Verdict from 9.2 hours of research from the internet

6 reasons to buy

  • The Puma TSUGI Jun Pace fits pretty true to size, according to several reviewers.
  • Many reviewers claimed that this Puma shoe is comfortable on foot. Some emphasized that they like how the upper material gives a snug fit.
  • A couple of reviewers took note of this shoe’s exceptional quality.
  • Many purchasers expressed how much they like the overall look of the Puma TSUGI Jun Pace shoes.
  • A few reviewers stated that this shoe is lightweight, which makes it even more comfortable.
  • These men’s Puma sneakers are easy on the budget.

2 reasons not to buy

  • Many reviewers reported that compared to other sneakers, the Puma TSUGI Jun Pace has moderate arch support.
  • Several purchasers mentioned that the laces are basically for added aesthetics. They can be adjusted but not that tight.

Bottom line

Not like most white sneakers on the market, the Puma TSUGI Jun Pace features hints of lime yellow all throughout the upper for a style that draws anyone’s attention to the foot.

Beyond its contemporary silhouette and design is a kind of comfort and convenience that resulted in high ratings and recommendations from purchasers. All thanks to the two-tone fully-knitted upper that hugs the foot, Ignite Foam midsole for maximum energy return, and sufficient reinforcements for support and stability.

User reviews:

The Puma TSUGI Jun Pace is a men’s Puma sneaker with available sizes ranging from US 4 to 13 in D Medium width. Unlike most sneakers, this one features a tongueless, slip-on construction that allows a sock-like fit. The foot is secured by its unique lacing system, while pull tabs are present on the heel and tongue for convenient on and off wearing. For support and stability, the shoe features elastic gore at the heel and lateral leather overlays.

The low-top Puma Tsugi Jun Pace is a kind of Puma sneaker that lays out a contemporary appeal, setting it apart from the classics. Although the design is minimal, its profile and features speak of modern sneaker trends. The unique fastening system, for one, is enough to make a statement. Adding to it is a full knitted upper that gives a sock-like fit.

Not an ordinary pair of Puma sneakers, the TSUGI Jun Pace flaunts several features that make it stand out from the rest. Its fully two-toned knitted upper is equipped with a unique lacing system to the side, ribbed details on the toe vamp, leather reinforcements on the quarter panels, and an elastic goring on the heel.

Though armed with similar features to its core model, the TSUGI Jun, this particular iteration makes an exception as it offers a fresh style and color combination of white and lime green.

In 2017, Puma released a new lifestyle sneaker model inspired by the Japanese architecture – the Puma TSUGI Shinsei. “Tsugi" is a Japanese word that means "more" or "next" while "Shinsei," another Japanese word, translates to "rebirth." Puma teamed up with Kith to help introduce the future of the brand's sneaker design. Three colorways, including a black one, a white colorway, and a Kith-exclusive "Kithstrike” colorway, released on April 14 at Kith Soho, Kith Brooklyn, and online at originally for $110 per pair for the black and white colorways and $120 for the Kithstrike.

Created by Puma designers led by Heiko Desens (Puma Sportstyle Creative Director), the Puma Tsugi Shinsei’s futuristic aesthetic includes features like a knitted upper in a sock-like construction, unique lace closure, and the Puma Ignite Foam cushioning.

A follow-up model to the TSUGI Shinsei released in November 2017, the Puma Tsugi Jun. It utilizes a full evoKnit sock upper, engineered elastic heel reinforcement, additional leather panels on the sides for midfoot support and stability, signature side lacing system, ribbed tooling, and Puma Ignite Foam cushioning. First few pairs of this shoe were made available at the Puma Lab powered by Foot Locker, Shoe Palace, and Puma’s official website for $110 each.

One iteration of the Tsugi Jun is the Puma TSUGI Jun Pace. It boasts similar features to the Tsugi Jun, but its upper is of two-toned knitted textile material. The sock-like cleatie construction is retained, as well as the reinforcements, Ignite midsole, and razor-edged rubber outsole. The Puma TSUGI Jun Pace originally retailed at $130 per pair. One colorway is the Puma TSUGI Jun Pace "Puma White - Pale Lime Yellow."

  • The Puma TSUGI Jun Pace's entirely knitted upper permits a lightweight and breathable comfort that conforms to the foot.
  • Also featured are soft mesh fabric linings for added comfort and foot ventilation.
  • Each pair of this Puma shoe also has Ignite Foam midsole cushioning for maximum energy return.
  • The rubber outsole is durable and supplies excellent traction.
  • The Puma Jumping Cat logo is on the tongue pull tab, while a vast "PUMA" text is placed on the elastic heel goring.
Danny McLoughlin
Danny McLoughlin

Danny McLoughlin is a researcher for RunRepeat covering football, sneakers and running. After graduating with a degree in computer science from The University of Strathclyde, Danny makes sure never to miss a game of his beloved Glasgow Rangers or the Scotland national football team. He has been featured in prestigious publications such as The Washington Post, The Irish Times, Footwear News and the like.