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Mita Sneakers x Puma Clyde – Made in Japan

December 29, 2008 BY / 0

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Mita Sneakers x Puma Clyde - Made in Japan

Just yesterday, we mentioned we haven’t seen too many major collaborations from Puma recently but looks like Puma is back in the game for 2009. For this project, Japan based Mita Sneakers is using the “Made in Japan” Clyde which is slightly different than the molds used in the used in the rest of the world. With out being too obvious with the red and white rising sun graphic, Mita has decided on a black and blue rising sun image instead on the upper. Mita is set to release this Puma Mita Clyde this coming January 2nd, 2009.

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Mita Sneakers x Puma Clyde - Made in Japan

Mita Sneakers x Puma Clyde - Made in Japan

Mita Sneakers x Puma Clyde - Made in Japan

Mita Sneakers x Puma Clyde - Made in Japan

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