Straying away from the tonal look seen as of late, this time around the mesh and leather upper sports tones of burgundy and black. Following the multi-layered look of the upper, the sole portion of the shoe features a mixture of sculpted portions amounting in one exaggerated sole unit. Mostly devoid of branding, subtle PUMA branding comes in the form of a minimal winding stripe at the midfoot and the brand’s motif on the tongue tab.
Priced at $120 USD, look for the PUMA Thunder Spectra “Burgundy/Black” to release sometime in August.
In case you missed it, the STAMPD x PUMA 88-18 now has an official release date.