Verdict from +100 user reviews

5 reasons to buy

  • The Puma RS-X3 sneaker is very comfortable; the majority of buyers have attested. 
  • Most reviewers love the retro and futuristic style of this sneaker from the Puma RS collection.
  • This sneaker is made with premium materials, many wearers have observed.
  • A handful of respondents highly recommend this sneaker from Puma.
  • The brand offers the Puma RS-X3 in fashionable and striking colorways.

1 reasons not to buy

  • For a couple of dissatisfied users, the Puma RS-X3 shoe is a bit tight on the forefoot.

Bottom line

The RS-X3 is another attempt of Puma to take its RS cushioning into another level. It flaunts multilayered materials and colors on the upper, creating a more striking and modern sneaker style. Meanwhile, its comfort and durability are other aspects many buyers have praised. 

With its premium construction and remarkable comfort with a price range that is budget-friendly, this shoe is worth adding to any sneaker collection.

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The low-top Puma RS-X3 is available in men's and women's' size ranges. Just like the majority of sneakers with the lacing system, this model uses cotton laces that can be adjusted according to the preference of its wearers. Puma inserted this kick with a removable insole to provide added comfort to its wearers. The RS cushioning found on the midsole, meanwhile, delivers better impact protection.

The Puma RS-X3 for men and women flaunts a chunky profile, suitable to be added in the dad sneakers lineup. The retro look of this model is enhanced by its multilayered upper seated on top of a chunky sole. 

To make it bolder, Puma offers this model in various color combinations. The most popular hues of Puma RS-X3 are glacier grey, black, red, and tan/burgundy/blue. The retro look of Puma RS-X3 looks great on feet when paired with a sporty casual ensemble, such as a tracksuit, jogger and sweatshirts, and yoga pants for the ladies. This sneaker also looks great when matched up with khakis and polo shirts to add an athletic vibe to any attire.

What makes the Puma RS-X3 standout is its multicolored upper that is made of multilayered materials. The bold lines on the upper and recognizable color combination enhance the stylish charm while retaining all the silhouette's comfortable elements.

Puma has been persistent in producing quality products aiming to bridge the gap between form and function. Since it was launched 65 years ago, the Jumping Cat brand has been worn by numerous world-class athletes all around the globe.

The Puma Running System technology, dubbed as Puma RS, was unveiled in the 80s. This technology was inserted in the midsole, designed to provide effective shock-absorbing detail. This mechanism also delivers ample support in the strategic areas of the foot. 

Over the years, Puma has launched numerous silhouettes using the RS cushioning technology. From the performance, Puma seamlessly turned this technology into a lifestyle sneaker essential. The brand re-launched several running track iteration and transformed it into casual footwear. 

One of the recent Puma RS iterations is the Puma RS-X3. This model is the revamped version of the Puma RS-X that has been redesigned to make it more appealing. Puma used synthetic and textile materials with the same tooling as its predecessor. In addition to the thick and comfortable midsole, Puma added PU insole to add some in-step comfort.

  • The Puma RS-X3 sneaker has a durable rubber outsole that provides traction. 
  • The RS-X logo is seen stitched on the tongue.
  • Puma inserted ample cushioning on the collar for additional support and comfort.
  • Puma collaborated with Mercedes to release the black/spectra green/white colorway of Puma RS-X3.

Author
Danny McLoughlin
Danny McLoughlin

Danny McLoughlin is a researcher for RunRepeat covering football, sneakers and running. After graduating with a degree in computer science from The University of Strathclyde, Danny makes sure never to miss a game of his beloved Glasgow Rangers or the Scotland national football team. He has been featured in prestigious publications such as The Washington Post, The Irish Times, Footwear News and the like.

daniel@runrepeat.com