Who should buy the PUMA R78
The PUMA R78 is perfect for those who:
Who should not buy it
The PUMA RS-Curve is a good choice if you’re looking for something with a wider fit and more room for your toes. The PUMA RS-X3 is another good option if you’re looking for something that would last longer.
The PUMA R78: An '80s runner with flashy touch-ups
PUMA keeps its running-inspired sneaker lineup updated every so often with fresh, trendy, and comfy selections. One that brings back the 1980s fashion but is treated with modern niceties is the PUMA R78.
Saying that the retro goodness of the PUMA R87 was well-received is an understatement. Its style was on-point, being described as “fashionable and sharp-looking” and “timelessly chic.” Its aesthetic looked so good that it left one fan “absolutely over the moon.”
The PUMA R78’s colors are everything
One fan describes the shoe as a “colorful and tasty” sporty shoe. This echoed the sentiment of other reviewers who saw its vibrant colors as the main highlight of the shoe. They have been described to be beautiful, “funky AF,” as well as “super fun and eye-catching.”
These vivid colors have put the shoe in a good position to catch eyes, successfully scoring compliments for many of its wearers.
The PUMA R78’s comfort is a dream come true
Testers love how comfy the shoe feels on foot. One reviewer mentions that it has “soft foam for the soul,” which made wearers’ experience with the sneaker all the more worthwhile. Its foam was cited as the reason why the shoe is so exceptional, leaving the feet of several people tireless.
Its insole was also seen to be thick, while its padding was praised to be great. In addition, one reviewer even mentioned that the shoe “can even be worn without a sock,” because of the way it was designed.
The PUMA R78 makes for the most pleasant walks
One enthusiastic fan of the shoe raved about how the shoe was made for walking, talking about how “comfort is king” and “shock absorption is paramount” with this sneaker on.
In addition to cushioning and padding, reviewers state that it has an “excellent arch” while being a stable shoe. Its light weight and overall comfortable construction have even led it to be called “a sports shoe to fall in love with.”
The PUMA R78 gets you there without breaking the bank
The PUMA Anzarun retails at $60, even lower than the average price of sporty low-top PUMA sneakers at $85. This price was praised for the sneaker, exceeding the expectations of one of the people who got a pair.
The PUMA R78 is too thin
Lots of reviewers found the shoe way too narrow on the sides. In addition, the sneaker’s pointy tip also leaves the toebox too cramped for several types of feet.
The PUMA R78 gets doubts about its durability
A few people who got a pair experienced problems with its longevity, including:
- The Softfoam dissolving after a few months of use, leaving the shoe uncomfortable
- A hole forming on the fabric on top of the toe area
- The sole separating from the front of the shoe.