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The PUMA BioWeb Elite is a running and training shoe engineered to deliver maximum cushioning and stability. It wraps the foot with an innovative WebCage design that delivers a fresh new look in performance.

WebCage upper combines breathable mesh with injected PU overlays to offer a high strength-to-weight ratio for lightweight and flexible support that won't compromise durability.

WebTech, a flexible TPU heel wrap, provides impact protection without sacrificing cushioning.

Anti-microbial EcoOrthoLite sockliner for comfort.

EVA and rubber outsole for optimal cushioning, responsiveness, and durability. Flex grooves for enhanced flexibility and a smooth, efficient stride.

WEIGHT: 10 oz.


Los BioWeb Elite de PUMA han sido diseñados para brindarte lo máximo en acolchonamiento y estabilidad al trotar o ejercitarte. Envuelven tus pies gracias a su innovador diseño WebCage, que además ofrece un nuevo estilo. El corte WebCage combina malla para

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