Puma describes the Thunder Desert as a "force of nature - and fashion." Released earlier this year, they feature a design inspired by 90s mixed with a unique modern and stylish twist. The latest colorways of the popular Puma Thunder Desert
are black/black or white/sail and crafted with premium materials. Both models feature a combination nubuck and mesh upper, faux animal skin, pull tabs, and a chunky sole. Check out the pics for the exquisite details. You can purchase both pairs of the Puma Thunder Desert
at Sneakerhead now.
The Puma Thunder Spectra
first released in April, but due to the overwhelming demand, it's back. Featuring a futuristic design that was inspired by the human anatomy, they are crafted with a combination of rich leather, soft nubuck, and premium mesh. They also boast rope laces, a quick webbing lacing system, heel pull tab, and an ultra comfortable IMEVA midsole. Yet, the most eye-catching design elements are the vibrant color blocking details that are a throwback to the 90s. Check out all the details in the pics. You can purchase your pair now at Sneakerhead.
Nowadays, the practice of altering classic sneakers is a common practice across most brands. This breathes new life into old models and allows current style trends or tech to be incorporated. This "Platform Strap" version of the Puma Suede, which originally released in 1968, is a great example of a revamped classic. Available in three colorways, including Dark Purple, Olive Night, or Cameo Brown, this design stays true to the original with a soft suede upper, but also features a laceless design with the addition of an adjustable strap, and a raised rubber "platform" sole. Check out the pics for details. You can purchase the Puma Suede Platform Strap
at Sneakerhead now.
The Puma Tsugi Shinsei
is an innovative model that boasts an unconventional lacing system. Instead of a traditional lacing design, this sporty & stylish sneaker features opposing pairs of loops that sit atop bootie construction. This enables the laces to lock down the tongue and either come together at the top into a bow, be stuffed under the cover, or whatever other creation you prefer. Plus, they also feature knit sock-like construction, Puma's signature IGNITE foam cushioning, leather side panels, and a razor-edged rubber outsole. Available in three colorways, you can purchase the Puma Tsugi Shinsei
at Sneakerhead now.
Originally released in 1973, the Puma Clyde was named after basketball player Walt "Clyde" Frazier. Although the first model was crafted with a soft suede upper, Puma is now releasing this classic in new never-seen-before materials, like this latest reptilian collection. The Puma Clyde "Snake Pack"
contains three models with an allover snakeskin pattern. Available in red, silver, or black, they also boast metallic silver lettering, black laces, and an off-white outsole. Check out the pics for all the slithering details. You can purchase your favorite colorway at Sneakerhead now.
Sometimes when you alter the look of a classic sneaker things can go wrong. But, that's not the case with the Puma Suede Platform Core
. Ever since this "heightened" model released, they have received a very warm reception, and Puma keeps releasing more options for you to choose from. The two latest colorways to hit the shelves include season-appropriate "Coral Cloud" and soft "Halogen Blue". Both models are crafted in traditional suede, feature tonal laces, and a "platform" rubber sole. They are available to purchase now at Sneakerhead.
Earlier this month Puma released the "Puma Clyde Dressed Part Deux," a refined take on the classic Clyde with premium leather and quilted stitching details. Now, they're at it again and Clyde fans who appreciate this model's timeless style and versatility are rejoicing. The "Puma Clyde Natural Pack" features a trio of refined models constructed with premium leather and tonal laces. One of those models includes the "Vachetta Tan"
edition. Crafted with buttery tan leather, they also feature metallic gold details, and come packed in an exclusive retro box. You can purchase all three Puma Clyde Natural models now at Sneakerhead.
Named after basketball star Walt "Clyde" Frazier, the Puma Clyde originally released in 1973. Known for his skills on the court and his impeccable style off the court, Frazier led the New York Knickerbockers to two NBA Championships and was inducted into the NBA Hall of Fame in 1987. The popular Puma Clyde was crafted durable suede, featured metallic "Clyde" script on the side panels, and signature Puma Formstrip detail. This "Dressed Part Deux"
strays from the original with a premium leather upper, allover stitching details, and comes packaged in an exclusive box. A clean approach that adds a modern touch to a classic. Shop both colorways now at Sneakerhead.
Earlier this year Puma released a women's rendition of the classic Suede with a raised platform. After ringing endorsements by their celebrity endorsers, including Rihanna, Kylie Jenner, and Cara Delevingne, this popular update has received a warm reception. Now, just in time for the holidays, Puma's dropping another version of this raised Suede design. The Suede Platform Elemental
is available in three distinct colorways that all sit atop a platform rubber outsole. The upper is constructed of a "hairy" or "fuzzy" suede for a unique look. Check out the pics for details purchase your pair now at Sneakerhead.
Originally released in the late 1960s, the Puma Suede is a true sneaker classic. For fall 2016, Puma is elevating this timeless model and presenting a versatile collection of women's-only Suede models. The Puma Suede Platform
features the same suede upper design as the original, but that's where the similarities end. The familiar upper sits atop an elevated rubber outsole with ridged tooling accents, which gives your fall style a fashionable lift. They are available in three distinct colorways, including Puma Black, Barbados Cherry, and Peacoat. You can purchase this "classic sport meets modern style" sneaker at Sneakerhead today.
Coming off an electrifying and dominating performance in the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, Usain Bolt is undoubtedly one of the most popular athletes in the world. And, Bolt's partnership with Puma seems to grow more and more with every gold-medal winning race. Their latest collab sneaker is the Puma Ignite Dual Bolt
. Appropriately designed with gold accents, they also boast a full-length energy-returning Ignite cushioning foam midsole, breathable textile upper, reflective details, and Bolt's signature on the lateral side of the forefoot. Although there can only be one fastest man on the planet,
the Puma Ignite Dual Bolt
aims to provide comfort at any speed. Shop now at Sneakerhead.
Worn by Kylie Jenner in her first Puma campaign, when the Puma Fierce dropped earlier this year they sold out quickly. Now, this fashionable athleisure model is back and available in more colorways and materials, like the upcoming Puma Fierce "Gold Pack."
Available in black or white, and sharing striking metallic gold accents, they were designed to transition seamlessly from the gym to the streets. Both Puma Fierce models are also constructed with a sleek laceless design, feature comfortable flatlock stitching, convenient pull tabs, and a translucent outsole with gold glitter. Look for "Gold Pack" at Sneakerhead on July 29th.
With the recent signings of Rihanna and Kylie Jenner, Puma women's footwear has been getting a lot of attention lately. And, one of their newest releases that has been turning heads is the Puma Eskiva
. Available in a high and mid cut, the Puma Eskiva
is a modern take on the classic boxing sneaker. They feature a combination leather and textile upper, heel pull tab, ultra slim midsole, and classic Puma Formstrip. The complete the look, they come with ultra wide laces that were inspired by a boxer's hand wrap. You can pick up this "sport meets fashion" model at Sneakerhead today.
The trend of transforming retro running sneakers into stylish lifestyle models continues to grow in popularity. And for Fall 2015, Puma is bringing this concept to the popular XT2 model. The Puma XT2+ Leather
is a refined rendition of a classic running model. They are constructed with a premium perforated leather upper, feature a reflective underlay, and boast Puma's signature Trinomic Cushioning System. This Puma model is available in brown or black, and due to their versatile style, can be dressed up or down. Shop for this limited model now at Sneakerhead.
The appropriately named Puma Suede "Mono-Iced Pack"
is a new rendition of a classic basketball sneaker. Originally released in 1968 and immediately recognized for its sleek suede upper, today the Suede is a stylish lifestyle model available in more iterations than ever before. The Puma Suede "Mono-Iced Pack"
is available High Risk Red, Black, Fair Aqua, and Meadow Mauve. Every colorway has a sleek monochromatic suede upper, fresh metallic gold accents, and a matching icy translucent outsole. Pick up your favorite colorway, or all four, now at Sneakerhead.