PUMA Womens Magnify Nitro WTR
The Puma Women's Magnify Nitro WTR creates a thick pile of Nitro cushioning to absorb impact, propel you forward and create a comfortable feel on the road. Despite the large amount of foam, this is still a lightweight shoe that includes a Profoamlite layer on the bottom.
The NITRO FOAM midsole uses a super lightweight and responsive foam created by injecting super-critical nitrogen into an embryonic raw material, then compressing the foam into the final design. This process creates a foam 50% lighter than standard EVA foams with superior energy return and cushioning.
PUMAGRIP is a brand-new rubber compound used across the range that combines long lasting durability with traction across a range of surfaces, even in the wet.
A premium engineered mesh upper combines with a moulded heel to hug your foot, just where you want it, for a highly breathable, and snug feel.
One of the biggest brands in sport – and the creators of Usain Bolt’s record-breaking spikes – PUMA have entered the road running market with the Nitro range.
Produced by injecting super-critical nitrogen into the raw material used to make their midsoles, PUMA use Nitro and Nitro Elite to give you the edge whichever shoe you pick.
• Premium engineered mesh upper
• Moulded heel
- Quick Ref: 241608
- Man. Ref: 195308-01
It might say road, but we don’t just mean pounding closed-off streets on race day. Road shoes are predominantly for the pavement.
They feature flat rubber traction for confident footing in the city and enhanced cushioning to soak up the strain of every stride.
Best for Everyday Mileage
To cope with all the miles you run, shoes for everyday mileage are built to last.
Thicker rubber on the outsole withstands huge amounts of pavement pounding, and a thicker, more durable upper also helps to improve longevity.
The other priority is comfort, with soft materials around the entrance and midsole foams designed to cushion, feel great, and last.
Because of the extra protection, daily mileage shoes tend to be heavier than their race day and tempo counterparts.