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- Rubber sole
- Performance tainer with T-toe overlay and large and small perforations
- Midfoot stability saddle
- Breathable EcoOrthoLite sockliner
- TPU stability shank
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A sleek, streamlined silhouette sets the Puma Tazon 5 NM shoe apart from the rest. This sporty men's sneaker boasts a faux leather upper for easy style. The EcoOrthoLite� lining offers interior comfort, while the rubber outsole of the Puma Tazon 5 NM sneaker provides reliable traction.
PUMA is the global athletic brand that successfully fuses influences from sport, lifestyle and fashion. PUMA's unique industry perspective delivers the unexpected in sport-lifestyle footwear, apparel and accessories, through technical innovation and revolutionary design.
- Package Dimensions: 14.1 x 8.3 x 4.8 inches
- Shipping Weight: 2.25 pounds
- ASIN: B00LV7GIK2
- Item model number: 18775805
- Date first listed on Amazon: January 19, 2015
- Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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While I did find the shoes to be a somewhat tighter fit than usual, I am still able to wear them with relative comfort for extended periods of time. But if I had my druthers, i'd like just a little more room in them. They aren't tight to the point where they cause pain or discomfort, but after an hour or two on your feet, you do find yourself either looking for a chair, or looking forward to taking them off altogether. I would recommend ordering a size larger than you usually wear.
These work and felt great. They are lightweight but still kept me dry from the rain [after a while though]. They bend better than I thought they would. The heel is stiffer than I would like it to be, and yes I see cross-training along with running in describing this shoe, so it's a toss in the air. You can "feel" where/why they would be cross training, and you can tell why they would be good running shoes. I only ever, EVER, bought running shoes less than $20. Just that typical guy thing 'whats the difference'. I finally owned up and these were my "expensive" purchase. My running game increased big time. Where I knew between distance and duration exactly when my legs would hypertrophy and "that was the run". No way, with these I've doubled my distance in half the time. The comfort is there.
The shoe itself appears and feels as if they were made for working out in the gym and not running outside. As some of the other reviews have noted, the arch support is somewhat lacking which could be explained by this not being a strict running shoe. For me, the shoes felt perfectly comfortable for hours in the gym and for casual walks, which is exactly what I bought them for. If you are looking for a running shoe, definitely choose a different model.
I've only had these for three weeks so I cannot say how long they last. If there are any premature failures, I'll be sure to add something to this review. For now, I would definitely recommend these to a friend.
I rate at 4 stars because while it is an awesome shoe for the price, it is not the top cross trainer. That should be considered when purchasing. If you're looking for value, look no further.
The shoes are very nice. It looks like its well built, and when I put them on, they were pretty light too.
It came a little small, just as I wanted. I wear a 12.5 Wide shoe. I use two different kinds of shoes, a flat, heavy one for lifting weights, and a light, flexible one for running. However, I needed something that was the best of both worlds due to my gym class switching between lifting and running constantly within class.
The shoe itself is very light. I had no trouble running in them. The bottom is nice and flat, but the design allows it to easily flex in case I switch from a resistance exercise to a cardiovascular exercise. I also choose a shoe size that was a bit smaller than normal so that it'd be a tight squeeze (which it was). This makes it so that I don't lose balance as easily when I run, and so that my feet stay in one place when I lift.
Cross training is right. It's a nice shoe. I just wish they came in 12.5 sizes so that it'd be a perfect fit.