This is a long overdue review for the product mentioned above. I received the Burlington Puma Flux just before Christmas and was able to use it during a couple of times during my usual weekend run training. Having used so many brands of running socks, so I was a bit excited about the Burlington Puma Flux since I’ve known the brand for their casual socks.
The pair sent to me for review was the green full socks variant. It is also available in ankle socks variant as well as in other colorways, so you can pretty much choose which color suits your preference, if in case I’m able to convince you to consider buying the Burlington Puma Flux.
According to Burlington, the Puma Flux is infused with DriPlus Technology which help improve absorption. The socks are made more breathable because it is made of technical yarns for superior stretch fit and comfort. It also boasts of NeonLite Technology for enhanced aerodynamic but lightweight performance. In other words, the Burlington Puma Flux ensures that your feet are comfortable enough when you’re doing short-to-long distance runs. True enough, when I did a 10K run wearing the Puma Flux socks, it didn’t not feel so heavy despite the sweat it has absorbed while I was running.
Additionally, Puma Flux also provides extra cushioning, which helps your feet take the hard impact of the sidewalk or road pavement better. It has neon ankle brace that is elasticized to provide extra support, while its soles have acrylic pads for impact protection. This is the strong point of the Puma Flux and separates it from other running socks that I’ve used. Seriously, what more can you ask for in a socks that provides extra cushioning aside from the cushioning that your shoes can provide?
Overall, if you’re looking for a new pair of running socks, you might want to consider checking out the Burlington Puma Flux socks. It’ss available now from local stores or online at the Burlington website. (2131)