The updated PUMA Women’s Tazon 6 Cross-Training Shoe differs from its predecessor, the fifth version of the Tazon only with some elements of design, while all characteristics stay the same. This shoe is really lightweight and flexible. This new edition of our sleek Tazon running shoes is engineered to give you a comfy and stable ride like none other. If you’re hopping, jumping, skipping around, and running in or outside the gym, it gives a plenty of support. Conquer your day with the excellent underfoot comfort of the Tazon 6 from PUMA.
The shoe is represented in various colorways with two basic colors – black and white. The model has a synthetic leather upper with perforation detailing of big size on the toe area, and of smaller size on the side panels.
At the top, you’ll find a pop-color lace-up closure and well-padded collar and tongue with PUMA logo on it. There are also a PUMA Formstrip at lateral side, a PUMA Cat Logo at medial side and a PUMA callout at heel.
The inside of the shoe gives you a breathable mesh lining along with the Eco OrthoLite sockliner for fit and comfort.
On the bottom, the shoe has a TPU silver shank and a grippy rubber outsole that is durable and flexible.
These shoes are awesome for women: great colorways, great functionality so that they’re going to help you run faster. You’ll love the sleek look of this ultra-light running and cross-training shoe.
The light weight is one of the best qualities of these shoes. Their weight is about 7 ounces – one of the lightest shoes on the market. Having a lightweight shoe makes it feel like though you are training barefoot.
The midsole of the shoe provides excellent cushioning and shock-absorption thanks to EVA foam heel pod.
The upper of the shoe is breathable due to thin material and perforated toe and side panels. On the inside, there’s a breathable Eco OrthoLite sockliner and mesh-lined padded collar and tongue so that the shoe is ventilated enough to keep your feet dry and cool.
- good grip
A large contact area rubber sole enables awesome grip and traction when exercising or running, so you can be confident in your each move.
- comfortable fit
The shoe has padded tongue and collar that allows for a soft feel around the ankle, midfoot saddle for optimum fit and comfort, and a traditional lace-up closure for a snug and adjusted fit.
The outsole of the shoe allows natural flexing that ensures the shoe moves naturally with the foot and you can easily cope with any workout.
In order to provide maximum breathability, the PUMA designed small perforations on the toe area and side panels of the upper.
- Another know-hows, that supplied in a model
Eco OrthoLite is an environmentally friendly, bio-based formulation that replaces 20% of the petroleum traditionally used in the polyol of polyurethane foams with a bio-oil substitute made from castor beans. It’s used in the sockliner for optimum fit, breathability, and comfort.
TPU shank increases stability, it is highly resistant to most oils and chemicals while also being heat resistant. It has a high tolerance to cuts and excellent tear strength while maintaining slip resistant capabilities. It is also very durable, providing a high tolerance against abrasion, splitting and cracking.
EVA is one of the best shock absorption materials available today. The material has good clarity and gloss, barrier properties, low-temperature toughness, stress-crack resistance, hot-melt adhesive waterproof properties, and resistance to UV radiation. It’s used in the heel pod, offering cushioning and shock absorption.
Equally adept at running fast or running errands, the PUMA Women’s Tazon 6 Cross-Training Shoe offers efficient energy transfer with a TPU shank, localized impact-absorption with an EVA heel pod, and stylish support with a sturdy faux leather upper. If you’re looking for an advanced natural running & training shoe that can keep up with your daily training or a versatile trainer, this one is ready to handle your intense extreme fitness workouts.
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