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Puma Trinomic Trail Mid + Lo

July 15, 2012 BY / 0

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Sneaker News gave you a first look at the Puma Trinomic Trail last month, so judging by the design and its name, it was entirely reasonable to expect more colorways to follow up on the fall 2012 debut.  And that’s true today as we see four new styles arrive to retail before that previewed look, but now we also know that two of them are another model in the series.  The Trinomic Trail Mid and Lo are as similar as their names would suggest, but the higher cut version opts to lay its lockdown system atop the Formstripe.  This along with variances in blocking keep two of the same palette from feeling redundant and you can see those along with the greater differences between red-accented grey and black pairs, in more photos below.  Puma has been building some momentum with this line and its Faas Trail releases; leave a comment to let us know how these rank against Nike ACG and other outdoorsy competitors, then grab your Trinomic Trails at Shelta.

 

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