We spent 10 hours reading reviews from experts and users. In summary, this is what sneaker fanatics think:

8 reasons to buy

  • Quite a lot of reviewers of the Puma Suede Classic Easter find this updated look modern with bright shades that add a pop of color to one’s outfit of the day.
  • The low-top classic sneaker has an updated look that many users think is a significant improvement to when the first Easter Pack was released in
  • Some online customers were impressed with this model as they looked good and stylish once they saw the actual shoe and in person.
  • A significant number of shoe reviewers say the design is a beautiful addition to their Puma Suede sneaker collection.
  • Many people say the comfort of the iconic Puma Suede has been retained and continues to feel cozy and protective to the feet.
  • One user appreciated Puma’s “consistency in sizing” as it makes it easier to buy and order the brand online without having sizing issues.
  • The thick collar and padded interior keep the feet comfortable while preventing any rubbing at the ankles, a commenter adds.
  • Some are surprised that the ice rubber outsole has fantastic grip and traction.

3 reasons not to buy

  • A few users say the snug fitting and tight toe box bothers some of them especially those with wide feet.
  • Some say the lack of arch support bothers them as it could cause discomfort once users wear them for too long.
  • Some commented that Suede material is always difficult to clean as the lighter pastel shades of the Puma Suede Classic Easter makes it even prone to dirt and stains.

Bottom line

A contemporary look that reminds us of the Easter eggs and bunnies, the Puma Suede Classic Easter is a breath of fresh air to the iconic silhouette. The pastel shades for the suede upper give it a look that is hard to dismiss as the ice rubber outsole with an eggshell design gives it a modern touch as compared to the often white-soled design. For only $80 per pair, the model offers a beautiful upgrade to the iconic sneaker design that is everyone’s collectible sneaker.


Base model: Puma Suede Classic
Top: Low
Inspired from: Basketball
Collection: Puma Suede
Price: $80
Colorways: Blue
Special editions: 38 special editions
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The padded collar, tongue, and footbed of the Puma Suede Classic Easter help keep things snug inside. The low-top sneaker has vintage fat laces in tonal treatment and comes in medium width. The shoe is available in US size 6 to 16 for men and 5.5 to 12 for women.

Coming in pastel colorways, the Puma Suede Classic Easter was dropped at a time when vibrant and eye-catching sneakers in various colorways are gaining attention. The low-top shoe has many bright pastel-colored sneakers to choose from that includes Aruba Blue, Halogen Blue, and Prism Pink. The monochromatic colors are as Easter as it gets as they are featured in pastel colors that gives the sneaker a trendy and youthful vibe.

The same pastel colors with eggshell-like detailing encapsulated inside transparent soles are enough to spruce up one’s dull outfit. This youthfulness and play of almost candy-colored detailing are a great style to wear for the spring and summer months. The shoe was made in time for the Easter celebrations, but most of its users say it is a perfect pop of pastel shades to brighten up one’s wardrobe. Blend these classic pastel kicks with a black or white cropped pants and a plain colored tee for Easter-ready casual wear. Wear them with classic chinos and a hoodie for that street smart look that is ready to hang out anytime.

The most distinguishing element of the Puma Suede Classic Easter design is its pastel shades that give this particular classic model an Easter-ready look. The iced rubber outsole with eggshell designs also contributes a lot to how pretty these kicks can get that is finished by a signature ribbed toe bumper that runs 360 degrees all over the sole.

The Puma Suede Classic is the German brand’s most popular silhouette. The Puma Suede design was first worn by Tommie Smith in the 1968 Olympics in Mexico City where he wore a gold medal at the 200-meter race.

The low-top design was also made famous by NBA player Walt “Clyde” Frazier who first sported the shoe in one of his games. The sneaker was modified a bit to Frazier’s specifications and was later on called as the Puma Clyde.

After the design’s popularity as a basketball trainer slowly diminished, the shoe transitioned as a classic sneaker favorite of those in the hip-hop and rock circles in the 1980s to the 1990s. The design continued to be released by Puma who began tweaking the footwear to include new materials, design, and colorways. The Puma Suede Classic was released as part of the Easter Pack in 2014 and has been returning every year with modern silhouettes. The Puma Suede Classic Easter has a revamped look that includes the ice rubber sole and eggshell design resulting in a renewed interest to the iconic sneaker.

  • Ribbed toe bumper with signature Puma 360-degree stitching.
  • Puma branding details like the Formstrip at the side panel, debossed Puma callout at lateral sides, Cat logo at backheel, and logo label at tongue.
  • Ice rubber outsole design adds dimension to the pastel-colored sneaker while also providing enough grip and traction.


Danny McLoughlin

Danny is a sneakerhead turned sneaker industry expert that believes a good outfit begins from the feet up. His aunt currently isn't speaking to him for wearing a pair of kicks at his cousin's wedding. He spends most of his time trying to keep on top of the latest releases, hitting up his contacts and doing what needs to be done to secure his next pickup. Danny has been featured in prestigious publications such as The Washington Post, The Irish Times, Footwear News and the like.