About Puma SE
Puma, one of the world's renowned clothing and shoe manufacturing company was founded in the year 1984 in Germany. Puma was founded by "Rudolf Dassler" when he and his brother "Adolf Adi Dassler" decided to split their company "Gebruder Dassler Schuhfabrik (Dassler Brothers Shoe Industry)" into Adidas and Puma. Initially Puma was named as Ruda ("Ru" from "Rudolf" and "da" from "Dassler"), but later the company rebranded itself as "Puma". The company's product line includes clothes, shoes and accessories for athletes. Puma is known for sponsoring high-profile athletes such as Pele, Rickie Fowler and Ian Poulter.
Puma Men's Kuris II Black Mesh Sport Running Shoes
Unleash the athlete in you that craves for an adrenaline rush. Be it on track or streets, these running shoes from Puma are ideal to use on any terrain. The cool colour combination and stunning design makes these shoes stand out from the crowd.
These running shoes from Puma have a two layer construction. The outer layer is made of synthetic leather and the inner layer is made of mesh. The inner mesh construction reduces the overall weight of the shoe. Additionally, it disperses the heat inside shoe and helps your feet to breathe.
These shoes feature a cushioned inner sole to keep your feet in utmost comfort. The outer sole is made of TPE (thermoplastic elastomer) that increases the traction between your feet and the ground to help you maintain balance.
The reinforced collar and tongue in these sports shoes maintain an excellent grip on your feet. The company's signature "formstripe" design is stitched on the sides of the shoes. Puma logo is present on the tongue and the toe.
Adhere to the following instructions to maintain the quality and lifetime of your shoes:
Place your shoes in an open environment after use to allow it to de-odorize
Cover your shoes using shoe bags to prevent stains and mildew.
These Puma Kuris II running shoes are covered by a 90-day product warranty against manufacturing defects. This warranty can be claimed directly from the vendor if the product you receive is damaged.