Who should buy the Puma Turin

This sport-inspired kick is a good match for you if:

  • You are after a budget-friendly with a retro look that matches any casual or sporty outfit
  • You want a lightweight and durable shoe that is inspired by soccer

Puma Turin logo

Style of the Puma Turin

The Puma Turin is a low-top soccer-inspired sneaker characterized by soft synthetic leather material on the upper, lace-up closure system, rubber outsole, and signature Puma brandings on the tongue and lateral sides.

Puma Turin Laces

Worry not about finding a pair that suits your style best as the Turin Puma shoes are available in a myriad of colorways. A pair of Puma Turin in white or Puma Turin in black could be your best bet should you be looking for a minimalist and versatile sneaker to strut anywhere at any time of the day.

A pair of Puma Turin in blue has also been released among many other colorway options for those who are not afraid to play with different hues.

Notable Features

The Puma Turin shoes boast a minimal design, only proving what a true classic shoe should be. The toe box is rounded with a distinguishable rubber toe bumper. Its heel part bears the Puma Jumping Cat logo.

Puma Turin Toebox

On the lateral sides can be found the bold Puma Formstrip and the Puma No. 1 logo. The tongue also displays the Puma No.1 logo. The Turin also features a lace closure for a snug fit and a rubber outsole for grip.

Puma Turin Tongue

History of Puma Turin

One of the most distinguished shoe and sportswear brands, Puma started with a soccer shoe called the "Atom." It was the first soccer shoe that had studs screwed into the outsole for better traction on the field. This started Puma's path as one of the first and foremost producers of superior soccer shoes.

Puma Turin Out sole

In 1957, Puma successfully patented the “Formstrip.” This almost unassuming overlay was instrumental in giving Puma shoes exceptional hold and support. It is now a trademark of Puma that is almost present in all the shoes they produce. 

Puma Turin Midsole

Fast forward to recent years, Puma’s affinity for soccer shoes, albeit with a more lifestyle flair continues in the unveiling of the Puma Turin sneakers. The now-famous and bold Formstrip still covers the sides of this shoe. The Puma Turin is basically a fusion of the things that have made Puma such a major player in the lifestyle and performance footwear categories.

Puma Turin Formstrip

Facts / Specs

Style: Classic, Sporty, Minimalist
Top: Low
Inspired from: Soccer
Collection: Puma Classics
Closure: Laces
Material: Leather, Rubber Sole, EVA
Season: Summer, Spring

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Danny McLoughlin
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.