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  • Price: £85.00
  • Year: from 2009

Puma Complete Vectana

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Light foam keeps weight down
 
Variable fit

Another new model, pitched as Puma's mid-range stability shoe. Its primary control features are a midsole ‘crash pad' to slow the speed of pronation, a dual-density medial post to control pronation, and a wider forefoot. A lighter foam has been used to keep weight down, and pronounced grooves in the outsole in the forefoot are designed to enhance flexibility.

The shoe's heel cushioning provides a soft landing, but transition from the heel to the firm forefoot is a little rough. The forefoot was felt to be too wide by male testers, while our (‘wide-footed') female tester thought them to be narrow.

Our wear-testers say: "Lack of flexibility makes them okay for a training run on the flat, but no so much on hilly sections." - Stephane Schneider


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Fit:
1.0
Responsiveness:
1.0
Cushioning:
2.0
Comfort:
2.0
Breathability:
3.0
Durability:
2.0
Value:
2.0
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