Size and fit

The low-top Puma Court Star NM is a unisex sneaker that is available in men's sizes ranging from 4-14. Women can go 1.5 sizes down to avail of these sneakers as well.

Puma Court Star NM Style

If there's one sport that has been highly linked with fashion, it is tennis. Attached to the preppy and regarded as high fashion, luxury and mass-produced brands, each have their rendition of the ubiquitous tennis sneaker. The Puma Court Star NM is no exception. Highly inspired by what Boris Becker wore during his day, expect that its looks are as clean and crisp as what a standard tennis shoe should be. There's no need to put much effort into styling these as it can constantly match almost any outfit.

Notable Features

One of the most highlighted features for the Puma Court Star NM is its comfort and style versatility. The use of leather upper covered with perforations strategically placed to mimic Puma's logo adds an excellent style accent to the shoe while boosting its breathability.

Puma Court Star NM History

Puma was officially founded in 1948 by Rudolf Dassler. Because its first product, a soccer shoe, gained much success, the brand became reputable for its high-quality performance shoe. One of the most remarkable moments happened shortly after the brand's launch, when Josef Barthel, won the Olympic Gold Medal clad in Puma's.

Over the years, through building its performance footwear legacy, Puma also diversified its products and offered tennis footwear. Just like in soccer, athletes like Boris Becker showed how they favored the brand. At only 17 years old, the tennis player won the Wimbledon wearing, once again, a Puma sneaker. Since then, tennis shoes have been reinvented in different ways and has even transitioned to casual wear. One of the lifestyle reiterations of Puma tennis shoes is the Puma Court Star NM, a leather tennis shoe.

Additional Info

  • The Puma Court Star NM is available in white and black colorways.


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