closure system involves satin cross-grained laces that can be adjusted depending on wearer’s preference for a customized and comfortable fit. There is an extra loop tab on the tongue for a secure fit, and the collar and tongue are both slightly padded for added comfort.

Built with a basketball shoe DNA, this low-top has adequate hold and support on foot. The elevated sole, on the other hand, gives extra height without sacrificing stability.   

The ladies could never go wrong with the Puma Platform Up shoes as they blend timeless features with the new ones that align with the current trend in fashion. The durable leather upper displays hints of suede on the tongue, toe cap, and lateral Formstrips for a textured look that compliments the stylish and feminine touch brought about by the wide satin laces with metal aglets and elevated rubber platform sole. All in all, this fresh new rendition of the ‘70s classic is the kind of kicks that could help you ace that street style game like a pro.

The Puma Platform Up is one of the many versions of the iconic Puma Basket silhouette. The upper is somehow similar to that of the Basket's but utilizes a mix of leather on the most part and suede on the toe cap, tongue, and lateral Formstrips.

This particular Puma shoe further stands out in a crowd because of its wide satin cross-grained laces with metal aglets, a high platform sole, and metallic heel overlay.

Puma as a brand has long established itself in the footwear industry for its shoes that unquestionably left a mark in the history of sports and fashion and, at the same time, influenced a wide range of cultures and subcultures across generations.

The Basket from Puma is one of these shoes. Launched in 1971 as a leather basketball low-tops alternative to the crowd favorite Puma Suede shoe, it gained success without a hitch not just as a hoop shoe, but as a fashion staple as well. Since its inception, the iconic Basket gave birth to countless new colorways, commemorative versions and collaborations, and new Puma Basket models with minor material upgrades or design tweaks.

As trends in fashion emerge, the brand had to get creative and produce something new from their archives to answer to what the market demands. The Puma Platform Up, for one, is one of Puma’s old-meets-new kind of shoe. Made exclusively for the ladies, it took the Basket's profile and used a combination of leather and suede on the upper, replaced the regular laces with wide satin ones, and placed it on top of an elevated platform sole for added height and edgy style. The look is sealed off with a Puma Basket branding on the sides in metallic foil finish, another Puma text and Jumping Cat logo on the tongue, metallic foil Jumping Cat logo on the heel tab, and Puma text branding on the heel.

  • There is a Puma Basket branding on the side panels in a foil finish. On the heel part of the midsole is a Puma text branding, while above it on the heel tab is the brand's Jumping Cat logo in a metallic foil finish. There is also a Puma branding on the tongue for a classic touch.
  • Perforation detailing along the Formstrips functions for breathability.
  • The footbed is lightly cushioned for added support.
  • Also featured are breathable textile linings.
  • Heel height measures 1.5”.


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