Verdict from 16 user reviews

7 reasons to buy

  • The Puma Basket Platform Luxe has a cute design that has impressed many customers.
  • Plenty of reviewers have shared that this addition to the Puma Basket Platform sneakers delivers on-feet comfort. 
  • Like other Puma shoes, this kick can stylishly complete a variety of casual outfits.
  • A couple of users have claimed that the low-top Puma Basket Platform LX provides arch support.
  • Like the Puma Basket Platform, this iteration provides height elevation that is appreciated by some wearers. 
  • It is available in beautiful and metallic colorways.
  • The Puma Basket Platform Luxe is up for grabs at a reasonable price tag.

2 reasons not to buy

  • A few reviewers say that it fits wide.
  • The Puma Basket Platform Luxe weights a little heavy, as per a few.

Bottom line

The Puma Basket has been reinterpreted countless times, resulting in numerous iterations like the Puma Basket Platform Luxe. With an elevated midsole, it provides a sporty vibe with a more feminine touch. It has a metallic upper with metallic laces exudes sophisticated style. 

The shoe also offers underfoot cushioning. Aesthetic beauty and comfort can be found at an affordable sneaker such as this.

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Good to know

The Puma Basket Platform Luxe is exclusively released in women’s sizing. Men can still cop a pair by sizing 1.5 up. It is a low-top sneaker that allows adequate ankle mobility. For a custom fit, a traditional lacing system is installed. 

This lifestyle sneaker has an EVA footbed for underfoot cushioning. Both the tongue and ankle collar are sufficiently padded for additional all-day comfort.

Literally, elevate your height as you level up your style with the low-top Puma Basket Platform LX. Designed to fit the female’s foot, it has a metallic foil leather upper complemented with metallic laces that gives a cute and stylish design.

With a round toe silhouette, the upper is accented with the iconic Puma Formstrip on the lateral and medial sides. Puma Basket callout is debossed at the lateral side while the Puma Cat icon is debossed at the heel area.

This lifestyle sneaker has a platform midsole with stitching detailing. It is available in colorways like:

  • Quiet Shade/ Quiet Shade
  • Ermine/ Ermine

Also, depending on the colorway, this shoe can have a durable rubber or gum outsole that provides a reliable grip.

Boost your style with the Puma Basket Platform Luxe. It features a platform midsole that literally increases one's height as well as grants a sophisticated style for women. Also, it highlights a leather upper with metallic foil treatment and complementing laces that can stand out among the crowd.

The Puma Basket Classic was initially launched in 1968. At that time, it was released as the leather counterpart of the iconic Clyde shoe. Originally, this shoe was created to use inside the basketball court.

But as time passed by, it emerged into a lifestyle sneaker that is loved by different generations. In fact, it was reinvented and reissued several times in different materials, colorways, and styles. Injecting a platform or elevated midsole to the Basket silhouette is one of the awesome styles ever imagined. 

This imagination gave birth to the Puma Basket Platform shoe. It has a minimalist leather upper that sits atop a thick sole. But it did not stop there. Several other iterations draw inspiration from the elevated midsole. One of which is the Puma Basket Platform Luxe. 

Inspired by the 1990s grunge movement, the low-top Basket Platform LX boasts a shining and dazzling leather upper. It received a metallic foil treatment that can turn heads around. Whether for strolling in the mall or partying, it offers a stylish look and on feet comfort that users can enjoy.

  • The Puma Basket Platform Luxe has a midsole that measures about an inch and a heel height of 1.5 inches.
  • It has a supple shoe lining made of leather material for a next-to-skin feel.

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.