Size and fit

The Puma RS-0 Play is a comfy shoe that feels great to wear. It has a lace-up system which helps in keeping the wearer’s foot in place with the option to adjust the fit to a more appropriate one, depending on the wearer’s preference. The low top comes in both men and women’s sizes.

Puma RS-0 Play Style

It’s interesting to take note that when it comes to the Puma RS-0 Play, the color scheme reigns supreme here. With the available choices, this low top guarantees that there is a style and a color for everyone. Interested buyers can choose from a white Puma RS-0 Play, a black one, a grey one, or a pink colored one. Of course, the sneaker is accented with pops of colors that give it personality and a spirit of its own.

As for styling and what outfits to pair, the Puma RS-0 Play low top goes well with the skinny jeans and plain top pairing. Since the sneakers themselves are so colorful and eye-catching, its best to wear clothes that make the Puma RS-0 Play stand out. Joggers and shorts are also a safe bet with the sneakers. It’s a casual shoe meant to be worn with casual pieces of clothing.

Notable Features

The nostalgic yet futuristic appeal of the RS-0 Play, inspired by 1989s video games, makes it a future-retro must have. It sports Puma's IMEVA midsole which makes it lightweight and very comfy when worn. Meanwhile, Puma's Running System is all about cushioning technology that has been reinvented for a more fantastic experience in the shoes.

Puma RS-0 Play History

Functioning through amazing innovations, footwear brand Puma has surprised and surpassed the expectations of everyone by becoming a brand to be reckoned with in the sneaker market. Founded in 1948, Puma’s humble beginnings can be traced all the way back to the 1920s when the Dassler brothers started a footwear company Gebrüder Dassler Schuhfabrik in Germany. The company’s spiked shoes hurled it forward to success, recognition coming in at the 1928 Olympic Summer Games where many athletes won medals and also broke records while wearing Dassler shoes.

Despite the success, a rift happened between the Dassler brothers that prompted one of them to leave. Rudolf Dassler left on bad terms with his brother and decided to open his own footwear company. And so, Puma Schuhfabrik Rudolf Dassler, or as what we all know as Puma today, was born. The company started out with soccer cleats like the Atom but this wasn’t enough for Rudolf, and he went on to create the Super Atom, soccer cleats that had screw-in studs, a first ever in the world. Here, in the world of soccer, Puma made a mark, but it didn’t stop the brand from growing. It went on to dominate in other sports such a tennis, basketball, track and field, and more.

The innovation that Puma has imbued into the shoe it releases has become one of the reasons why athletes can achieve wins when wearing Puma shoes, with performance being significantly enhanced. Of course, throughout all this, Puma still pays tribute to its heritage and history. Lately, it has been taking inspiration from past models and tweaking it to come off modern, current, and appealing. For 2018, Puma takes a step back to give something new to a little old. The Puma RS-0 Play sees the introduction of the RS (Running System) design. Puma’s RS technology which was revealed to the public in the 1980s is all about delivering high-quality performance.

With the Puma RS-0 Play, the brand takes inspiration from 80s video games and arcades to breathe life into this sneaker, with excellent color pops and translucent details sending waves of nostalgia. The Puma RS-0 Play takes memorable games and instills it into this sneaker, classics such as Tetris, Pac-Man, and Super Mario Bros.

Additional Info

  • There are multiple colorway options for the RS-0 Play.
  • The rubber outsole provides excellent traction.
  • The upper is made of textile.
  • One can find translucent details on the low top.


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Danny McLoughlin

Danny is a sports nut with a particular interest in football and running. He loves to watch sports as much as he loves to play. Danny was lead researcher on RunRepeat and The PFA’s report into Racial Bias in Football Commentary. His football and running research has been featured in The Guardian, BBC, New York Times and Washington Post.