Who should buy the Puma Ignite EvoKNIT

You will love Puma Ignite EvoKNIT if you want a very stylish, neutral all-around shoe.

Puma Ignite EvoKNIT logo

Optimal flexibility with Ignite EvoKNIT 

The outsole of the Puma Ignite EvoKNIT uses a large number of flex grooves all over the shoe for optimal flexibility for such a well-cushioned shoe. Besides the numerous horizontal flex grooves, there is also a huge vertical flex groove that spans the length of the outsole.

Puma Ignite EvoKNIT mid outsole

The transition from heel to take-off is enhanced by the presence of this vertical flex groove. There is EverTrack, which is in color black in this shoe is utilized in high-wear areas for durability. Softer blown rubber is found in some of the areas for traction and a little bit of cushioning.

Puma Ignite EvoKNIT front outsole

Enhanced efficiency with Puma's midsole

Puma’s brand-exclusive Ignite foam stretches across the entire midsole. It is of sufficient cushioning, durability, and responsiveness. The full-length design of the midsole gives more efficiency for the runner during the gait cycle.

Puma Ignite EvoKNIT rear midsole

Puma’s innovative EvoKNIT

The totally seamless upper is mostly covered by Puma’s innovative EvoKNIT material. It has a sock-like fit that is luxurious in feel and comfort all the way to the collar. The upper is one-piece and quite stretchy that it can accommodate a variety of foot shapes. For structure and support.

Puma Ignite EvoKNIT side upper

The Ignite EvoKNIT uses an external heel counter and an ankle strap. At the back of the collar is a heel loop for convenience.

Puma Ignite EvoKNIT ankle support

Facts / Specs

Terrain: Road
Weight: Men 337g / Women 286g
Drop: 12mm
Arch support: Neutral
Collection: Puma Ignite
Pronation: Neutral Pronation / Supination / Underpronation
Arch type: High arch

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