Size and fit

This model is found in men’s sizes, ranging from 7-14 in medium width. There are also half-size options for those who need to go in between. In some of the Puma Turin II reviews, buyers have felt that the model ran small.

As such, they had to go a half size up. Its leather upper ensures a sturdy and secure fit, while the lace-up closure keeps it snug. Spontaneous ankle movement is made possible by the sneaker’s low-cut collar.  

Puma Turin II Style

Four color variations were issued for the Puma Turin II. The color combinations are Puma White/Winsome Orchid and Puma White/Puma Black. There are also two monochrome options: Puma White/Puma White and Puma Black/Puma Black. Any athleisure outfit could pair well with the shoe’s sporty silhouette.

Joggers, track pants or suits, and shorts, complete with crisp T-shirts or sweatshirts would complete the sneaker’s athletic-inspired vibe. It could also be styled with casual clothes, such as jeans, slacks, shorts or chinos, paired with shirts or pullovers for any occasion. The model’s neat appeal makes it suitable for the spring and summer seasons.

Notable Features

A soft synthetic leather material graces the upper of the low-top Turin II from Puma, giving it a premium look and feel. The sneaker also has a timeless flair due to the simple design and athletic appeal. A stitched leather Formstrip is found on the lateral sides of the shoe. In addition, the Puma logo is on the side and tongue, while the Puma name label on the heel completes the exclusive look.

Puma Turin II History

Puma has been in the lead of shoe innovation since its launch in 1948. Founder Rudolf Dassler sought to create his own brand after leaving the footwear manufacturing business that he operated with his brother Adolf. The two did not get on very well, and Adolf went on to establish Adidas. Despite their differences, both opted to stay in their hometown of Herzogenaurach in Germany, where Puma and Adidas are still headquartered today.

Over its seven-decade run, Puma has been known for its pioneering kicks in the world of sports. The brand also developed a reputation for stylish and functional lifestyle sneakers that push the boundaries of practicality. In addition, the label has taken inspiration from its long, athletic heritage, coming up with such unique shoes as the Puma Turin.

It’s a soccer-inspired model that features a soft synthetic leather material on the upper, along with a supportive and comfortable EVA midsole. It’s a classic and timeless look that is at home in the streets, making it an ideal companion for casual and daily use. The brand leveled up the shoe’s look with the Puma Turin II, which comes in fresh new colorways along with a sleeker silhouette.

This edition incorporates the details that made the original model popular, adding subtle improvements to enhance the shoe’s level of comfort and style. With its luxe leather design and clean look, this sneaker could be worthy of anyone’s closet. It’s designed to deliver comfort and style for everyday wear, letting the user take on anything. 

Additional Info

  • The sneaker’s EVA midsole provides support and cushioning.  
  • There is padding on the collar and tongue for additional comfort.
  • A well-cushioned and comfortable feel are offered by the Puma SoftFoam insole.

Facts / Specs

Top: Low
Inspired from: Soccer
Collection: Puma Classics
Colorways: White / Black / Blue
SKUs: 36677306 / 36696201 / 36696202 / 36696203 / 36696204 / 36696205 / 36696207

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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.