PUMA's Thunder Spectra Is Restocking at the End of the Month

Your second chance.

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PUMA’s Thunder Spectra was first spotted back in January and finally made its official debut just last month. Having been met with great applause in the streetwear scene, the shoe is set to make a return at the end of the month for those who were unable to cop them the first time around.

The bold color-blocked shoe, which pays homage to PUMA’s past collaborations and silhouettes including the PUMA x McQueen collaboration, is crafted from mesh and nubuck. PUMA finishes off the shoe’s dad vibes by adding in an eye-catching chunky midsole.

The PUMA Thunder Spectra will re-hit PUMA retailers, Puma.com, Foot Locker, Shoe Palace and other select retailers on Friday, May 25 for $120 USD.

For more sneaker releases, the AJ3 “Hall of Fame” isn’t the only heat inducted into this week’s footwear drops.

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