Nr. 1 in streetwear category
First released as a basketball shoe back in 1968, the Puma Clyde is still one of most beloved models from the brand's catalogue. It's now back in this new version with a premium soft suede upper, contrast details, padded tongue and the classic thick rubber sole.
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Ben Osborne, editor in chief of SLAM Magazine, has created a new book about sneaker culture titled Slam Kicks: Basketball Sneakers that Changed the Game. The 208-page paperback book features 250 color illustrations of some of the most important sneakers to ever touch the hardwood, from Converse Chuck Taylor All-Stars and Nike Air Jordan 1s, to Puma Clydes and the Nike Air Max CB2. The 33 pairs are organized chronologically for the most part, with essays by Scoop Jackson, Lang Whitaker, John Brilliant, and Russ Bengtson included in the mix. Slam Kicks isn't encyclopedic in scope, but it does provide extensive information about the nearly three dozen pairs that fill its pages, and the players and teams that made them important. Yes, Michael Jordan is well represented, and Kobe, Penny, and Lebron make appearances, but it's the inclusion of people like Charles Barkley, Dee Brown, Rick Barry, George Gervin, Walt Frazier, and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar that makes this book legit.