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Puma RS X Space Explorer PUMA RS-X nasa
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Puma RS X Space Explorer PUMA RS-X nasa
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Puma RS X Space Explorer PUMA RS-X nasa
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Brand: PUMA

Model: PUMA x Space Explorer Pack including the RS-X, RS 9.8, and Cell Alien.

Key Features: Hot off the 50th anniversary of landing on the moon, PUMA’s Space Explorer Pack is an intergalactic salute to the Space Race. The three sneakers featured in the drop, including the Foot Locker-exclusive RS-X Space Agency kicks, have everything from moon-textured silver, iridescent black to translucent rubber, and enough mesh to fill a space station. And, across the shoes and the accompanying apparel line, the NASA branding brings it all home.

Release Date: July 20, 2019

Buy: The RS-X Space Agency is available exclusively at Foot Locker, and the RS 9.8 Space Agency and Cell Alien are available at Foot Locker, PUMA.com, PUMA shops, and select retailers worldwide.

Editor’s Notes: Crash landing on earth in a selection of apparel and sneakers, PUMA’s Space Explorer Pack arrives just in time to give you a ‘fit worth flexing at the Area 51 raid. Boasting three silhouettes – the RS-X Space Agency, RS 9.8 Space Agency, and Cell Alien Space Agency – the pack’s shining star is the Foot Locker-exclusive special edition RS-X Space Agency. The chunky silhouette features translucent rubber and moon-texture silver overlays and sees the NASA logo slapped onto the midsole. Alongside the RS-X, there’s a RS 9.8 edition of the Space Agency and an interstellar, iridescent Liquid Cell Omega colorway, as well as a line of NASA-branded shirts and hoodies. Whether you’re a moon landing fan or think it was all a hoax filmed by Stanley Kubrick, there’s no debate that this is the most fashionable way to celebrate the 50th anniversary of (maybe) landing on the moon.

The RS-X Space Agency, RS 9.8 Space Agency, and Cell Alien Space Agency are available now and retail at £100/$125, £75/$95, and £110/$140 respectively.

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