In an interesting collaboration, Puma has teamed up with Tokyo retailer mita sneakers on the Puma Suede low top sneaker. Rather than just going with some new colors, graphics or materials, mita sneakers really created a new version of the iconic sneaker, with the cycler at mind.

The Puma Suede Cycle comes in two colorways, featuring a lace flap, the classic multicolor stripe on the back that is very present in all classic cycling gear, and the highlight of the sneakers is for sure the integrated back light for more safety on the bike. The outcome is a clean and functional sneaker, that will without any doubt find its fans.

The mita sneakers x Puma Suede Cycle releases on February 15, 2013 at mita sneakers and other retailers.

Watch the video here below, to better understand the new sneaker's functionality.

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