Verdict from 100+ user reviews

6 reasons to buy

  • A lot of wearers were delighted with the design of the Puma Suede Classic Kurim.
  • Most buyers can attest to the durability of this kick.
  • Plenty of users described this Puma Suede iteration as very comfortable.
  • A couple of purchasers agree that this shoe looks exactly as advertised.
  • Numerous reviewers were happy to recommend this shoe or give it as a gift to their loved ones.
  • Many of those who own this kick appreciated the black colorway as it easily hides the dirt.

2 reasons not to buy

  • A few commenters recommend getting this shoe when it is on sale because it can be pretty expensive at regular price.
  • Some noticed that the Puma Suede Classic Kurim runs a bit narrow.

Bottom line

As a reworked version of the iconic Puma Suede Classic, this sneaker carries with it the same swag as the original model. Not only that, it also has the same familiar comfort and fit. When it comes to durability, the Puma Suede Classic Kurim also did not fail to impress. 

In fact, it is one of the Puma sneakers that received a lot of positive feedback from purchasers. However, some were a bit turned off by its expensive price tag. Nonetheless, $80 is but a small price to pay for a shoe of this caliber.

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Good to know

This retro-inspired sneaker comes in standard sizes for men only. Women who want to cop this shoe should size down to get the right fit. 

On feet, the Puma Suede Classic Kurim runs a tad small. Thus, it is recommended to size up when getting a pair of this kick. However, this shoe also comes with a lace-up closure for a more customized fit. 

Sporting the iconic Puma Suede Classic silhouette, this version is one of the go-to kick of most sneaker enthusiasts. Because of its low-top silhouette, it can easily be paired with almost any outfit, from jeans to shorts.

The Puma Suede Classic Kurim also looks great with jogger pants. Ladies can also wear this with a polo shirt dresses as well. 

This sneaker is crafted with a fully tonal suede upper on top of a durable rubber outsole. The rubberized Formstripe found on both sides of this Puma Suede Classic iteration adds a contemporary touch to the otherwise retro silhouette. 

Moreover, the brand logo is featured on the side and at the tongue of the shoe. Internally, this shoe features a foam-padded collar and tongue that allow enhanced cushioning and fit. 

As a world leader when it comes to high-quality apparel, footwear, and accessories, Puma is available in more than 120 countries all around the globe. With over 60 years of expertise in the industry, it is no surprise that Puma shoes are among the staples of athletes and non-athletes alike.

Puma is a multinational company that is based in Herzogenaurach, Germany. It started in 1948 with Rudolf Dassler as its founder. In as early as 1952, only 4 years after the brand was launched, Puma shoes were already being worn by several Olympic athletes. 

The first Puma Suede sneaker was released in 1968 as a classic basketball sneaker. It is made famous by Walter “Clyde” Frazier of the New York Knicks. The Puma Suede is one of the most sought-after collections from the brand and is considered a timeless classic by trendsetters both on the streets and sports arenas.

Its classic combination of soft yet tough suede upper and thick rubber outsole has remained the same with very minimal changes despite being in the market for more than 50 years. With the Kurim iteration, the simple Puma Suede Classic design is combined with a fresh new look that will surely entice sneaker fans anywhere.  

  • The Puma Suede Classic Kurim weighs 13 ounces.
  • It has a rubber midsole and a cushioned sockliner that offer superior in-shoe comfort throughout the day.


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