PUMA Men's Voltaic 4 Metallic,Black/Team Gold,US 6.5 D
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Who says good looks and smarts have to be mutually exclusive? We built the PUMA Voltaic with the opposite in mind: it's a functional gym shoe packed with tech-savvy cushioning, breathable mesh, and a grippy outsole. But it's handsome enough to rock with your favorite jeans. The style's latest iteration is as fresh as ever, with a revamped mesh bootie and metallic finishes.
- Product Dimensions: 12.6 x 7.8 x 4.5 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.9 pounds
- ASIN: B00C5UQ2KU
- Date first available at Amazon.com: November 28, 2013
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Top Customer Reviews
The sides are kind of a disappointment. They aren't like the original Voltaic design with individual stitching on the side designs, and more like one giant plastic design that was sewed on. But even then, it still looks good, just not what I was expecting when comparing to previous generation of this shoe design.
Over the years I have tried so many different brands and they have fallen short in so many ways: Reebok, Asics, New Balance etc. They were either too tight or too loose fitting, fell apart after the first couple of trials at the track, or they just didn't have the style and pizzazz of these new Pumas. With today's Puma shoe, and the many color combinations that are available everyone is sure to find the right Puma to fit their style; not to mention the fact that they are so affordable you just might get a second, third, so on.... Just remember these shoes tend to run a little on the small side, so when ordering them, please order them a half to a full size larger.
Believe me these shoes are so comfortable, that I have told my friends and a few of them have purchased them. I do and I will always recommend these shoes to everyone!
And remember life's too short, enjoy it to the fullest.
This is my first pair of pumas, I normally wear New Balances and Vibram FiveFingers, both of those are good but I like standing out a little and I saw a pair of pumas in a store and tried them on and loved them.
Like I said; they're very cushioned and well fitted but with a good sturdy build on the bottom, I got the mesh style and like it, it's breathable in the toe how I like without being soft like most mesh shoes I've tried out. The arch is low, good for my feet personally, but wide which is nice. I have a pair of cross country New Balances and the arch is so narrow i feel like half of my mid foot is constantly sliding off the side, but not with these shoes. They have a good heel too, it uses Pumas gel technology I don't know much about it but it's a good soft feeling while I'm running. The only downside I would wish differently would be the grip, there's not any really its very flat, which is fine for running itself but I was originally looking for a cross training shoe I could use for multiple conditions but after wearing them around the store I just fell in love with them and got on amazon to find them in the color I wanted.