Verdict from 77 user reviews

7 reasons to buy

  • The Puma Turin_0 has great value for its budget-friendly price, according to some shoppers.
  • More than a handful of customers loved the retro sneaker’s sleek, sporty style.
  • Several wearers shared about getting doses of compliments wearing the sneaker.
  • Most testers lauded its impressive cushioning, which allowed them to wear the sneakers for long hours.
  • The sneaker is built with durable, premium materials, according to two Puma Turin_0 reviewers.
  • Its leather upper feels soft and comfortable, a few users noted.
  • At least one style-conscious customer mentioned that the sneaker fits almost all his casual attire.

2 reasons not to buy

  • Most wearers felt that Puma Turin_0 shoes run a half size larger.
  • A few customers did not like the extended heel as it made the sneaker felt like a cleat when walking.

Bottom line

Coming from the brand's soccer-inspired designs like the Turin, the Puma Turin_0 ventures to go sleeker. Its daring silhouette flaunts a deluxe leather upper with suede overlays and perforated detailing, a midsole rubber overlay, and an extended heel.

While this model looks pretty sophisticated, it does not neglect the importance of comfort. Its level of cushioning and padding has left many wearers impressed. Though not without its few faults—most notably, its sizing issues—the Puma Turin_0 one of the well-rounded Puma sneakers. Its budget-friendly price only makes it all the more appealing.

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Good to know

These Puma Turin_0 sneakers are offered exclusively in men’s sizes, in medium width. The sneaker’s low-top structure allows the ankles to enjoy a nonrestrictive range of motion. Besides that, its leather upper has a full lace-up closure that locks the foot in snugly. Furthermore, a padded mesh lining welcomes the foot with instant in-step comfort.  

Since the Puma Turin_0 came from a line of classic Puma silhouettes, it is a given that it matches a range of clothing styles—from the casual, laidback look to the active, sporty look. Men can rock these pair of kicks on their way to meet their friends at a party or the gym.

One of the features that make the Puma Turin_0 stand out is its heel that extends about two inches. It gives the sneaker a distinct, edgy look. Adding up to that is the rubber overlay on the midsole. But the model stays the classic that it is: its perforated leather upper showcases the iconic T-toe suede overlay of the Turins while the bold Formstrip overlay on the side delivers the exclamation point, as always.

Puma has a long heritage in sports, especially in soccer. Shoes such as the Atom, Super Atom, Brasil, and King became legends in the world’s soccer history. Who could forget Pelé and all his unbelievable goals and Diego Maradona’s Goal of the Century? That patented Formstrip appeared in such significant events and left a mark that will never fade.

Throughout the decades, Puma proudly brought the Formstrip along with its heritage as the brand stepped into the lifestyle category, wherein Puma also excelled. The brand took inspiration from their iconic sports shoe catalog and churned out classics-inspired silhouettes. Among which is the Puma Turin, who took cues from the brand’s soccer designs. The Puma Turin_0 is one of the line’s newest iterations.

  • This sneaker features a two-toned EVA midsole for outstanding cushioning.
  • A gum rubber outsole offers an excellent grip.
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.