PUMA Launches A New Running Shoe Made Especially For Women

It’s affordable too

PUMA’s latest women’s running shoes, the Run XX Nitro, will be put to the test by former SEA Games athlete Joy Kuan and local radio DJ and celebrity Sonia Chew as they deliver special pastries from Two Men Bagel House to a lucky few in Singapore. Curious? Know more about the formidable sneaker and how you can get free bagels delivered to your doorstep.

SEA Games athlete Joy Kuan and local radio DJ and celebrity Sonia Chew wearing Run XX Nitro

Yummy bagels are on the way!

Run XX Nitro is made especially for women

Named after the female chromosome XX, the Run XX Nitro Running Shoe (SGD199) is designed specifically for the female foot. It boasts a firmer and more hardwearing midsole that has the right amount of comfort and durability. The shoe’s silhouette also allows for a snug fit that hugs the heel, instep and arch — ensuring balanced support. If that’s not enough to convince you to try it, the shoe’s advanced midsole’s responsiveness and bouncy cushioning might.

Along with the newly unveiled running shoes for women, the collection also offers athletic apparel including the High-Impact Elite Women's Training Bra (SGD119), CLOUDSPUN Marathon Long Sleeve Running Top (SGD99) and Marathon High Waist Full Length Running Leggings (SGD109), which feature moisture-wicking fabric. Say goodbye to that icky sweaty feeling!

How to get free bagels from PUMA and Two Men Bagel House

Get a chance to have special campaign-exclusive free bagels from Two Men Bagel House delivered to your home by simply signing up on this link until 26 April. You can also anticipate a larger-than-life “PUMA shoebox” pop-up containing interactive zones that will be unveiled on 27 May at PUMA’s Bugis+ store. It will feature a Nitro Foam Pit, which mimics the foam support of Run XX Nitro’s midsole, the climbable Monomesh Tunnel and the Pumagrip Sprint, a steel ramp with markings for runners.

(Cover photo from: sg.puma.com)

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