While we recently brought you a preview of footwear designer Ronnie Fieg’s latest collaboration with PUMA, we’re now able to provide a more expansive and detailed visual view of the offering. The PUMA Disc originally launched in 1992, which Fieg himself made the sneaker “way ahead of its time,” particularly due to its unique lace-less closure system. While the homage to the original is clear, in Fieg’s new iteration, the Disc features a bold, “cove” blue body color as well as an updated, symmetrical toe box. Additionally, the new Disc includes what the designer calls the “mud guard” to the front of the vamp. The Ronnie Fieg x PUMA Disc Blaze OG sneaker will be available on November 23 for $140 USD from Kith NYC’s online shop.
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