Who should buy the Puma Speed Sutamina

The Puma Speed Sutamina might benefit you if:

  • You are looking for a running shoe with the ability to propel you forward and increase speed. 
  • You prefer a shoe that helps maintain a fresh and healthy foot environment through its ventilation. 

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Notable features

Since the Puma Speed Sutamina is all about pronounced support, 3D TPU overlays are welded to the upper. These hold the foot securely in place as it executes various motions. 

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The ProFoam midsole is also engineered into the running shoe. It maintains a featherlight composition while maximizing the cushioning and responsiveness of the platform. 

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Intended to up the acceleration of the racer, Proplate is added into the forefoot. This enhances the forward motion of the user during the toe-off phase.

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Size and fit

The Speed Sutamina from Puma is configured using the standard sizing measurements for both men and women. Thus, customers can get the Puma running shoe following their usual size preference. 

Securing the reliable fit of the Puma Speed Sutamina is the mesh upper, permitting a breathable wrap around the foot. Meanwhile, 3D-printed TPU overlays are fused to the upper, enhancing the fit of the shoe by adding support and structural reinforcement.

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Speed-boosting outsole

Serving as the outsole feature of the Speed Sutamina is the Puma Speedtraction outsole. It consists of a blown rubber compound that utilizes minimal bulk for a barely-there sensation. Despite its lightness, the outsole technology does not compromise traction and sturdiness. Given its properties, the outsole innovation geared to the lightweight running shoe supplies a smooth toe-off and added underfoot cushioning.

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To live up to its promise of boosting the speed of the runner, Proplate is added to the forefoot of the neutral shoe. It employs a good blend of rigidity and lightness for optimal propulsion.

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The Puma Speed Sutamina's midsole

As mentioned, the midsole compartment of the neutral running shoe is constituted by the brand's ProFoam technology. It is made of a reactive EVA foam that increases the rebounding attribute of the shoe. It also complies with the featherlight engineering of the running shoe as it has minimal bulk. This prevents drag from occurring for unmatched acceleration. Moreover, it protects the foot from any strain by evenly distributing the energy gathered during impact throughout the foot.

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Ventilated upper unit

Just like the Mizuno Wave Creation 20 and Nike Free RN 5.0, the Puma Speed Sutamina sports a mesh upper. The textile is recognized for its ability to wick away moisture, keeping the foot dry and odor-free. Moreover, the perforations incorporated into the material also increase the airflow within the foot chamber which encourages a cool and fresh in-shoe sensation. Cohering to the lightness of the running shoe, the upper fabric employs minimal weight while optimizing lockdown and security. 

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To supplement the mesh upper of the shoe, 3D TPU overlays are welded. These heighten the structural integrity of the shoe and hold the foot securely in place.

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Facts / Specs

Terrain: Road
Weight: Men 249g / Women 240g
Drop: 12mm
Arch support: Neutral
Pronation: Neutral Pronation / Supination / Underpronation
Arch type: High arch

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