Fit & Sizing
The low-top Puma RS-X Tech is available in both genders' sizing. Women have sizes 6 to 11 while the gents can choose from sizes 4 to 13 US both in regular shoe width. This pair runs true to size, but if the buyer wants to have a little wiggling room for his or her toes, they are advised to take a half size up than their usual fit.
The Jumping Cat brand used the full lace-up closure system that allows an adjustable and secure fit to its wearers. Meanwhile, the collar and tongue have ample padding to boost the overall comfort. This shoe also has the lightweight PU midsole that offers support and cushioning.
The stocky midsole of the RS-X Tech has the Running System cushioning technology. This technology originated in the 80s that boosts the overall comfort and durability of the sneaker. It is made of a mix of materials found underfoot that absorbs shock keeping its wearers on top of their games.
Puma RS-X Tech Style
The chunky RS-X Tech features a design stirred from the 80s that was revamped to fit the current fashionable trend. The upper is made of mesh and textile materials with synthetic leather overlays. This shoe is presented in various combinations of hues such as Puma White/Whisper White, Vaporous Gray/Fair Aqua, Puma Black/Vaporous Gray, Puma White/Peach Bud, and many more color combinations.
Because of this pair's running heritage, styling this has no limits. It is easy to match this kick up with any athletic getup, such as a tracksuit, jogging pants paired with Dri-Fit shirt. This sneaker also looks excellent when paired with relaxed attire, such as oversized or skinny jeans paired with fun and quirky printed shirts. Meanwhile, for a bolder look, try wearing this with retro attire such as acid wash jeans and a denim jacket for a straight outta the 80s look.
Stylish and sporty, the Puma RS-X Tech displays a bulky profile that suits the current dad sneaker trend. This model perfectly fused the athletic look from the 80s and the modern fashionable appeal by combining hues that complement each other.
Another cool detail is the plastic pull tab on the heel that says, "Pull Me." This element was designed to help the wearers in slipping this pair on, especially for users with wide feet. Also, the unique execution of the heel pull tab on the RS-X Tech amps up the overall appeal of this model.
Puma RS-X Tech History
For over 65 years, Puma has been dubbed as one of the leading sportswear brands in the world. It was able to establish its name in the athletic world as it was worn by several fastest athletes all around the globe. The Jumping Cat brand stayed committed to their tagline "Forever Faster" by producing timeless, high-performance, and fashionable footwear.
Staying faithful to their guiding principle, the brand has been one of the promptest in terms of engineering technologies and launching fashionable footwear through the years. The RS or Running System technology was invented in the 80s, as the brand aimed to provide its followers footwear that would enhance their performances in their chosen fields. The RS System delivered prime cushioning, allowing effective shock absorption and support.
Recently, Puma is into releasing Futro sneakers or footwear that combines Future and Retro designs. Some of the archived models were rebuilt to create a futuristic look that will match the current trend. In line to this, the brand re-introduced the RS silhouettes with a reinvented look to present to the current market.
One of the latest releases is the Puma RS-X Tech. This follow-up to the strong RS-X lineup displays the mesh and textile upper completed with overlays to add to its style and overall durability. This model is equipped with the RS tech in its chunky midsole with the textile heel piece and inserted with molded sockliner. To complete the look, the brand finished this model with RS-X and Puma branding across the upper.
- The Puma RS-X Tech has a rubber outsole that delivers traction and grip.
- The embossed piece found on the heel adds reinforcement and enhances stability.
- Puma branding can be seen on the pull tabs, lateral side of the heel, and on the rubber outsole.