While the battle for the sports-footwear tech heats up, Puma’s new Jamming model makes use of the company’s latest innovation, NRGY beads, to put some extra spring in your step.
The upper is made of Puma’s lightweight evoKnit material and has a collared design that ends just above the ankle (which we’ve seen on some other Puma ranges), guaranteeing a sturdier and snugger fit. It’s still thin enough to be breathable, though, which makes it ideal for lung-busting runs.
But, its most impressive feature lies in its soles – the dozens of small NRGY beads contribute to the high level of responsiveness and energy return with each step, but also gives decent cushioning at the same time.
High-tech sneakers are all the rage at the moment and these are a great way to buy into that trend, and they come in both black and white colourways – available for R2,699 from The Cross Trainer.
If you want a bit more info about how the NRGY beads in the Jamming runner works – check out this video!
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