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Fitted with a stretchy upper, the Puma SG Runner can freely accommodate users with narrow to slightly wide feet. It comes with a sock-like structure opening around the ankle for excellent support and easy entry. This shoe is available in sizes 5.5 to 11 in women’s sizing only.

Channel your inner Selena Gomez by wearing the Puma SG runner with black leggings and a sexy tank top. This running-inspired sneaker is also great with denim shorts or skinny jeans for a laidback, travel-ready look. Ladies may wear this shoe with or without socks. 

The Puma SG Runner features a slip-on sock-like construction on the upper using a fully knitted material with TPU overlays on the sides and at the back of the heel for support. A simple yet elegant SG branding is seen behind the heel.

Underneath the upper, this shoe features a high-rebound EVA foam midsole in provocative height. Furthermore, the outsole of this kick is made of durable rubber with traction points for easy movement.

The Puma x SG collabs are known to embody Selena Gomez’ unique sense of style, including her passions, expressions, fearlessness, compassion, and strength. Selena Gomez was announced as the face of Puma sometime in September 2017 and in March 2018, the singer-actress designed a limited edition sneaker-and-sock combo for the brand. 

A full-fledged collection solely dedicated for Selena Gomez was later released in December of the same year. The SG Runner from Puma is part of the second collab that was launched in the middle of 2019. Because the collection is inspired by the artist’s rise from her hometown, this sneaker exudes the energy of a jet-setter combined with street-ready fashion. 

  • The Puma x SG collection also features other shoe models, including the Puma x SG Cali and Puma x Cali Suede.

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Danny McLoughlin
Danny McLoughlin

Danny is a sports nut with a particular interest in football and running. He loves to watch sports as much as he loves to play. Danny was lead researcher on RunRepeat and The PFA’s report into Racial Bias in Football Commentary. His football and running research has been featured in The Guardian, BBC, New York Times and Washington Post.