The iconic PUMA Suede sneaker has always been somewhat of a renegade model, even from its first year of production. That year, 1968, it was the sneaker of choice for Olympian and civil rights activist Tommie Smith, and later became the first signature sneaker in NBA history – worn by the great and stylishly bold Walt “Clyde” Frazier. Now 45 years old, the PUMA Suede receives yet another trendy makeover with its release of the “ANML” Pack. Having produced all-over leopard print Suedes in the past, PUMA adds two new colorways in black and white as well as a red, black and white scheme. Expect to see this range at select retailers within the coming weeks.
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