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The women’s sneakers Puma Aeon Heritage is a breathable pair with its perforated vamp. It has a padded collar that makes it comfortable to wear and a lace closure for a snug fit.

The Puma Aeon Heritage Style combines a classic upper of synthetic leather with suede and terry overlays and a 90s-style chunky midsole. Puma formstrip in contrasting and trendy colors appear on the lateral and medial sides. It has a lightweight IMEVA midsole that provides lasting comfort and a rubber outsole for grip. It brings the best of Puma’s heritage into a modern and versatile lifestyle sneaker you can wear for fashion and function.

The Puma Aeon Heritage is inspired by the Puma archive of old school basketball and court ready shoes. It’s a fusion of a basketball court-inspired vamp and an elevated collar. The upper is made of a synthetic leather base and suede and terry overlays. A pop of color in the Puma formstrip appears on the medial and lateral sides. The heel and tongue patch match colors with the formstrip and bear the metallic Puma cat logo. It has a flat lace closure that ensures a snug fit. 

It features a slim IMEVA midsole that’s light and keeps the sneaker cushioned and comfortable when worn. The rubber outsole is durable and provides good grip and traction. The padded collar adds comfort and the perforated vamp allows the pair to be airy and breathable.

As one of the leading sports brands for over 65 years, Puma has been designing, developing, selling, and marketing footwear, apparel, and accessories for athletes all around the globe. It has an image of making fast product designs for the fastest athletes staying true to their tagline of “Forever Fastest.” Constantly creating and innovating timeless, high-performance, and sport-inspired lifestyle products, the brand has been one of the promptest in engineering technologies.


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