At the start of 2020, PUMA kicked off the year with the release of the PUMA Zone XT trainer. Fast-forward to 2021 and the team are back at it, allowing you to also get back at it. PUMA has reconfigured the cross-training silhouette, creating the all-new PUMA FUSE strength trainer.
The PUMA FUSE was designed with the fittest athletes in mind. It is put together with equal parts function and finesse, providing you with an all-round trainer. It’s designed to reconstruct your muscles and mentality and worn by some of the greatest athletes around the globe. This includes seven-time Formula 1 World Champion, Lewis Hamilton, and Springbok, Lukhanyo Am.
Built in partnership with PUMA’s elite athletes, the PUMA FUSE was engineered to withstand the toughest workouts. The community shared their insights throughout the process to fine-tune the end result.
The PUMA FUSE has a 4mm drop and a wide toe box to provide the ultimate stability. Alongside the PUMAGRIP rubber, it has maximum traction and durability during all training movements. To round things off, the TPU heel clip offers a boost in support. It’s the ultimate training partner for your workouts.
The PUMA marketing team caught up with Lukhanyo Am on his training and current lifestyle in a COVID-19 world. In regard to the PUMA FUSE, he confirms its comfortability on the foot, while also being very light. In addition, it’s a great all-round strength trainer and can mix it up across his various training days. It’s a “must-have.”
The PUMA FUSE is available from today, 25 January. It’s available at PUMA.com, as well as in stores at PUMA Stores, Studio 88, Takealot and selected stores. It will retail for R2,299.
Never shy away from a workout in 2021. Approach it with confidence with the PUMA FUSE. Prepare to challenge yourself, making sure you have the right tools to do it.