Back in the 1990s, running shoes weren't afraid to show off their goods. PUMA added to the visual technology boom with Trinomic: clear rubber cells that collapsed and rebounded for cushioning, stability, motion control...and double-takes. Trinomic's first superstar was the PUMA XT2. This neutral trainer's outsole was geared for shock and energy absorption, decked out in hi-fi materials and hues, and underlined by those little rubber crash pads. The Trinomic Plus XT2 is an exact replica of the '90s original but that neutral shtick? Gone. It's more aggressive than passive and more authentic than overdone. And it's not about to wait another minute or decade to make new moves.
Durable upper with mix of leather, suede and textile materials for optimum comfort
Rubber cells for better cushioning, stability and motion control
Padded collar and tongue for more cushioning and EVA midsole for lightweight cushioning
Trinomic heel clip for improved protection
Special rubber outsole with flex grooves for an improved grip as well as enhanced shock and energy absorption