November 12, 2010 BY John Kim / 0
Puma’s lifestyle appeal has been one of the bigger success over the decade. It’s a huge hit out in Europe and many non-sneakerheads point to the brand for the sleeker, form-fitting casual shoes and sneakers. Puma’s Euro-influenced design is a major reason why it separates itself from other athletic brands in the states, and the Urban Mobility label is one example of how Puma can really outdo itself. New to the Urban Mobility Collection is the Puma Hilander, a mid/high-top sneaker boot with a laceless construction and two thick velcro straps holding down your feet. The luxurious leather upper is matched with a number of features that emphasize Puma designer Hussein Chayalan’s attention to detail. Check out the detailed shots of the Puma Urban Hilander after the jump and watch for these to hit select Puma retailers as they are now available at Singapore’s Leftfoot. via streething.