Made famous by Tommie Smith’s 200-meter win at the 1968 Olympics, the Suede Classic will forever remain an iconic shoe. In order to give this perennial favorite a refresh, PUMA has teamed up with Anwar Carrots, co-founder of the artist collective Peas & Carrots International. The sneakers come in two different colorways, both of which have been designed to complement the minimal lines of the Suede Classic. One pair feature a grey upper, with a flash of orange on the side and bright turquoise laces and lining – the same colors of Peas & Carrots. The second pair feature the reverse colors, with the same orange as the lining and laces, and the pop of turquoise featuring on the side. Both pairs are sat on a gum sole and feature the Peas & Carrots logo on the heel and tongue patch. The sneakers will be available at select PUMA retailers beginning June 25.
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