Sports brand PUMA takes its signature RS design to a new level with the RS-X³: cubed, enhanced, extra. Featuring amplified detailing on the upper, layers of texture, stronger material mix and vibrant color combinations, the all-new RS-X³ Level Up and RS-X³ Puzzle enter a new dimension of fashion rooted in athletics.
The RS-X³ Level Up stands out with its bold splashes of coral and azure blue across its black mesh upper and includes a multi-colored rubber outsole and light PU midsole. The RS-X³ Puzzle features a light mesh upper with blue, red, black and turquoise color pops, an eye-catching PUMA logo on the heel and RS-X branding on the tongue webbing as well as its white Formstrip made of synthetic leather. The game-inspired unisex sneaker is available in a white, red and blue color combo or in a white and pink colorway and also includes kids’ kicks.
Dialed up to the third power, RS-X³ Level Up will be available on PUMA.com, PUMA stores and selected retailers on November 2, while RS-X³ Puzzle launches globally on November 9.
Taking over trails with style and hitting streets with performance, PUMA follows once again its sports heritage path. Always grounded in sports, PUMA brings back memories of the early 2000s with the PUMA Trailfox Overland and PUMA Nitefox Highway, that got their classic design updated with vibrant colours and latest performance features.
Originally engineered to withstand the hardest conditions while providing comfort and stability for trail running, PUMA Trailfox Overland revamps its look with a new upper, adding overlays, breathable mesh details in blue and a nubuck eyestay overlay in turquoise. Honoring its primary mission to cope with any condition, the kick also features a special cord lock lacing system inspired by trail running, stitching details for extra reinforcement and colour-blocking in vibrant coral, turquoise and light grey for additional visibility. Alongside with this bold colour version, PUMA introduces the PUMA X HELLY HANSEN Trailfox MTS with webbing tape details and nubuck overlays on the quarter.
Elevate your performance with PUMA Nitefox Highway, that takes outdoor design elements and merges them with current streetstyle trends. The shoe features a bold look with its bright colour combination in vibrant blue, vivid red lacing, curved and rugged outsole in neon yellow and black as well as its reflective detailing. Additionally, PUMA X HELLY HANSEN Nitefox comes dressed in black, orange and green colour mix embellished with eyecatching zig-zag stitching and its transparent heat cut CPU formstrip.
Follow your path with the PUMA Trailfox and PUMA Nitefox kicks, available globally on PUMA.com, PUMA stores and selected retailers from September 26.
FAST RIDER OG
Featuring the PUMA Fast Rider OG First arriving on the scene in the ‘80s with the motto ‘Ride On’, Puma’s Fast Rider brings its wavey new design back for the season. Helping to move running from the track to the streets, the OG jogging shoe merges the past with the future to create a retro-fuelled style for a modern audience.
With PUMA’s RS-Xᶟ LEVEL UP, everything: this is the next stage in sneaker style. The black ground is tipped with arresting flashes of cobalt, coral and baby blue, while a host of textures – from hardwearing mesh to soft suede and luxurious, high-shine leather – create a bold contrast.
PUMA TRAILFOX OVERLAND & PUMA STYLE RIDER OG
The Trailfox Overland throws back to the early ’00s, PUMA revives the Trailfox, a sneaker with its roots in trail running and its eyes on a future on the feet of fashionistas.
Style Rider celebrats the tech advancements its original Fast Rider made in the ‘80s, PUMA offers a modern update to the classic runner with the Style Rider. Retaining the playful retro visuals of the OG
PUMA X ADER ERROR
Ensuring your style is never compromised due to cold weather, PUMA collaborates with Seoul-based brand ADER error to deliver a capsule that merges futuristic styling with retro silhouettes.
PUMA X ADER ERROR T7 TRACK TOP & PANT
Fusing retro sporting styles with Korean designer influences, PUMA teams up with ADER error for a third time to deliver a capsule that represents both the past and future
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