Shoe Palace & PUMA Celebrate Summer with New "Falling Coconuts" Collection

A new PUMA RS-X stands at the center of the collaboration.

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One month after linking up with Jordan Brand for a new iteration of the Air Jordan 1 dubbed the Air Jordan 1 HI OG “SP Gina,” Shoe Palace teams up with PUMA for a collaborative line known as the “Falling Coconuts” collection.

Notably, a new spin on the PUMA RS-X stands at the center of the collaboration, with white, teal, grey and black tones adding to the original silhouette’s exterior.  Special “wave design” adorns this RX-X’s upper, while the insole features special “beach front artwork.”  Additionally, several new apparel items are being introduced to support the arrival of the aforementioned sneaker; taking in consideration the summer staples that can be found in most closets, Shoe Palace and PUMA have produced a new range of t-shirts, shorts and accessories.

Created to celebrate the care-free spirit of summer, Shoe Palace and PUMA’s “Falling Coconuts” release emphasizes colorways that represent the “ultimate summer destination,” resulting in vibrant summertime tones. The “Falling Coconuts” name also comes from a “popular slogan and warning sign you see on beaches around the world,” and the “Caution” tabs at the back of the RS-X collaboration were created to symbolize “the need to stay on your toes and to be cautious of your surroundings.”

You can take a look at Shoe Palace and PUMA’s new “Falling Coconuts” collection above, and the collaboration’s offerings are scheduled to see release on June 28 via Shoe Palace’s physical locations and the official Shoe Palace website.

For more, check out a first look at the Chinatown Market and PUMA’s new sneaker collaboration.

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