PUMA Spring/Summer 2012 FAAS Shoes Collection

by On May 3, 2012
PUMA Spring/Summer 2012 FAAS Shoes Collection

Blending music, technology and speed into one formula, PUMA has developed its maiden game app named the PUMA FAAS Beats. Whether you are a record-breaking athlete, lifestyle runner or a music junkie, PUMA FAAS Beats builds momentum to those seconds you are clocking. Players can choose their favourite pair of FAAS running shoes and select a music track to begin their “running” experience virtually. Through a series of interactive musical rhythm-based games, players will be introduced to the new range of the Spring/Summer 2012 FAAS shoes collection. FAAS Beats game app can be found on PUMA Running.

PUMA Spring/Summer 2012 FAAS Shoes Collection

FAAS 800 JAM (Lightweight Stability Trainer)

The first of its kind, The FAAS 800 is a stability shoe that features a one-shot, one-piece midsole – making it heavy on dub beats and lacking in gimmicks.

As part of our ‘inspired by Jamaica’ product collection, this style is currently the most stable offering in the range.

The traditionally hard, rigid technological qualities usually seen in a stability shoe have been replaced by an amped up version of BioRide Technology, accompanied by EverTrack for durability, EverRide for cushioning, and an OrthoLite Sockliner to keep you oh so fresh when on the move.

FAAS 800 JAM (Lightweight Stability Trainer)Weight: 295grams Retail Price: $169

FAAS 800 JAM (Lightweight Stability Trainer)

FAAS 500 Fade (Lightweight Neutral Trainer)

The FAAS 500 NM Fade is a lightweight trainer for the neutral runner. We brought one of our most iconic running shoes in the RS-1 to the modern world. It’s perfect for runners that don’t need all that jazz of conventional running shoes.

Bold color blocking and bright hues brighten up this iconic trainer so prepare to be turn heads on or off the track when you wear these beauties.

The Rocker shape creates an effortless touchdown. Flex grooves in the forefoot create an effortless toe off and ultimately provides a more responsive ride.

FAAS 500 Fade (Lightweight Neutral Trainer)Weight: 266.5grams Retail Retail Price: $159

FAAS 500 Fade (Lightweight Neutral Trainer)

PUMA Bolt FAAS 400 (Lightweight Neutral Trainer)

Inspired by the World’s Fastest Man, the Bolt FAAS 400 is constructed with BioRide Technologhy and typical PUMA flair. It falls around the mid-point of the FAAS Cushioning Scale, making it a perfect lightweight trainer for faster training runs or longer races. Its design is inspired by PUMA’s old school running shoe, the Easy Rider, and hails the future of the sport, Usain Bolt. It features an air mesh upper with bonded nubuck overlays, plus some added bling-bling with anodized paint non the midsole.

The EverRide and EverTrack in the outsole add cushioning and durability where it’s needed, while the OrthoLite sock liner increases breathability. Finishing, flashy touches include a pearlized toecap and heel. It’s also built lower to the ground for better contact underfoot while running.

PUMA Bolt FAAS 400 (Lightweight Neutral Trainer) Weight: 223grams Retail Retail Price: $149

PUMA Bolt FAAS 400 (Lightweight Neutral Trainer)

Where to find them?

The PUMA Spring/Summer 2012 FAAS Shoes Collection is available at leading Puma stores.

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