Puma Hybrid NX Ozone: Turning the world into your running arena

Infusing street-style with technology, the Puma Hybrid NX Ozone is a game-changing shoe that delivers all the comfort and performance that you crave. If offers a blend of cushioning and energy return that fires up your willpower to run everywhere you go. 

Who is it for? This neutral running shoe is suitable for athletes with neutral gaits or normal running pattern. It may also work for mild pronators (when the foot mildly rolls inward) or supinators (when the bodyweight rolls onto the outside for the foot).

What is it for? The Hybrid NX Ozone is a road shoe that is designed for running on fields, tracks, and pavements. Its responsive and cushioned platform is ideal for short-distance sprints and long-distance runs. 

The sustainable feature of the Puma Hybrid NX Ozone

The upper unit of this Puma running shoe is partially made of plastic bottles, which came from local communities. The utilization of recycled materials did not only create positive social impacts but also helped generate sustainable jobs. 

Puma Hybrid NX Ozone vs Puma Hybrid NX

The Puma Hybrid NX Ozone is a special version shoe of the Puma Hybrid NX model. Here are some of the differences between each shoe. 

  • The new rubber wrap at the heel of Hybrid NX Ozone provides torsional rigidity.
  • The updated outsole pattern of the special edition shoe creates a smoother transition compared to the Hybrid NX.
  • The improved upper design gives a better fit and more contemporary design than the parent model.


How Puma Hybrid NX Ozone ranks compared to all other shoes
Top 28% road running shoes
All road running shoes
Top 17% Puma running shoes
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Top 26% neutral running shoes
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