Three colorways of the PUMA Suede and one PUMA Blaze of Glory just dropped at midnight. Each Suede is only available in certain parts of the world, so it’ll be a hustle to cop all of ’em.
This is the second time that PUMA and Jeff Staple have teamed up in the last three years. Staple is famous for the Nike Dunk “Pigeon” colorway. These PUMA drops follow the same concept and similar color schemes.
The Suedes got black, grey and white treatments, along with a pink “dipping” on the heel, representing the feet of pigeons.
The Blaze of Glory features a combination of all Pigeon color schemes with a texture play of suede and mesh inspired by the concrete jungle.
The Suede Star White will be available in North and Latin America, the Suede Black in Asia Pacific, the Suede Frost Grey in Europe and the Middle East and the PUMA BOG x Staple is available worldwide. Here’s more from Staple, via press release, on why he regionalized the releases:
I miss the days when sneaker culture was all about the hunt. You might need to ask a favor from a relative in London, or hit up a homie in Tokyo in order to get grails you really needed. Times have changed in the culture and the way people get their kicks.
Staple’s Reed Space is the only store releasing all styles in their Lower East Side location in New York and online at staplepigeon.com on September 13, followed by the global release through PUMA stores and select retailer on September 17.
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