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mita sneakers x Puma Suede “Panther”

December 23, 2012 BY / 0

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Puma were ahead of their time in 2008, releasing a trio of Suede lowtops whose macro leopard print would be a logical progression with the recent animal print craze now firmly entrenched.  After leopard usurped cheetah’s throne and Gourmet went to left field for their ocelot makeups, the latest branch to explore on the feline family tree as we move into 2013 is the panther.  This new mita sneakers x Puma Suede we saw in brief a few days ago is positioned as one of the earliest representations of this rosette pattern (quite similar to leopard, really), but this Japanese exclusive is only available at Puma Store Osaka.

 

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