Italian Serie A striker Mario Balotelli is the face of a new FW15 collaboration between German sportswear brand PUMA and Japanese streetwear icon BAPE.

Integrating BAPE's Ape Head camouflage print with sportswear-oriented silhouettes from PUMA, the release introduces a range of co-branded apparel, footwear and accessories, including new takes on the R698 and Disc Blaze, FC Bape football jerseys, and even a selection of outerwear.

A PUMA x BAPE shark hoodie constitutes a highlight of the drop, emblazoned with the marques of both brands front and center on the chest. The accessory component includes bags, football socks and headbands, nicely rounding out the co-op collection.

The PUMA x BAPE FW15 collection will be released exclusively in BAPE stores globally on November 28, and later at select lifestyle retailers, such as SOTO Berlin, starting December 12.

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