Profile of the Puma Evospeed Sprint 10
Use - The Puma Evospeed Sprint 10 is a powerful and versatile running spike. It can accommodate running events such as sprints and hurdles.
Spike Type - There are eight changeable pyramid pins affixed to the plate of the sprint shoe. These are ¼ inch in length for featherlight, aggressive traction. These are placed on the forefoot for a propulsive running experience.
Spike Plate - A ¾ length Pebax plate is furnished to the track shoe. This permits versatile traction and powerful strides, delivering great propulsion.
Light and responsive spike plate
Made out of thermoplastic polymer, a ¾ length Pebax plate is added to the outsole. The plate presents some cut-outs to prevent wasted weight. With such composition, drag is disabled, which maximizes the sprinter’s pace.
For added durability and grip, a sharkskin heel is incorporated. It also employs minimal weight, cohering to the lightweight configuration of the running shoe.
Just enough cushioning for rebound
The midsole compartment of the Evospeed Sprint 10 is made out of compression-molded EVA (CMEVA). This technology allows for responsive and durable cushioning to the underfoot.
Laid above the CMEVA midsole is a full-length EVA sockliner. This footbed provides comfort to the foot while enabling high-strength properties.
Flaunting the same upper engineering as its predecessor, the Puma Evospeed Sprint 10 is still made with synthetic leather. This material allows for a snug wrap around the foot as it conforms to its natural shape and contours. It also keeps weight at a minimum.
For a customizable fit, a traditional lacing system is implemented on the upper. It prevents unwanted shoe removal in the middle of training or competition.
Lastly, the curved and tapered lasting permits a powerful running performance. It helps optimize the speed and momentum of the sprinter.