| Puma | Deviate Nitro 3


The PUMA Velocity NITRO™ 3 These kicks are all about speed and comfort thanks to advanced NITRO™ technology offering superior responsiveness and cushioning.


Puma Deviate Nitro 3


Experience unparalleled propulsion in your everyday training runs with the PUMA Deviate NITRO™ 3, featuring PWRPLATE technology and NITRO™ foam. This highly responsive trainer delivers a snappy ride, infusing speed into every stride.

The upper of the shoes is made with at least 20% recycled materials

NITROFOAM™: Advanced nitrogen-injected foam designed to provide superior responsiveness and cushioning in a lightweight package

PWRPLATE: Carbon fibre plate engineered to stabilise the midsole while maximising energy transfer


  • Terrain Road
  • Category: Tempo
  • Stability type: Neutral
  • Drop: 10mm
  • Stack Height: 39mm/29mm
  • Weight Men’s and Women’s together
  • Midsole NITROFOAM
  • Outsole PUMA Grip

The drop of a shoe is the difference in height between the heel and forefoot. The greater the drop, the steeper the angle between your heel and forefoot.

For example, when barefoot, the heel and forefoot touch the ground at the same level: drop is 0. At the other end of the scale, when wearing high heels, the drop is much greater.


We believe in integrating sustainability into every aspect of our manufacturing processes for all products – from the sourcing of raw materials to the manufacturing stage, both environmentally and socially.

At PUMA, we produce millions of shoes and textiles every year. We use sustainability collections to inspire our consumers, but if sustainability did not play a major role for the majority of our products, we would have failed to make a difference.

Sourcing materials and manufacturing products leave an environmental and social footprint behind. Only if we aim to make our entire sourcing and production processes more sustainable, we can optimize the impact PUMA has on the environment and communities. This is why we are sourcing key materials such as cotton, polyester, leather and cardboard from more sustainable sources. We are striving to eliminate more and more chemicals from our production processes and to reduce our carbon emissions in our own operations as well as in our supply chain.

We also believe in industry collaborations, because only if we all join forces and support each other, we will be able to introduce new, sustainable processes and find solutions that will make a difference. PUMA has been a long-term member of numerous industry collaborations to cover a wide field of environmental and social issues that need to be addressed together by all players within our industry.

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