Who should buy the PUMA Astro Cup Leather

Consider having a pair of the PUMA Astro Cup Leather if:

  • You are searching for a pair with a premium cushioning that is offered by the new comfort foam inner sock
  • You are considering durability as this has a rubber outsole delivers superb traction and support

PUMA Astro Cup Leather logo

Size and fit

The PUMA Astro Cup Leather men’s shoes have a leather upper that provides the wearer with a durable and dependable feel. It also has a lacing system that keeps the fit tight. The low-cut collar ensures that the ankle can move freely.

PUMA Astro Cup Leather upper

PUMA Astro Cup Leather Style

A part of the PUMA Classics collection, the low-top PUMA Astro Cup Leather sneaker was released in two colorways: PUMA white/Puma white and PUMA black/Puma black. Similar to the PUMA Astro Cup Suede, this model’s monochrome options offer a neat and simple appeal that won’t go wrong with everyday casual outfits. Their classic vibe can also be dressed up or down as needed.

PUMA Astro Cup Leather low top

Shorts and jeans can match the shoe’s laidback flair, ideal for hanging out or walking around. Meanwhile, pants and chinos can be worn with the kicks for more formal occasions. The sneaker also has a sports-inspired design that will go well with athleisure clothes, such as joggers, track pants, and sweatshirts.

Leather upper of Astro Cup Leather

The leather upper of the Astro Cup Leather from PUMA features a simple and sports-inspired style. It has a T-toe design and an intricate midsole that add sophisticated detailing to the sneaker. The flat laces enhance the sporty theme, while the stitching offers a preppy touch.

PUMA Astro Cup Leather midsole

On the sides is the PUMA Formstrip, along with golden PUMA branding on the tongue and near the laces. The PUMA Cat is also present on the heel near the collar, while the PUMA name logo is embossed on the heel tab. Lastly, the rounded toe and padded collar complete the model’s retro and timeless appeal.

PUMA Astro Cup Leather logo on heel

PUMA Astro Cup Leather History

PUMA was launched in 1948 by Rudolf Dassler in Herzogenaurach, Germany. He was the brother of Adidas founder Adi Dassler, with whom he had a bitter rivalry that lasted throughout both of their lives. Initially named Ruda, the company was renamed into PUMA after the large American wild cat.

PUMA Astro Cup Leather logo on tongue

The company’s earliest logo was a square and an animal jumping through the letter “D” for Dassler. Today, PUMA’s Leaping Cat logo is highly recognizable around the world, signifying quality and performance.

PUMA Astro Cup Leather lace

From the start, PUMA was recognized as an innovative brand that combined retro designs with modern technologies. Its styles were simple, functional, and practical, retaining a classic appeal that makes them trendy across many years. For its line of lifestyle PUMA sneakers, the brand is known for taking inspiration from various sports.

PUMA Astro Cup Leather toe box

Among the brand’s modern kicks are the PUMA Astro Cup Leather trainers. They are the follow-up to the popular Astro Cup Suede, updating the silhouette with new materials and a sleeker profile. Additionally, the shoe features rubber tooling for an optimal grip, while at the same time offering visual appeal with its rich textures.

PUMA Astro Cup Leather outsole

This model is one of PUMA’s soccer-inspired sneakers. It features a soft leather upper that showcases a T-toe design, achieving a timeless flair. The simple and classic vibe makes the shoe a neat yet dressy soccer trainer that can be worn across many lifestyle activities. With their sporty yet subtle style, the PUMA men's Astro Cup Leather sneakers are as versatile as they are minimalistic.

Facts / Specs

Style: Retro
Top: Low
Inspired from: Football
Collection: PUMA Classics
Closure: Laces
Material: Leather, Rubber Sole
Colorways: Black / White

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Danny McLoughlin
Danny McLoughlin

Danny is a sports nut with a particular interest in football and running. He loves to watch sports as much as he loves to play. Danny was lead researcher on RunRepeat and The PFA’s report into Racial Bias in Football Commentary. His football and running research has been featured in The Guardian, BBC, New York Times and Washington Post.