Season: SS20

Key Pieces: The Alteration NU in slide #4. The shoe is predominantly constructed from suede and nylon with rubber overlays, in addition to an eye-catching chunky sole.

Release Date: March 7

Buy: PUMA.com and RH-UDE.com

Editor’s Notes: PUMA and RHUDE have come together for their second collaborative collection, delivering a new motorsport-inspired range of apparel and footwear. Designed for Spring/Summer 2020, the assortment incorporates reflective elements that give the styles a more modern look.

With an emphasis on functionality, the range is led by a utility vest featuring a seat belt webbing strap and plastic buckle that allows you to adjust the fit. The front closure incorporates metal press buttons. The vest is branded with tonal PUMA x RHUDE embroidery on the front pocket.

Another highlight from the line is the half-zip jacket with a kangaroo storage pocket. Featuring a graphic rubber print at the lower back, the outerwear is detailed with elastic cuffs and waistband with drawcords for an adjustable fit.

PUMA and RHUDE's SS20 apparel styles are complemented by three sneakers in the Performer, Alteration NU, and Ralph Sampson Lo. The collection is capped off with a reversible bucket hat that is fully reflective with 3D embroidery on one side.

The new PUMA x RHUDE collection launches this Saturday, March 7. Prices range from $45 to $175.

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