Updates to Puma Radiate XT Slip-On

  • The Puma Radiate XT Slip-On strays far from the original Radiate XT when it comes to the construction of the upper. Both models use knitted textile for the top, but he slip-on iteration does not have a lacing system, allowing users to slip it on and off easily.
  • The midsole is crafted from ethylene-vinyl acetate (EVA) foam. This platform attenuates shock while rubber pods protect the heel and the forefoot sections.

Size and fit

Made for women, the Puma Radiate XT Slip-On is available in US sizes 5.5 to 11, including half and full sizes in between. This pair of workout shoes for women only comes in a B - Medium width.


The outsole of the Puma Radiate XT Slip-On is made of rubber. This durable compound protects the heel and the forefoot sections against abrasion. The tread pattern promotes multi-directional traction and flexibility.


A full-length EVA foam functions as the Puma Radiate XT Slip-On’s midsole. This platform is lightweight and reduces shock felt by the foot with each step.


The Puma Radiate XT Slip-On employs a knitted textile upper. This fabric securely holds the foot while its cleatie style makes it easy for users to slip it on and off.

Another cleatie style workout shoe to consider is the Puma Phenom. This model features a high-cut silhouette and there are laces and straps at the midfoot which can be utilized to tighten the fit if needed.

Facts / Specs

Weight: 7oz
Base model: Puma Radiate XT
Use: Workout / Gym / Cross-training
Width: Normal
Features: Lightweight / Slip On
BRAND Brand: Puma
Colorways: Pink / Black

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