Verdict from 100+ user reviews

6 reasons to buy

  • According to several wearers, the Puma Storm.y are super comfortable on feet. 
  • These Puma trainers are super cute and fashionable shoes, as per a handful of reviews. 
  • A good number of users love the fresh colors of the pair. 
  • Plenty of owners have mentioned that this chunky shoe is not too bulky and makes for a bouncy step.
  • They are an incredibly spacious pair, others have noted.  
  • The Storm.y is very affordable for its quality, as commented by numerous customers

1 reason not to buy

  • A couple of purchasers have claimed that the shoes are not the same color as the advertised pictures. 

Bottom line

Sporty, eye-catching, and absolutely hip, the Puma Storm.y merges with the Puma Storm silhouette with its genuine sporting performance and feminine touches. Featuring sporty vibes and supple materials, these sneakers definitely make a statement.

In spite of some minor cons, these chunky trainers are not only comfortable but also exude with fashion-forward styling. More importantly, the Storm.y is also highly-functional and dynamic, making it an overall excellent sneaker. 

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Good to know

The Puma Storm.y is offered in women’s sizing only. As these shoes fit true to size, one is recommended to go their normal size. 

These chunky sneakers come with a traditional lace-up fastening, letting one adjust the shoes to a more secure and preferred fit. 

Created with a chunky silhouette and low-profile design, the all-new Storm.y combines fashion trends with the iconic Puma style DNA and sport cues. This sports-inspired sneaker is made with a textile and faux leather upper and some fashion-forward paneling with a mixture of these materials. It has feminine features such as an arched platform midsole and the naturally curvy design. 

Taking disruptive multi-colored hues, the ‘90s-inspired color that splashes throughout the shoes make them look a little retro. There is an array of colors that are available which are in black/white/grey/violet/pink, white/gray violet, white/green/pink/yellow, meadowlark/white, and some other. The Storm.y is a very fashionable sneaker but still exudes that casual vibe. This sneaker fits perfectly with any outfit in one’s wardrobe. One can pair them with jeans, jogger pants, leggings, or shorts. As for the top, basic shirts, tank tops, or any top that one is comfortable with are good to match with these sneakers. 

Featuring an EVA midsole with a chunk-wedge silhouette, it provides for a lightweight and comfortable feel. Furthermore, the padded tongue and collar guarantee all-day comfort.

In addition, double stitching is done throughout the shoes for durability. With a sculpted, cloud-like rubber outsole, this delivers better grip and traction and is also abrasion-resistant.  

Founded in 1948 by Rudolph Dassler as a shoe brand to meet the market’s demands, Puma has progressively grown to become a force to be reckoned with. The past decades have witnessed the label expand from performance footwear to activewear and contemporary designs, all the while staying true to their origins. Collaborations with the hottest celebrities, creative artists, and fierce athletes have greatly contributed to the brand’s popularity, cementing their place in the industry.

Mixing the world of sports and lifestyle, Puma’s innovative products successfully fuse the creative influences from the world of sport, fashion, and pop culture. Puma also recreates their classic shoes from their archives. Just like the Puma Storm.y which takes inspiration from the Storm silhouette. Blending fashion and performance, this chunky silhouette of the Storm.y sneaker is created by forces of a fashionable nature that combines fashion trends with iconic puma design DNA and sport cues and a mixture of premium materials, making the pair a dynamic and trend-lead sporty chunky sneaker.

  • Puma logo detailing and branding are found throughout the sneakers.
  • The Puma Storm.y is part of the brand’s Fall and Winter 2019 Collection. 


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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.