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atmos x Puma Clyde ‘Leopard’

October 31, 2011 BY / 0

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The Puma Clyde has enjoyed quite the resurgence in 2011, a comeback we should’ve seen coming after Sneaker Freaker commemorated the start of this classic lowtop’s fifth decade of service with a special edition book right around New Years.   After this came a series of collaborations with Undefeated and most recently a two-pack designed by Tokyo-based sneaker specialists, atmos.  The Japanese store is back at it again, this time taking a cue from UNDFTD’s ‘Stripe-Off’ pack for a new atmos x Puma Clyde LPD whose side panel Formstripes remain in tact, but who’ve had their signature gold foil branding removed.  That draws more attention to the Leopard print uppers, but a black leather overlay will remind you that these are indeed crafted by a German cat.  Click through to see more angles and expect these in stock at atmos come mid-November.

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