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- The new iteration of the Puma Tazon hasn’t introduced any significant changes to the series. It still features a synthetic leather material in the upper for comfort and durability, while the optimum fit is maximized by a midfoot saddle.
- The Tazon 6 FM makes use of the Soft Foam sock liner to provide softer cushioning for the underfoot, while the solid TPU shank ensures the sturdiness of the sole unit. The trainer also features the EVA heel pod for added shock absorption in the rearfoot section.
This workout shoe from Puma utilizes a grippy rubber outsole to provide slip resistance and protection from abrasion. The geometrical pattern of the unit features the multi-directional treads for the added traction during various types of movement.
The low-profile midsole of the Puma Tazon 6 FM provides a close-to-the-ground feel to the wearer.
The cushioning of the shoe relies on a Soft Foam sock liner, which offers a smooth yet plush feel under the foot. It works together with the EVA heel pod, which maximizes the cushioning and shock absorption.
A solid TPU shank is added to the unit for increased sturdiness. It also steadies the foot as it accommodates the active workouts.
Synthetic leather is used as the primary material for the upper unit. It offers comfort and durability. It is perforated at the forefoot and quarter sections to assist with air circulation.
The Puma Tazon 6 FM features a stitched-on midfoot saddle. It stretches all the way to the heel to ensure a lockdown fit and to provide structure to the façade.
The T-Toe design in the forefoot section involves an extra layer of leather for the added structure and protection against wear and tear.
Padding is placed throughout the collar and tongue of the shoe for extra comfort and cushioning.