Size and fit

The Puma Suede Platform Elemental is available for women with sizes ranging from 5.5 to 10.5. The lacing of the shoe allows users to get a more secure and adjustable fit.

Puma Suede Platform Elemental Style

Don’t be daunted by the Puma Suede Platform Elemental’s design. It’s surprisingly easy to match with any casual outfit. It looks good with leggings, ripped jeans, shorts, and cute short dresses.

Notable Features

The Suede Platform Elemental’s most noteworthy feature is its high-fashion look along with the shoe’s comfortable feel. The shaggy suede material gives the shoe a winterized appeal that is not only trendy but practical as well.

Puma Suede Platform Elemental History

The Puma Suede Platform Elemental is mainly based on that iconic 1968 track and field shoe, the Puma Suede. The Puma Suede was considered a trendsetting footwear because, during that time, most runners utilized either a leather or canvas material. The silhouette also sported a thick rubber sole and a rounded toe.

The Suede became so popular that in the years following its original release, Puma issued the silhouette new colorways and updates. It also became the subject of quite a few collaborations. The Puma Suede Platform Elemental is yet another iteration of the classic. It is also inspired by the elevated sole of Rihanna’s Puma Creeper.

The Puma Suede Platform Elemental keeps much of the details of the original but updates it with a platform midsole and a fuzzy suede upper. The new model launched on October 21 of 2016 at a price of approximately $92 per pair.

Additional Info

  • The Puma Suede Platform Elemental Pack initially released three colorways: Steel Grey, Winetasting, and Puma Black.
  • The sneaker has a leather Puma formstripe, a rubber sole, molded foam insole, and fabric lining.
  • The footwear weighs approximately 368.5 grams per shoe.


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