Following hot on the heels of an extensive “Cliques” collection with The Hundreds,
Built of leather and synthetics, the uppers are dressed in a flat matte black hue, with taped seams and top eyestays done up in a glowing green. Bright red embellishments are scattered across the front, back and sides, with the most notable being hazard symbols on the lateral heel and “Caution” printed on each toebox. Stripped-back exposed foam tongues present a gigantic fabric tag complete with barcodes, PUMA’s leaping cat logo and factory-style text that would typically be relegated to the shoe’s inner workings. Black midsoles and tri-color outsoles complete the look.
The PUMA Palace Guard “Er.ror” is available now via the PUMA webstore, and is priced at a palatable $90 USD.
Elsewhere, ESPN‘s The Last Dance, a docu-series chronicling the journey of Michael Jordan and his 1997-98 Chicago Bulls has become the world’s most popular documentary, recently overtaking Tiger King to claim the top spot.