After last year’s technology-inspired drop, Tokyo design firm GraphersRock once again teams up with
GraphersRock outfitted the pair with one monotone and one multicolored colorway apiece. The Tsugi Kori arrives in all-black, while the Disc Blaze sports an all-white colorway — appropriate for techwear aficionados who shun color. Both offer small white graphics across the upper and midsole alike, which vary between geometric shapes and small phrases like “TOKYO JAPAN” while the PUMA logo also appears alongside biohazard and abstract symbols. The Disc Blaze boasts a graphic sockliner, while the Tsugi Kori features the graphic hit on the top of the shoe, beneath the elastic bootie.
Both shoes arrive at PUMA’s Harajuku store and web shop on December 1 — and all other PUMA Japan locations the next day — for approximately $160 USD to $180 USD. Another PUMA silhouette, the Tsugi Jun, recently received its own lookbook.