Is the PUMA Suede back for good?
With a monochromatic punch, the latest PUMA Suede boosts its timeless silhouette in bright colors — and on the feet of big stars.
Now called a cult classic, the PUMA Suede dates back to 1968. It's been the definitive choice for over 53 years for many — from being the sneaker Tommie Smith and John Carlos wore in the '68 Olympics Black Power salute to being on the feet of ’80s breakdancers, late-’90s skaters & 2021's everyday fits.
The pair is now refreshed as the Suede XXI, offering both monochromatic power colors, such as purple, blue, and red, and creamy colors that display what the suede upper has to offer.
Still relevant to this day, PUMA's famous silhouette makes clear by its name that they're all about quality. That's what made Suede so ideal for breakdancing, skateboarding, Olympics medal ceremonies, and private jets. Year after year.
The return of the "low-profile" sneaker is more real than ever. With all that's happening in the world, people do want comfort, freedom, durability, and timeless designs. If we dare to say so, maybe that's the push brands need to stay relevant as the decades go by.
On the pricing side, the PUMA Suede sneakers cost up to $70 USD on the brand's webstore.
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