Kaki Kartel

Puma Clyde Court Disrupt

Don’t call it a comeback just yet, but Puma is making waves. After 2 years away from the basketball scene, Puma is ready to make its way back.

Puma Clyde Court Disrupt Performance Review


Southbeach colorway with the tone of turquoise, with pink stripes and a pink outsole, as well as a black colored heel panel.


Puma used the Knit for the overall construction of the shoes, with no plastic backing to provide the flexibility and breathability. Very comfortable materials.


Inverted traction pattern that performs really good on courts. Shallow traction patterns discourage playing in these shoes outdoors.


Puma added a padded area right underneath where you lace your shoes so there will be no pinching feeling even if you lace it up tight.


Hybrid cushioning system between the Energy Beat system and the Puma ignite foam. Think of an Adidas Boost-Bounce hybrid. The Ignite foam encapsulates the Energy Beat technology to make sure you don’t feel like your feet are sinking into the cushioning on impact.

Support and Lockdown

The beefy heel counter at the back locks your foot in. A stable base and good lacing system contribute more stability.


Fits true to size.

Overall Thoughts

Excited for Puma’s next line of basketball shoes.

Written by Brannon Tan
@btkicks_ aka Brannon Tan is the friendly face of the Kaki Kartel series. An avid sneaker head and collector, Brannon’s sneaker collection features some exclusive and highly sought after kicks! Through the Kaki Kartel series, BTkicks shares his limitless knowledge and expertise of the shoe game, kick reviews, guides and your 101 on the sneaker scene. Profile

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