Verdict from +100 user reviews

8 reasons to buy

  • Most reviewers consider the Puma X-Ray as a very comfortable sneaker. 
  • Just like the other Puma dad sneakers, most buyers love this pair's retro chunky style.
  • Some users cite that they enjoy the soft cushioning inserted on the Puma X-Ray.
  • Puma offers this in striking colorways.
  • Several respondents have vouched that this sneaker is crafted with premium materials.
  • Numerous buyers highly recommend this footwear.
  • With this pair's fashionable appeal, many are surprised that this kick is included in Puma cheap sneakers.
  • This sneaker fits true to size.

1 reasons not to buy

  • A disappointed buyer shares that he finds the Puma X-Ray a bit narrow as compared to his other Puma sneakers.

Bottom line

Displaying a retro-style look, Puma launched the X-Ray to satisfy their vintage enthusiasts followers. It has a chunky style with oversized elements that creates a fashion statement. The wavy overlays, thick midsole, and striking color combinations can seamlessly enhance any casual attire. 

Also, this sneaker is outfitted with Puma's best technologies to provide plush comfort and durability. With an easy on the pocket price, owning these kicks is considered a steal.

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Good to know

The low-top Puma X-Ray sneaker is unisex footwear presented in men's size range. Puma used elastic laces and hook and loop strap closure system to secure the feet. Meanwhile, this sneaker was inserted with a lightly padded footbed that can be inserted with the removable SoftFoam+ sockliner for instant step-in and lasting comfort with every step. Also, the IMEVA, the technology Puma added on the midsole, delivers a lightweight and comfortable feel to its wearers.

This running-inspired sneaker features a stylish look that can be easily paired up with casual attire. The upper of Puma X-Ray for men and women is made of mixed materials that display retro features that can join the dad sneakers trend. The breathable mesh upper is added with wavy suede and leather overlays. The midsole, meanwhile, is sculpted, creating a classic look with modern style.

Puma offers this in various hues, such as black/grey, blue/white/red, white/black, white, Puma black/dark shadow, and Puma black/dark denim/glacier gray/classic green. To style this, the Puma X-Ray looks fashionable on feet when paired with any laidback attire such as tattered jeans, shorts, or skinnies that look certainly fashionable with this sneaker.

The Puma X-Ray shoes flaunt a dad sneaker silhouette, making this a remarkable piece in today's casual fashion. The future-retro charm has a thick sole made with injected EVA seated on top of rubber outsole, which was stirred from a classic Puma shoe was reworked to create an all-new up-to-date version.

Puma has started manufacturing footwear since 1948. It was founded by Rudolf Dassler, the brother of Adi Dassler, the owner of the equally famous brand Adidas. Puma developed the first in the world soccer cleats with screw-in studs. This event allowed the brand to create a name in the sports domain by designing footwear and several other merchandises.

Since then, the company has been nonstop in creating masterpieces footwear, clothes, gears, and accessories. The brand's goal is to improve all its wearer's performance on and off the athletic fields. Years went by, because of the quality and style of Puma kicks, their brand slowly started to traverse into the colorful world of street fashion. 

One of the latest iterations in the Puma Lifestyle offering is the Puma X-Ray. This running-inspired sneaker has a chunky profile with a jazzy future-retro vibe. It is made with mixed materials on the upper with noticeable details on the sole.

  • The Puma X-Ray sneakers are made of durable and flexible rubber outsole to deliver sufficient and lasting traction on any surfaces.
  • The pull tab found on the heel helps in slipping this sneaker on and off easily.
  • The sneaker for men and women Puma X-Ray displays the Puma Formstrip on the lateral side.
  • Puma branding is stitched on the tongue while the Jumping Cat logo is found woven on the heel.
  • It has a bumper toe to add protection and durability to the sneaker.

Author
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.

daniel@runrepeat.com