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Puma Suede – Navy – Red

August 26, 2013 BY / 0

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The material that typically covers its relatively simple upper right there in the name, the Puma Suede is just a Formstripe and lace coloring choice away from being done ‘tonal’ each time out.  We’ve seen a few of these in the past several years, and all have satisfied, but here’s the first that takes the look all the way down to the sole.  This new Suede would make Elvis proud, totally dipped in navy blue with the exception of a red tongue tag and the standard gold leaf branding.  These also offer red alternate laces for a more explosive appeal, but one that’s equally in line with today’s trends.  A timeless classic sneaker done up with a thoroughly modern style, these are available today at spots like Size?


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