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High Rise/PUMA Silver/Aurora

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A revolutionary running shoe that moves and adapts to the feet.

When you move, your foot changes in length, height, and proportion. The PUMA Mobium Elite adapts to you feet and the way they move and change during running and training. PUMA's Mobium expands and contracts right along with your foot, without constraints.

The shoe's three main components work together through your entire gait cycle: Windlass Chassis, Expansion Pods, and Mobium Band. The give-and-take technology maximizes energy and propels you forward.

Translation? It's a highly flexible, adaptive shoe engineered to enhance and maximize your body's natural movement.

Open air mesh upper for breathability.

Windlass Chassis changes in length, height, and proportion along with your foot's natural movement.

Expansion Pods located on the forefoot outsole provide cushioning, protection, and flexibility exactly where you need it.

Finely tuned, elasticized Mobium Band runs through the outsole in a figure 8 pattern, working dynamically like your foot's tendons: the more force applied, the more spring it returns.

EverRide and EverTrack rubber outsole for added grip.

Specifically designed for the neutral runner who is a midfoot or forefoot striker.

WEIGHT: 7 oz.


Los revolucionarios Mobium Elite para dama de PUMA se mueven y adaptan a tus pies al trotar. Cuando estás en movimiento, tus pies cambian en longitud, altura y proporción, pero los Mobium Elite se expanden y contraen junto con tus pies. Sus tres componente

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