Size and fit

These Puma trainers are offered in both genders’ sizing. The pair seem to fit true to size. However, it is recommended for those with wide feet to go an extra half size up. On the other hand, narrow-footed buyers are advised to go a half size down. 

Making use of a slip-on design with a traditional full lace-up closure with thin tongue construction, one can adjust the laces to provide a more customized and secure fit around the foot. 

Puma Cell Phase Style

Featuring an upper that utilizes woven mesh and synthetic overlays, this fresh mix of materials gives a sleek and fresh design to the trainers. Moreover, a valuable suede heel cap adds to the shoe’s support and style. A bold Puma wordmark branding at the tongue and forefoot midsole ensure brand visibility.

Generously sized, the visible sculpted Cell at the heel gives an extra flair to the shoes and makes them a little more eye-catching. The low-top trainers emerge in black, Galaxy Blue, and grey colorways with some pop of colors to the sole. As the pair is trendy on their own, the best get-up to go for is a sporty ensemble. Any piece of gym clothing goes well with these Pumas. 

Notable Features

With a woven upper made from breathable mesh, it lends ventilation for superior airflow and breathability. The SoftFoam+ padded insole provides optimal comfort. Additionally, the lightweight EVA midsole softens and stabilizes each step, providing relaxed cushioning. 

The striking midsole also features the large 10CELL pod in the heel that provides an all-day bounce and stable cushioning plus a pop of color to the shoes. At the bottom, the durable rubber outsole delivers maximum traction and control through movements.   

Puma Cell Phase History

An ever-prevalent brand that was born from the split of the Dassler brothers in 1948, Puma has become one of the world's leading influences in competitive sport and delivers the unexpected in sport-lifestyle footwear, apparel, and accessories, through technical innovation and revolutionary design. As one of the leading sports brands in the world, for the last 65 years, PUMA has made a name for itself by designing innovative sports products and athletic sneakers to the fastest athletes in the world.

Recently, Puma has spent months adding their renovated CELL cushioning to a variety of new silhouettes. The CELL Phase, a low-profile training shoe, is given an update and emerged in several cool colorways with plenty of soft cushioning in the heel. The return of Puma’s 90s visible running tech, the CELL technology, has helped return some energy to the brand in recent years, along with a number of other factors. However, the refurbished 90s midsole innovation has paved the way for a wave of new silhouettes from the German sportswear giant's spanning a variety of categories, like the CELL Phase, built for training. 

Nice to know

  • Suede overlays and a synthetic leather Formstrip help provide sturdy support for the legs. 
  • The pull-tabs at the shoe’s heel and tongue are made for easy on and off.
  • Also, the Cell Phase features a removable insole with anti-microbial properties.


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