Verdict from 8 user reviews

6 reasons to buy

  • The shoes come in easy-to-match white, black, and gray colorways, among others.
  • A reviewer loved the fact that this model easily goes with almost anything in her wardrobe, from dresses and skirts to shorts and jeans.
  • The Puma Basket Reset is very light at only ten ounces.
  • There was also a prominent mention about how comfortable the Puma Basket Reset shoes are.
  • Some reviewers loved the style of this shoe, with one enthusiastically describing it as ‘cool.’
  • The Puma Basket Reset is quite affordable at less than $90.

3 reasons not to buy

  • There were quite a few mentions of how the shoes’ glittery appearance made adult wearers look juvenile.
  • Many reviewers give the Basket Reset an average rating.
  • A reviewer pointed out that this shoe is not really true to size.

Bottom line

The Puma Basket Reset is a highly affordable option that will endear itself to wearers. The ladies will love how the monochromatic and sleek appearance of this shoe make it easy for them to look for clothes that match. The adjustable fit and textile lining will work together to provide the comfort that matters most to many.

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This Basket Reset from the Jumping Cat label comes in a standard width. The ladies can choose their best fit from the sizes 5.5 to 11. Minor issues with fit is easily addressed by the use of this model’s built-in lacing system.

With its sleek and classic look, the Puma Basket Reset is a shoe that will be a good addition to every woman’s closet collection. The model is an easy-to-match item because of its neutral colorways. If a total stand-out appeal is what’s desired, the shoes’ metallic shine and mesh overlay give just that.

The large open holes in the mesh are both eye-catching and functional. Puma used the mesh to create a streamlined and simple style that is easy on the eye. With a metallic shine, the Basket Reset is certainly an attractive pair to have. The shoe’s ventilation is out of the question as air can freely move in and out with this type of upper construction.

Originally released in 1971 by Puma, the classic Basket was meant to be the smooth leather counterpart of the iconic Suede. The Basket even took after the Suede’s sleek and classy silhouette.

The 1971 model has basketball at its core, but its appearance drew a crowd from an unanticipated source: the hip-hop world and culture. Since this culture had, and still continues to have, a stronghold on everyday street people, the Basket’s popularity grew quickly. Before long, the Puma Basket already secured a spot for itself in the Trainer Hall of Fame. Today, it is revered as an icon that deserves every revival that it’s getting.

The current version, the Puma Basket Reset, retains the sleek silhouette that makes it a true classic. The undeniable update will be its use of a metallic synthetic upper that is artfully covered by a mesh overlay.

  • The Puma Basket Reset’s tongue and collar are padded to ensure next-to-skin protection and comfort.
  • This shoe model features a lightly cushioned footbed for effective shock absorption.
  • For skin protection and comfort, the Puma Basket Reset has synthetic and textile linings.
  • The Puma Formstrip that can be found on both sides of each shoe is made of suede.
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.