Fit & Sizing
The low-top RS-0 Game Error sneaker by Puma is covered with a foot-hugging neoprene sleeve along with a lace-up front that offers a lockdown fit, while its Running System gel insole and IMEVA midsole deliver ample amount of cushioning. You can take home this pair by choosing from the men’s sizes available. Female buyers may order a pair by grabbing 1.5 sizes down in men’s.
Puma RS-0 Game Error Style
Puma’s giving out gaming fanatics some special treatment by adding the Game Error, an eye-catching, retro-fashioned sneaker into its RS-0 Gaming-inspired lifestyle footwear series. The cluster of neon colors such as deep purple, teal green, and hot pink on the upper are aptly outlined against a black backdrop which offers a subtle glow to a pair of joggers, dark track pants, cargo pants, and jeans.
What makes the RS-0 Game Error one of the best-selling pairs in the RS-0 category is its nostalgic glitchy appeal showcased by the pixelated motif on the Formstrip and midsole, plus the binary codes on the tongue and heel. This running-inspired shoe also gained traction for the exceptional comfort level offered by its injection-molded EVA midsole in lightweight built and cushy RS gel inlay sole.
Puma RS-0 Game Error History
Puma has been putting back retro-styled sneakers suggestive of the 1980s video game culture under the Puma RS-0 lineup. Released just a few days apart in June 2018 are the Puma RS-0 Game Restart and Puma RS-0 Game Error. The black and bright colors associated with arcade gaming themes put a head-turning glow to the low-top Puma RS-0 Game Error.
The shape and composition of the Puma RS-0 Game Error were taken from the 1980s RS-Computer, a type of running shoe used to measure runner’s distance, running pace, and burned calories. Unlike the old-school design, the updated version doesn’t have the Running System shoe’s protruded rear side that used to hold up cable ports.
Apart from the use of loud colors like hot pink, teal green, and deep purple against a black backdrop, this kick makes heads turn due to the fascinating exterior detailing that brings back memories. The usual Formstrip design is modified using a pixelated graphic outline while a digitized black and white pattern depicting the error pop-up message from early video games is splashed on the midsole.
- Binary code patterns are placed on the heel and under the tongue of the Puma RS-0 Game Error.
- RS stands for “Running System,” which is derived from the iconic RS-Computer shoe made for runners.