Who should buy PUMA CELL Venom
The PUMA Cell Venom sneakers are the ideal choice for women and men who are looking for:
- 90's styling sneakers that have customized fit and great support,
- sneakers that are best worn with jeans, ankle pants, and track pants paired with track jackets, hoodies, loose shirts, and relaxed tops
PUMA’s CELL cushioning technology remains to be the highlight of the 1990’s revival. The CELL Technology is a series of hexagonal cells embedded in the midsole that provided cushioning, especially in the heel area.
Bouncy and responsive
The hexagonal cells made of Thermoplastic polyurethane or TPU cushioning kept running bouncier and responsive while running. Also noticeable in the design is the PUMA CELL Venom’s lacing system, translucent air pods at the back heel, and the rugged outsole that clearly shows that the sneaker was a product of the ‘90s.
History of PUMA CELL Venom
Coming out only in 1998, the PUMA CELL was the latest among the silhouettes given a timely revival by PUMA.
As many ‘90s silhouettes were slowly being given timely makeovers and material upgrades, the German brand searched among its extensive shoe archive and settled for the heritage runner which perfectly depicts 1990s design and aesthetics.
When the PUMA CELL was released, it fully shows the aesthetics of its era, comprised of mesh and suede, striking logo hits, and technology that was introduced during its time.
This technology is called the PUMA Cell cushioning technology. It is a series of hexagonal cells embedded in the midsole that provided vital cushioning, especially in the heel area.
The PUMA CELL Venom shoes’ modern makeover, meanwhile, comes with updated materials and production techniques for a contemporary sneaker that retains its ‘90s aesthetics.
CELL technology remains to be its main catch but this notable feature sits on top of an EVA midsole and rubber outsole. The PUMA CELL Venom sneakers were initially dropped in limited release via the company’s website and select retailers across the globe on December 6, 2018.