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If cross-training is your thing, then PUMA has some shoes for you. The company believes they have reconfigured the industry’s basic cross-training shoe, with the result being the all-new FUSE strength trainer. 

Designed in partnership with PUMA’s athletes, the community shared their training insights to engineer a shoe made to withstand the toughest workouts. With a 4 mm drop and a wide toe box, the FUSE gives you a stable stance while the internal midsole provides shock absorption. To kick it up a notch, durable PUMAGRIP provides all-purpose traction while a TPU heel clip offers a boost of support.

Key details of the Fuse include:

  • GRIP: PUMAGRIP rubber for maximum traction and durability during training movements.
  • SUPPORT: TPU heel clip for support where you need it most.
  • STABILITY: Low and wide with an internal midsole for a stable stance.

The FUSE has been tried and tested by PUMA’s athletes, including World Cup winning rugby star Lukhanyo Am and Formula 1 World Champion Lewis Hamilton. Talking about new shoe, PUMA ambassador Lukhanyo Am notes, "The Fuse is very comfortable on the foot  and it’s very light. A great all round strength training shoe, something specific for the strength training days. I really like it, it’s a definite must have."

The new FUSE will be hitting stores this Monday, 25 January on PUMA.com, PUMA Stores, Studio 88, Takealot and selected stores for a retail price of R2 299.

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