Lacing down the Puma TSUGI Jun Multi would be quite unconventional at first because it features side laces attached to the perimeter of the tongue. The tongue acts as part of the upper while the end parts of the laces are knotted on a bow in the middle near the shin. The sneaker is also constructed in a sock-like manner, decreasing any instance of discomfort produced by seams.
The Puma TSUGI Jun Multi is a women’s exclusive, mid-top sneaker. Its width follows the standard medium for the ladies which is B. The Puma TSUGI Jun Multi’s sizing starts from 5.5 up to 11 while including half sizes in between.
Something sporty like the Puma TSUGI Jun Multi requires a reasonably equivalent outfit like joggers or track pants. One of Puma's street-ready kicks, joggers give these sneakers identity because the elastic bottom falls just right above the ankle allowing the spectators to catch a 360 glimpse on the shoe. Ripped jeans and skinny pants are alternative options but must be partnered with loose or active-promoting outfits on the upper half of the body.
The stand out element of the Puma TSUGI Jun Multi is the brilliant color-blocking found all over its surface. Aside from the tints, the sneaker uses a white base for their iterations including the midsole. Famous colorways include white/black and the White/Paradise Pink.
Being born to an era when the Jump Cat logo was conceptualized is indeed a marvelous spectacle, but as history dictates, it wasn’t that much of a pleasant time. Clearly, it took years for the German brand Puma to get up and walk on the surface of the footwear realm and indeed it walked with pride. With their soccer focus in mind, Puma gradually tapped other kegs of footwear pantheon and eventually ended up with the one that reeks in the most revenue: lifestyle and fashion.
Being a sporty brand has its perks, especially when considering technology. Puma was one of the brands in the 90s that introduced a new and innovative kind of lockdown called the Puma Disc. Instead of the usual over and up knots, Puma strips down the ancient way of lacing and replaces it with a turning apparatus that tightens when one twists the knob. It was the quintessential silhouette that sparked numerous iterations to follow the same vision.
Jump forward to 2017, Puma reinvents their classic flat-to-the-floor look courtesy of the Puma Suede and gives it more dimension and class. Introduced in the cusp of spring, the Puma TSUGI Shinsei breaks the ice with all the then current Puma designs and unveils a new type of lacing that brings out the tongue underneath. To make things more comfortable, the whole sock-like upper sits on top of an Ignite Foam midsole for lightweight cushioning.
Before the year ends, Puma was at it again by launching another line under the TSUGI franchise. The Puma TSUGI Jun cleans up the beefed-up tongue of the Shinsei and injects ribbed pattern which accentuates a sleek look. Its silky-smooth character enables more options for designs and material renovation making it one of the few Puma sneakers to have a platoon of colorways.
The sneaker’s involvement to colors dons another version called the Puma TSUGI Jun Multi. Knitted uppers were soon dipped in various tints of either dark or light tones which lays on top of a white color palette. With an initial retail price of $120 a pop, the Puma TSUGI Jun Multi is sure a kick for grabs.
- Pull tabs are installed on the heel side of the sock-like collar and at the tongue portion.
- The linings are made of fabric material.
- A leather patch on the sides adds support and aids in lacing the sneaker.
- The outsole consists of a durable rubber component.