PUMA Hoops has been bringing the heat from the court to the streets. Having recently dropped the collaboration with J. Cole for the RS-Dreamer sneaker, the team are back. This time around, the brand has refreshed one of its classics, the PUMA Clyde All-Pro.
The PUMA Clyde All-Pro is an extension of the long list of sneakers from the Clyde range. The latest drop takes the style and performance from the court to the street with next-level additions.
Now in its third season back in basketball, the PUMA Clyde All-Pro is meant for the courts. It has been inspired by the original sneakers worn by Walt Clyde Frazier back in the 1970s. The sneaker has been redesigned with all the modern performance technologies bringing it into the future.
As a result, the sneaker brings an elevated performance-based sneaker perfect for on-court training. In addition, the ProFoam+ midsole and Pebax drop in the heel add both stability and cushioning underfoot. The new lightweight but durable Matryx woven upper is meant for speed and support.
In terms of design features, it has a low boot aesthetic. It has a textile tongue and lace closers system. Logos are found in the form of the PUMA Formstrip on the lateral and inner sides, the tongue and underneath on the outsole. The rubberised outsole also provides enhanced durability and traction.
There are two colourways available for the PUMA Clyde All-Pro. This includes the PUMA White and Blue Atoll, as well as the PUMA White and PUMA Black colourways.
The PUMA Clyde All-Pro retails for R2,699. It’s available online at PUMA.com, in PUMA Select stores, as well as retailers including The Cross Trainer and Shesha.