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Sneakers Dec 10, 2008

Puma Spring 2009 Vintage Leather Pack

As part of their 60th anniversary celebrations, Puma will present for Spring 2009 the Vintage Leather Pack. The Limited Edition PUMA Vintage Leather Package proves that good style never goes out of style. The package launches classic… Read more
Sneakers Dec 3, 2008

Kozyndan x Puma Clyde Pack

Santa Monica based illustrators Kozyndan (Kozy & Dan) worked with Puma on a pack of Clydes. The pack consists of two colorways of the iconic sneaker, both featuring a washed paint upper, giving it a very interesting look. Both the … Read more
Sneakers Jun 23, 2008

Tommie Smith x Puma Clyde Pack

Initially we only expected the Tommie Smith x Puma Clyde Pack to consist of two colorways. Now we can confirm that it will consist of a total of 4 Clydes, some more loud in terms of design than others, overall … Read more
Sneakers Jun 1, 2008

Puma x Atmos Endangered Asian Species Pack

Exactly a month after Puma drops their endangered polar animals pack, the brand will follow-up with a set of three sneakers that take inspiration from dying out Asian animals. This time they worked on the classic Clyde and created the … Read more
Sneakers May 28, 2008

Puma Clyde “Frog Pack”

We did not really know what else to call it, so we gave it the name "Frog Pack". The pack consists of two Puma Clydes, each featuring a frog on the tongue tag and a fish on the heel. Both … Read more
Sneakers May 22, 2008

Puma x Atmos Endangered Species Polar Pack

This June, Puma will release a pack of three sneakers in collaboration with Atmos NY that take inspiration from different endangered polar animals. Each sneaker features photography by seasoned wildlife shutterbug Mitsuaki Iwago (National… Read more
Sneakers Apr 28, 2008

Puma Clyde Leather Pack

First offered in 1973 and named for the always sharply dressed (and sharp tongued) Walt “Clyde” Frasier, the Puma Clyde has become one of the brands most popular vintage offerings. Though at its best in suede, new versions of the … Read more
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