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Black/Aged Silver/Flame Orange

  1. The Fastest Shoe for the Fastest People
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The Fastest Shoe for the Fastest People

PUMA Faas 550 is for those who like some style in their low profile trainers.

UPPER: Durable mesh and reflective synthetic nubuck with bonded TPU cage wraps around the midfoot and provides extra stability.

MIDSOLE: Bioride construction for a smooth transition with KMS-LITE, an innovative PUMA midsole material that is 30% lighter than standard EVA. OrthoLite sockliner for excellent fit and comfort. ld-CELL lasting for additional cushioning.

OUTSOLE: Evertrack, an extremely durable rubber.

For neutral runners with no need for extra support.

WEIGHT: 10.0 oz.


Los Faas 550 de PUMA son para aquellos que disfrutan entrenar con estilo. CORTE: Malla duradera y nobuc sintético brillante con armazón de TPU que envuelte la parte media del pie y brinda estabilidad adicional. Diseño Bioride en el pie medio para transicio

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