It’s been a long time since I’ve owned a pair of Pumas, in fact I its been over 20 years so its a rarity finding a pair I like. I actually first saw a pair Puma Tsugi Shinsei on instagram which are all white that looked great and when I investigated what they were I came across the “Puma Tsugi Netfit” which I just had to buy.
I originally thought the name Netfit was just a name but on further inspection it’s actually a very cool sneaker detail – you can tie your laces in any one of the many holes in the net, giving you a personalised look and feel. There’s some really nice detail on the heel, large stitched Puma words with a rope pull behind it to help you put the shoe on. The look is great, almost like a long lost cousin of the adidas ultra boost solebox, minus the actual boost obviously.
While the Puma Tsugi Netfit look great these do play second best to the Adidas boost range when it comes to comfort. In saying that I have been on two long walks with them and to be honest they were comfortable enough, just not as springy.
You can buy a pair from Puma here and the cost is quite reasonable at around £84.99