Nr. 1 in streetwear category
New Balance sneaker with a synthetic upper, suede heel renforcement, N print at both sides, Revlite technology in the midsole and Fantom Fit wearability.
Puma x Trapstar: exclusive capsule collection in collaboration with the London fashion label. A neverending story: the Puma Suede originally released in 1968 and since then it has always been at the center on sports and fashion. It was on Tommie Smith and John Carlos podium while they made The 1968 Olympics Black Power salute, it ruled 1970s NBA courts, and from 1980s 'till now it's regulary spotted on feet of artists and athletes across the globe. It's called Suede because it's the first sporty sneakers ever to use an all suede upper. Nowadays its cool just as old times: classic thick rubber sole, iconic Puma contrast weave and, in this special collaboration, Trapstar logos printed on tongue, laces and heel.
Globe skateboarding shoes, the Tilt has the right stability to be worn on deck but a thinner look than most of other skate kicks, perfect for an averyday use. The upper is made of nubuck and synthetic, the lining is padded but soft. Globe logos on external side, padded tongue and heel plus a large 'Globe' script.
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Globe skateboarding shoes, the Sabre is without doubt Globe's most famous silhouette. The padded tongue and the internal part of the upper are sewed together to form a sort of sockliner that combined with the large soles enanches stability during skateboarding practice. The upper is made of nubuck with plastic renforcements, the lining is padded but soft and the soles contain air units to absorb impacts.