After recently working on the classic Clyde silhouette, PUMA and Diamond Supply Co. are back with the second part from their collaboration.

The Diamond Blue Clyde, which originally dropped on Black Friday, will be making its way to additional retailers this weekend, while the sneaker also comes optioned in tonal black and cream. The low-tops are equipped with matching laces and boast PUMA and Diamond co-branding on the tongue and alongside. Textured detail can then be seen at the heel and on the side.

Look for the latest PUMA x Diamond Supply Co. sneaker release to take place on December 10. The Clyde retails for $110 USD and the Suede for $100 USD.

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