Ronnie Fieg x Puma Disc Blaze OG “Cove”

November 16, 2012 BY

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Might we be lucky enough to squeeze in another Ronnie Fieg classic running collabos before the end of 2012?  Signs are pointing to yes, with the ‘Salmon Toe’ New Balance 1300 and ‘Total Eclipse’ Asics Gel Lyte IIIs previewed as ‘upcoming sneaker collaborations’ alongside the Ronnie Fieg x Puma Disc Blaze ‘Cove’ have already come and gone.  And with Fieg’s subtly revised take on Puma’s most recognizable ’90s design showing up for the second time this week, we can’t help but wonder if release info is right around the corner.  The biggest new development today sees Kith’s ‘Just Us’ tagline applied to the rear midsole section that typically boasts of this model’s Trinomic cushioning platform.  It’s a flowing script we’ve seen before on Kith clothes and packaging, but how do you feel about its prominent placement on this upcoming release?  Let us know after you’ve seen more of the second Ronnie Fieg ‘Coves’ after the jump, and look for them to drop this Black Friday, November 23rd.


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