Notable features from the PUMA Evospeed Sprint 9 

PUMA Evospeed Sprint 9 PUMA sprint shoe

Spike Type - It uses eight changeable Pyramid spike pins that are strategically placed for maximum traction and propulsion.

Spike Plate - The shoe features a Pebax spike plate that is not only flexible but very robust, being able to handle extreme traction during races.

PUMA Evospeed Sprint 9 traction

Evospeed Sprint 9 vs. 8

The PUMA Evospeed Sprint 9's synthetic upper has now been designed into a torpedo shape making it more aerodynamic.

PUMA Evospeed Sprint 9 lockdown

The seamless one-piece upper has also been further improved so that it is softer as it hugs the foot, locking it in place for optimum support. 

The Evospeed Sprint 9's colors have also been engineered explicitly for flashes of speed. With an eye-catching, iridescent finish for enhanced visibility on the track.

PUMA Evospeed Sprint 9 lacing system

It is not only aesthetically pleasing to look at, but it also performs just as great.

The shoe also now features a suede tongue material that ensures comfort for athletes that prefer barefoot usage.

Goodbye slips! 

The shoe's torpedo-shaped upper hugs the wearer’s foot just right while allowing room that is spacious enough for a comfortable fit.

PUMA Evospeed Sprint 9 fit

This track and field shoe from PUMA also uses a lace closure system that additionally customizes the fit of the shoe to the wearer’s preferred comfort.

Latches onto the ground

The PUMA Evospeed Sprint 9 features a Pebax plate outsole. This spike plate holds eight Pyramid spike pins, four surrounding the toes, and four in a line across the ball of the foot.

PUMA Evospeed Sprint 9 grip

The strategically placed pins offer the best grip possible, enabling the athlete to perform faster than ever before. These Pyramid type spike pins are the same spike type used in the popular track shoe, the Adidas Distancestar.

The shoe's outsole is both lightweight and durable, allowing the shoe to take all the wear it can handle. It has also been developed to boost one's agility with its flexible Pebax outsole.

PUMA Evospeed Sprint 9 spikes

With this level of support and protection, any wearer can focus on the competition, knowing they are wearing a reliable pair of PUMA track shoes. 

Perform strain-free with the Evospeed Sprint 9

This ninth edition of the Evospeed Sprint is fitted with a compressed EVA midsole, which offers remarkable cushioning during runs of all distances.

PUMA Evospeed Sprint 9 cushioned midsole

The EVA midsole also helps in providing comfort and reducing the risk of injuries. Reliable stability for the heel area is also guaranteed, which leads to any athlete beating their personal bests during training and competitions.

Form-fitting yet comfortable

The upper material on the PUMA Evospeed Sprint 9 is made of synthetic leather. Its seamless construction is a combination of toughness and durability.

PUMA Evospeed Sprint 9 lacing

It also helps in providing comfort to the wearer's feet, especially to those athletes who like to race sockless. 

The shoe is fitted with a lace-closure system that offers both snug and comfortable fit.

PUMA Evospeed Sprint 9 light upper

Lastly, the iconic PUMA symbolism is showcased on the shoe's tongue and heel. This alone makes any athlete confident that they are racing in a reliable brand of track racing shoes.

Facts / Specs

Weight: Men 201g
Update: PUMA Evospeed Sprint 10
Closure: Lace-up
Event: Running
Features: Removable Spikes
Spike Type: Pyramid

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Zack Dunn
Zack Dunn

I race distances between 800 meters and 10K whether it be on the track, the roads, or on cross country courses. My typical training consists of easy days, long days, workouts (fartleks, tempos, interval training, etc.). My typical training paces range from 7’30 a mile on easy days to sub-5 minutes a mile on fast interval days, and with many paces in between. I run anywhere from 40-60 miles a week. My personal bests are 2:00 for 800m, 4:30 for 1600m, 9:50 for 3200m, 15:57 for 5K, and 34:10 for 10K.