September 23, 2012 BY Aaron Hope
Puma has released some intriguing lifestyle designs during the second half of 2012, many thanks to collaborations with high fashion minds. The new Puma Tawsh doesn’t have a co-signer attached, but it manages a similarly luxurious and forward-thinking result thanks to pairing a fairly traditional chukka-ish vamp with a unique cork midsole that has us wondering how long it will be before the printed/patterned trend extends to our soles beyond the typical speckling and gradients. Cork works well with both grey and black suede builds, both of which you can see in greater detail below.
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