The two came together to spruce up three Puma models for puma mcm a limited release.The Explorer FF, Mid FF and First Round FF all are given the special treatment. The First Round is the only model for women as it changes to reveal a White/Ribbon Red/Olympic Blue but the other models are for men. The Explorer becomes White/High Risk Red and the Puma Mid turns to White/Black. While these are not made to handle slush or snow they definitely are made for the cooler season. All three pairs are available now.UNDFTD x PUMA Clyde Collection Feb 14, 2011 UNDFTD x PUMA Clyde Collection If you see the UNDFTD name attached to a collaboration there is a very high probability of it being a great release.
As a staple in the Puma line-up, the shoe is seen here in a brand new colorway Forest Green, Grey and Maroon.Available now at mita, the newest colorway is accompanied by two others, each one featuring an all suede upper with leather details. Instead of using a White Puma stripe to tie in puma near me the vulcanized sole, Puma elects Heather Grey a subtle addition that takes the S Vulc to the next level. Grab these now, or the rest of the Pack at mita.PUMA Spring/Summer 2011 Suede Collection Jan 31, 2011 PUMA Spring/Summer 2011 Suede Collection Puma will be releasing quite a few looks of its legendary Suede collection for Spring/Summer 2011.
Puma puma netfit RS1 Red / Black Jan 14, 2011 Puma RS1 - Red / Black Originally released in 1985, the RS1 was one of the first sneakers to include a technology element, housing a computer system that logs information about your recent run. After a few runs the secondary version was released, minus the computer. It was that model that has been brought back time and time again as a coveted favorite by both casual and serious runners. Seen here in one of Puma s favorite colorways, Black and Red, the RS1 sneakers are slated for release in the Spring. True to 80 s flair the RS1 s are done in a mix of suede and mesh with a puma old school Puma R-System sole.
White is seen on both the side panel and toe box, as well as tongue and sole. With a straight forward design, the RS1 is perfect for training or casual wear. Puma Dr. Clyde Desert Beige Dec 30, 2010 Puma Dr. Clyde Desert - Beige Drawing inspiration from the classic Puma Clyde, Puma will introduce a new silhouette for its Spring collection, the Puma Dr. Clyde Desert. The shoe is also inspired by the shape of classic Desert Boots, hence the desert in the shoe s name. The mid cut boot is shown here sporting a suede construction, as well as a beige-colored upper and white sole. Minimal beige leather accenting is used as piping, and helps add some more depth to this otherwise bland design. Look for them now Tokyo-based mita.
Puma Bonanza Brown/Gum Dec 29, 2010 Puma Bonanza - Brown/Gum The Puma Bonanza looks like a direct descendant of the Puma Hawthorne. The suede upper on either sneaker gives it the feel of a chukka. This culminates in a casual sole but the Bonanza feels a bit more laid back.Done in neutral tones the brown on brown sneaker is built with a suede construction. It almost has the feel of some sort of boot with the type of pre-worn suede they chose for the rugged upper. Comfort takes center stage however thanks to the bulky gum outsole. The gold foil tongue branding is a nice touch and it compliments the metal work on the eyelets and side.
Alexander McQueen puma pink dolphin for Puma Dec 28, 2010 Alexander McQueen for Puma Alexander McQueen has another round of sneakers set to release in 2011. The deceased designer is paid a very tasteful tribute thanks to the Alexander McQueen for Puma capsule collection and here are a few images of them.The sneakers look to be super simple and effective. Whether its high or low top the leather trimmed sneakers get straight to the point with a toned down silhouette bearing the McQueen branding in several places including the heel, mid panel and silver metal tongue tag. Look for these to release in early 2011.
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