Global sports brand Puma and Amsterdam-based streetwear label Daily Paper have once again joined forces by releasing an African football-inspired range.
The latest Puma X Daily Paper collaboration pays homage to Puma’s 20-year commitment to African football, with the release of new apparel and several new classic silhouettes to accompany it. The graphics and colourways from the new range feature patterns from a bygone era in African football, reminiscent of the classic kits worn in the ’70s and ’80s by Ghana, Cameroon and Ivory Coast.
Their collaboration with Daily Paper, who’ve made their mark on the streetwear scene since 2010, showcases the cultural identity of African football with classic, tailored, rugged looks and eclectic materials. The collection includes:
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Easy Rider Sock
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