EN NOIR and PUMA's Upcoming Collab Kicks Sport Spider Web Design

Made from buttery suede.

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Edgy luxe streetwear label EN NOIR and sportswear brand PUMA have collaborated on a revamped Suede 50 model. To match EN NOIR’s dark signature aesthetic, the special pair gets crafted from buttery black suede and punctuated with a spider-web embroidery at the back panels. Silver studs and logo embossed tongues finish up the sneakers for a slightly detailed appearance. The web embroidery is actually inspired by EN NOIR founder Rob Garcia‘s tattoos.

This monochromatic pair also celebrates 50 years of PUMA’s classic silhouette. There’s no price information yet but the product will drop on December 15 at select PUMA stockists and the sports brand’s official webshop.

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