February 6, 2014 BY Aaron Hope / 0
We’re hearing so much about the Olympics right around the corner, you might have forgotten that the World Cup is coming this summer. Rio de Janiero as a host city presents a unique opportunity for one of the brands most connected to the global game, and the German cat has indeed seized the day by resurrecting the Puma Brasil. This t-toed vulc-soled lowtop is something like Puma’s answer to the Nike Bruin, and here we see it done up in suede renditions for the namesake nation as well as one in black with a grey Formstripe for Japan. Click in for a closer view of both and stick with Sneaker News to see if these make it stateside.
Source: mita sneakers
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