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Fit & Sizing

The Puma Roma Patent is offered in men’s sizes only. The leather material provides decent support while the lace closure allows for an adjustable fit.

The Puma Roma Patent has a decidedly sleek look that would serve you well in any casual or semi-casual event. Wear the shoe with shorts and a tee for a casual look or with chinos and a polo shirt for a bit of style.

The classic look of Puma’s beloved silhouette and a contemporary patent leather update gives the Puma Roma Patent a distinct and head-turning design. It also has a cushioned feel for all-day comfort.

The Puma Roma Patent is based on one of the most iconic shoes of the brand—the Puma Roma. The original model was launched in 1968 to honor the Italian soccer team which hosted and won the UEFA championship. The Roma was a low-cut track shoe that combined style and performance in one.

The classic had a T-toebox design, a rubber mudguard, and a heel counter made of leather. The silhouette came out in different Puma Roma versions throughout the years and one of which is the Puma Roma Patent. Instead of the nylon and suede upper of the original, the Roma Patent features shiny synthetic leather.

  • The Puma Roma Patent has a round toe and a heel height of 1 to 1 ¾ inches.
  • The shoe has an EVA midsole, rubber outsole, and patent leather upper.


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