Closeouts. Designed to be a lightweight, everyday neutral training shoe, Puma's Complete SLX Ryjin LT running shoes go the distance with the stability and flex-friendly cushioning of IdCELL midsole material.
Reviewed by bigsilk from Queens, NY on Saturday, June 15, 2013
Hey, look, I'm secure in my manhood. I wear pink. I've been known to manscape. But I just could not bear keeping these shoes. Well, truth be known, they were small on me. I did wear them out of the house, though, and walked the block with them. People looked at them before they looked me in the eye. Can't have that. As for a running shoe? Well, they are extremely light in weight. They do, however, lack support on the inside of the shoe near the toe. Didn't like that, either.
In the end, they went back, and I didn't order a better fit. I just couldn't bring myself to keep them...
Reviewed by Running Man from Colorado on Monday, April 22, 2013
I run between 2,000 and 2,500 miles a year and have done so for many years. These shoes are great for training or for running any distance between a 10K and a marathon. I enjoy running in these shoes and wear them for my faster runs. The uppers are light, but I have no concerns around the shoe falling apart. I think this shoe is well designed for the neutral runner hand just bought two more pairs at a very friendly price.
Reviewed by Eric... The aging runner from Michigan on Wednesday, April 10, 2013
I think the original price was something like $90. This shoe is in no way worth that. But I got my pair for $36. And I use these three days a week for faster runs. These will not hold up for long with everyday use and long miles.