PUMA has mastered the art of reimagining OG silhouettes for modern tastes, and the recently released Fast Rider OG is no exception. Born in 1980, the Fast Rider originally came to fruition during a time when the running landscape shifted from the track to the street. Now PUMA is getting ready to make a shift of their own, revamping the Fast Rider OG into two new street-ready silhouettes: the PUMA Future Rider and the PUMA Style Rider.
PUMA is looking to the past to head into the future of casual-cool lifestyle options with the two latest iterations. The PUMA Rider collection utilizes new material play, color blocking, and the all-new Federbein shock absorbing RIDERFOAM tech for supreme cushioning and peak running performance. With the PUMA Future Rider, the silhouette hones in on a lightweight deconstructed upper with minimal padding, the newly developed RIDERFOAM for an easy bounce-back and a TPU heel stabilizer. While the PUMA Style Rider features a silicon molded heel deco, the new RIDERFOAM tech and all-new Federbein shock, its outsole has a more subtle appearance. Most importantly, both vintage-inspired options come through with a focus on versatility, bold design hits, strong performance capabilities and high-vis colorways to up the style ante.
The PUMA Future Rider and PUMA Style Rider are available now on the brand’s website. The Future Rider is priced at $80 USD and the Style Rider at $100 USD.