Who should buy the PUMA X-Ray

Snag this kick if you're interested in:

  • chunky sneakers you can wear every day
  • cushy soled sporty shoes
  • vibrant colored sneakers
  • extremely stylish shoes at less than $80

PUMA X-Ray buy

Who should NOT buy it

If you are searching for the same style but with a roomier structure, check out the PUMA RS-Curve and PUMA RS-X. Skim through the colorful PUMA RS collection if you want to see other shoes with a similar vibe as the PUMA X-Ray. 

PUMA X-Ray dont buy

So fab not to take notice of

This running-inspired sneaker features a stylish look that can be easily paired up with casual attire. According to very pleased buyers, its striking color-blocking, which is the notable feature of Puma's RS (Running System) shoes, is fun to mix and match with lots of streetwear clothes. 

PUMA X-Ray style

It's breathable! 

PUMA X-Ray's retro look comprises mixed elements such as wavy suede, leather overlays, and mesh. Its multi-layered upper is well ventilated, making it an excellent choice to wear during spring and summer. 

PUMA X-Ray breathable

Its chunky sole gives you the walk on cloud experience

Reviewers, especially vloggers, are impressed by this shoe's comfy feel. Its IMEVA cushioning unit combined with the removable SoftFoam sockliner offer step-in comfort.

PUMA X-Ray softfoam

Even with a thick midsole, this shoe doesn't feel heavy, so several reviewers are using this for fitness activities too. 

PUMA X-Ray chunky sole

Easy on and off

The pull tab on the heel helps slip this sneaker on and off quickly.

PUMA X-Ray heel tab

Secure fit

PUMA used elastic laces and a hook-and-loop strap closure system to secure the feet. 

PUMA X-Ray tight

Tight fit for the wide-footed

Its sculpted and wedge-like sole makes your feet look slender. But it can be too tight-fitting for the broad-footed users. 

PUMA X-Ray tight fit

Enjoy flaunting this shoe minus the slips

It's made of a durable and flexible rubber outsole with a grippy multi-tread pattern. Wearer-testers have tried using this on concrete pavements and smooth floors, and none had trouble with the traction. 

PUMA X-Ray traction

How PUMA X-Ray came to be 

PUMA started manufacturing footwear in 1948. It was founded by Rudolf Dassler, the brother of Adi Dassler, the owner of the equally famous brand Adidas. PUMA developed the first in the world soccer cleats with screw-in studs. This event allowed the brand to create a name in the sports domain by designing footwear and several other merchandises.

Since then, the company has been nonstop creating masterpieces in footwear, clothes, gear, and accessories. The brand's goal is to improve all its wearer's performance on and off the athletic fields. Years went by, and because of the quality and style of PUMA kicks, their brand slowly started to traverse into the colorful world of street fashion. 

PUMA X-Ray formstrip logo

One of the latest iterations in the PUMA Lifestyle offering is the PUMA X-Ray. This running-inspired sneaker has a chunky profile with a jazzy future-retro vibe. It is made with mixed materials on the upper with noticeable details on the sole.

Facts / Specs

Style: Sporty, Chunky
Top: Low
Inspired from: Running
Collection: PUMA RS
Closure: Laces
Material: Leather, Suede, Mesh, Rubber Sole, EVA / Fabric
Season: Spring, Summer, Fall

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