This week has been very busy for Puma. The global sneaker brand will be releasing sneakers from the NTRVL and Run the Streets Collections. Across the two ranges, Puma has dropped six different sneakers, which include the Tsugi Shinsei Nido, Tsugi Blaze evoKnit, Suede Ignite, Ignite Lmtlss Netfit, Tsugi Blaze Staple and Tsugi Shinsei Staple.
Tsugi Shinsei Nido
The Tsugi Shinsei Nido has been reworked to include two new colourways, the Toreador Red and Puma Black or the Lapis Blue and Puma White. As with the first drop from the range, the sneaker features a unique lacing concept for a progressive and comfortable fit. The Tsugi Shinsei Nido will be available at R2,499 from Puma stores, Sportscene online, The Index and selected retailers across the country.
Tsugi Blaze evoKnit
The Tsugi Blaze evoKnit includes Puma’s Ignite Foam technology, along with an engineered evoKnit upper and the signature Blaze of Glory lacing. The colourways included for the updated sneaker include tonal Black, White and Olive Night, as well Rock Ridge-Whisper White. The sneaker will be available at Puma stores, the Cross Trainer, Truworths and various retailers across the country at a cost of R2,199.
The Suede Ignite looks like a classic sneaker pulled straight from the Puma archives, but it features a whole new look and feel. As well as being fitted with the Ignite midsole for additional comfort, the sneaker is decked out in style, offering a colour-blocking upper made of rich nubuck and reflective accents. The Suede Ignite will be available from Puma Select stores, X-Trend and selected retailers nationwide at a price of R2,599.
Ignite Lmtlss Netfit
The Puma Ignite Lmtlss Netfit merges technology and design which allows users to lace up however they see fit. The reflective details turn it into a streetwear essential by Jeff Staple. The sneaker will be available at a cost of R2,499 at from Puma Select stores, X-Trend and selected retailers across South Africa.
Tsugi Blaze Staple and Tsugi Shinsei Staple
The Tsugi Blaze Staple will be available for R2,599, while the Tsugi Staple for R2,699. Both sneakers will be available from Puma Select stores, X-Trend and various other retailers.