Size and fit

Offered in men’s sizing, women may grab a pair of the Puma Roma 68 Vintage by deducting at least 1.5 from the men’s sizes. This low-top sneaker features the traditional lacing system that helps lock your foot down in a snug, secure, yet comfortable fit.

Puma Roma 68 Vintage Style

With its roots coming from a classic track shoe, the Puma Roma 68 Vintage exhibits a combination of sporty and casual style. The silhouette also inherits the timeless appeal of its predecessor, allowing it to blend in with the constant evolution of street style.

Its simplicity is what drives its flexibility in style and helps you stay stylish as it works well with various outfit ideas for different occasions. Its sleek appearance is a perfect complement for both casual attire or semi-formal attire.

It is perfect for the traditional t-shirt and jeans combo for a casual day whether you’re running errands or just hanging out with friends. It is also a good finish to your look as you head out fo lunch with a special someone on a nice summer day.

Notable Features

Showcasing the classic design of the Roma silhouette, the Puma Roma 68 Vintage exhibits an upper construction built with premium leather and T-toe overlays. The low-top sneaker also features an EVA midsole that delivers great cushioning for additional comfort.

Puma Roma 68 Vintage History

Going back to 1924, the Gebrüder Dassler Schuhfabrik, translated to “Dassler Brothers Shoe Factory,” was founded by the Dassler brothers, Rudolf and Adolf, in the small town of Herzogenaurach, Germany. The Dassler brothers were the brains of the spiked-soled shoe that Jesse Owens, an American track star, wore during the Summer Olympics in 1936.

Unfortunately, the Dassler Brothers Shoe Factory didn’t last long as the Rudolf and Adolf went on separate ways and pushed on building their own company each. Rudolf Dassler went on to build “Ruda,” which eventually was renamed into “Puma Schuhfabrik Rudolf Dassler,” or simply as “Puma.”

Puma has established quite a reputation throughout the years since its founding as one of the top-leading sports brands internationally, creating shoes for the top athletes in the world. Eventually, the brand embraced the lifestyle side of the footwear industry and expanded its product line, producing silhouettes that are fashion and leisure centric. 

The Puma Roma was initially a track sneaker when it was released in 1968, and the brand resurrected it from its archive to give it a chance in the sneaker industry as a lifestyle shoe. When it was re-issued in the 2000s, the Roma silhouette was enhanced to have better arch support and a padded collar. 

Renditions of the Puma Roma also came out and among these is the Puma Roma 68 Vintage. It features the design structure of the main model with a premium leather upper sitting atop the rubber sole.

Nice to know

  • Contrasting Puma Formstrip logo on the lateral side of the Puma Roma 68 Vintage.
  • The special edition gold foil branding of “Puma Roma 68” on its lateral side above the Puma Formstip.
  • This shoe is built comfortable sock collar and comes with flat laces.


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