Who should buy the Puma Cell Surin 2 FM
Although labeled as a running shoe on Puma's official website, the Surin 2 FM makes it a suitable choice if:
- Using training shoes casually is something you practice.
- You are limited in budget but are looking for a high-quality gym and cross-training shoe.
Reliable lightweight outsole
The shoe utilizes a rubber material in its external sole unit. It remains lightweight while delivering reliable traction for both gym and urban surfaces. It uses textured pods which are strategically placed to add durability in the high-wear areas.
Durable heel section
In the heel section of the shoe is the 10CELL technology. It is a lightweight yet durable cell-like compound which is designed for impact absorption and a high energy return. It also provides reliable heel cushioning for added comfort and protection.
A Soft Foam Comfort Insert is placed inside the footwear for consistent padding. It is a memory-hybrid foam which not only cushions the entire foot but also prevents the heat and odor from building up inside the shoe. The insert is not removable.
A sturdy TPU shank is added in the midfoot and rear sections of the platform. It helps in controlling the motion of the heel and the arch to prevent overpronation, an excessive inward rolling of the foot.
The upper unit of the Puma Cell Surin 2 FM uses a synthetic leather material with perforations in the forefoot and rearfoot sections. It aims to provide breathable coverage, keeping the foot cool and dry all throughout the workout. It also has a soft lining for enhanced fit and comfort.
Snug lace system
The shoe has a traditional lace-up closure that allows the wearer to make the fit as tight or as loose as desired. It is designed for a snug fit.
Padded heel collar
The moderately padded heel collar and tongue give added comfort by providing the upper parts of the foot some soft cushioning. They also deliver a secure lockdown, keeping the foot in place.
The shoe features the famous Puma No. 1 logo on the lateral side and on the tongue of the shoe. A Puma Formstrip is placed on both sides for structural integrity and added support.