There is a new kick on the block...introducing the all new Puma Fuse, Puma's first ever trainer designed specifically for functional fitness training.
Ahead of the global release of the Fuse we break down everything you need to know about its design. Read on for the full lowdown. The Fuse is launching globally this Friday the 15th of January, Sign up to the drop, then read on to get stuck into the details!
THE NANO , THE METCON, AND NOW THE FUSE.
WHY DID PUMA DECIDE TO DESIGN A FUNCTIONAL TRAINING SHOE?
The functional fitness scene has been booming for the best part of a decade now, and with that boom has come the introduction and evolution of trainers designed specifically for the physical demands and performance expectations of functional athletes. Shoes stable enough to lift in, durable enough to withstand friction, light enough to execute gymnastics, and cushioned enough to support dynamic movements. First came the Nano, then came the Metcon, and another huge global brand has entered the game with the arrival of the Puma Fuse.
Puma wanted to create a competitive performance shoe that was not only suitable for CrossFitters at all stages of their journey (from first timers to competing athletes) but also suitable for high-performance athletes of various disciplines who incorporate functional strength training into their programmes. You can therefore expect to see the Fuse in your local box, on competition floors, and on the feet of Puma's existing top tier athletes such as Lewis Hamilton.
The Fuse features a loop hook at the back of the heel, perfect for hooking your shoes to your backpack on the go.
TRIED, TESTED AND READY FOR YOU.
The Puma Fuse may be the first iteration of its design, but you can rest assured that it has been tried, tested and approved by the elites. From Puma's top tier athletes of all disciplines to competing CrossFit athletes. Anastasia Lowe has been putting them to the test during the final development stages and shared that she "loves the form of the shoes, a lot of CrossFit shoes feels like you're running in a brick, but not these.”