MIHARAYASUHIRO x Puma Tennis Lo

February 26, 2012 BY

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Mihara Yasuhiro’s first collaborations with Puma a few years back might have been one of the most overlooked lifestyle designs of the ’00s, a series of classically styled canvas sneakers whose soles featured all the waviness you’d expect if they were melting off your feet.  These new designs are also quite unique in their own right, but you still can easily identify the MY design influence thanks to those unmistakable lateral rivets.  The Mihara Yasuhiro x Puma Tennis Lo brings together four pairs whose uppers have been split into front and rear sections, the result of which is some interesting contrasts.  They range from tonal greys to one that puts a Union Jack on its toe, and you can see all four of them when you click below.  Puma’s collaborative efforts in recent months have been the brand’s most high profile releases; where do these Black Label designs stand in comparison to UNDFTD’s prolific efforts?  via HB

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