Puma Clyde Leather Pack

With the last few years bringing multi-colored and often complex themed release in abundance, we’ve seen an apparent return to the roots of many vintage and retro models which have quickly been integrated into the lifestyle market. Puma’s almighty Clyde can be seen in black, baby blue and red full leather uppers. Source: Bingorunner

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With the last few years bringing multi-colored and often complex themed release in abundance, we’ve seen an apparent return to the roots of many vintage and retro models which have quickly been integrated into the lifestyle market. Puma’s almighty Clyde can be seen in black, baby blue and red full leather uppers.

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