PUMA and NYC streetwear stalwart ALIFE present another instalment to their flourishing partnership for the spring/summer 2016 season. This latest collaboration is comprised of two parts; the first being a sportswear range inspired by the crew’s love for football, while the second portion is a tribute to the brand’s deep roots in New York.
A pair of jerseys emblazoned with ALIFE’s 158 print pay homage to the brand’s 158 Rivington Street location on the Lower East Side, while the Nylon Archive Wind Jacket has been resurrected from PUMA’s archives in street-ready fashion. Despite their heritage aesthetics, the garments feature high-performance attributes including dry cell technology and a double knit, wicking-finish to ensure you’re ready to take the pitch at any time.
Of course, any PUMA and ALIFE collaboration would not be complete without a range of footwear. For this season the two have revisited the sportswear manufacturer’s Blaze of Glory silhouette, which has been executed in a combination of neoprene and nubuck leather across its upper, while the Trinomic midsole boasts speckled detailing. In addition, two classic R698 models in light and dark variations have also been made available alongside a collaborative STATES model that boasts a glossy snakeprint leather makeup.