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Puma Dallas (Sold Out)

Product Data

  • Style: 35007204
  • Color: Duffel Bag / Cloud Dancer
  • MSRP: $70.00
  • Popularity:  0 / 100

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Puma Dallas

The Puma Dallas is a re-issued classic. With their streamline design and clean lines, Europe's b-boy community adopted the Dallas in the early 80's. Now, you'll see everyone sporting them due to their timeless look and versatile appeal.

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Jacob, California

I generally wear a size 10 in most brands, but pumas tend to run a half size big on me, so four starts for these since there half a size big. Other than that I love these shoes, super low profile, lightweight, and comfortable. I wish they weren't so expensive of I'd skate them everyday.

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Rasheem, Miami, Fl

Excellent Parkour Shoe - While there are better pure running shoes out there, I would highly recommend the 320 PK for parkour or free-running. This is the second pair of these shoes I have purchased since I got into parkour. The toe is very sturdy and the shoe offers good foot protection over all without much weight at all. The sole is quite grippy on most surfaces, although its functionality is impaired when wet. My one complaint is that the outsole does tend to erode, especially on the dominant foot. My last pair lasted me a good 10 months of steady parkour use before the right shoe's sole eroded enough that I felt I needed a new pair.