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Top: Mid
Inspired from: Training
Collection: Puma Tsugi
Price: $130
Colorways: Black, Green
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The Puma TSUGI Jun passes its standard fit to the Puma TSUGI Jun Cubism. The full evoKNIT structure on its upper hugs the foot in an adaptable, comfortable, and supportive fit. Its side lacing system also helps the wearer to adjust the shoe in a much-desired fit. This is a unisex shoe in men’s sizes 5 to 14.

The fashion industry has embarked on a futuristic sense of style in which mostly expressed through the street-style category. Footwear styles are the common outlets of representation of the said sense of style. Thus, footwear brands also kept up with the evolution and offer products that meet the fashion demands of the people.

With the Puma TSUGI Jun Cubism, the Puma brand was able to continue to deliver the advanced style. The mid-top sneaker is even described as “Sci-fi meets the streets,” with its unique design yet still keeping up with the trend.

Taking inspiration from the space odysseys mixed with 20th-century cubism movement’s geometric designs, the Puma TSUGI Jun Cubism exhibits a futuristic design with color-blocking techniques. The mid-top silhouette maintains the same signature tooling of the Tsugi’s first generation. The full evoKNIT upper along with its engineered ribs give a robust, attractive appeal for the sneaker.

Puma has proven time and time again to be worthy of its spot of being one of the leading footwear brands on the market. Its innovative approach in producing both sports and lifestyle products has led the brand to hold its place in the footwear industry and continue to meet the needs of the people.

A creative approach was made by combining German and Japanese technologies as well as taking bits of inspiration from its new products. The brand’s designers led by Heiko Desens who is the Puma Sportstyle Creative Director introduced the Puma Tsugi Shinsei: a creation that paved the way for the future of Puma sneakers.

The brand has been working on designs since 2015, and it is presented in the Puma Tsugi Jun silhouette. The creation is for the brand’s aim to produce sneakers that are developed with advanced technology and that will also be successfully casual footwear.

From the brand’s TSUGI line, comes the Puma TSUGI Jun in which it represents the next generation for the TSUGI with its full evoKNIT sock upper construction. The brand also released a variation for the TSUGI Jun which is the Puma TSUGI Jun Cubism.

The Puma TSUGI Jun Cubism iteration also displays the full evoKNIT upper. It also features a directional, engineered rib that provides flexible comfort. The silhouette comes in two colorways that offer buyers choices in picking out the color combination of their choice.

  • The Puma TSUGI Jun Cubism features a slip-on construction.
  • A Puma heel pull tab which helps for an easy on and off can be observed.
  • The mid-top sneaker is built with an injection-molded ethylene-vinyl acetate midsole that offers lightweight performance, enhanced comfort, and durability.
  • Puma branding can be observed on the heel of the shoe.
  • The signature Puma Cat Logo is displayed on the upper of the shoe.


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.