Verdict from +100 user reviews

4 reasons to buy

  • The overwhelming majority of buyers were pleasantly surprised with the shoe’s fit; they marked it as true to size and width.
  • The comfort offered by the Tazon 6 Heather Rip amazed a significant number of purchasers.
  • Many people complimented the appealing style and color options of the trainer.
  • Multiple users considered it reliable footwear for workouts and casual daily wear.

1 reasons not to buy

  • A few people griped about the visible glue stains in the areas where the upper attaches to the sole.

Bottom line

The Puma Tazon 6 Heather Rip was warmly welcomed by most purchasers. They considered the product to be of excellent value due to the comfort it provided for everyday wear and workout sessions. The shoe’s design and colorways also resonated well with many buyers.

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Good to know

  • Ready to hit the gym after work? Puma Tazon 6 Heather Rip has got your back. Based on the well-received Tazon 6 FM from Puma, this workout shoe looks decent enough to pass as casual footwear but also packs technologies to help you throw down at the gym. A heather fabric makes up the upper with synthetic overlays that deliver a secure foothold.
  • The sole unit is equipped with an ethylene-vinyl acetate (EVA) foam technology, which provides lightweight protection against impact. The underside is lined with rubber to heighten durability.

The Puma Tazon 6 Heather Rip caters to the needs of male athletes. It comes in US sizes 7 to 13 and only in a D - Medium width profile. Keeping the fit snug is the lacing system and the plush interior.

Protecting the bottom of the Puma Tazon 6 Heather Rip is a rubber outsole. Its sticky nature allows it to grip slick gym floors while the tread pattern enhances traction on outdoor surfaces. The compound is durable and prevents early degradation of the midsole unit.

This training shoe from Puma employs an EVA heel pod. This element provides shock absorption and cushioning to keep the foot protected during heel strike.

A thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU) shank is used under the arch area. This rigid component protects the arch against excessive twisting and even overly stretching.

Inside the trainer is the Softfoam sockliner. This full-length cushioning insole provides a comfortable footbed and also prevents the foot from sliding inside the shoe.

The upper of the Puma Tazon 6 Heather Rip uses a heather fabric. This material is reinforced with synthetic overlays in key areas to protect against abrasion and enhance the structural integrity of the upper.

The footgear uses a traditional lace-up structure to aid in fit adjustment. The rear section is lightly cushioned to provide additional comfort, snugness, and protection against skin irritation.


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