March 10, 2013 BY Aaron Hope
A nearly forgotten lowtop so far from the mainstream radar that the last pairs were built in a country that hasn’t existed in a quarter-century, the Puma Oslo returns for the first time since the late 1980s. This classic design was named after the site of the 1952 Winter Olympics, and while not exactly the most snow-ready of sneakers, these do indeed have a pristine look with white leather uppers giving way to blue or green Formstripes. Let us know how these rank against all the other cult classics that’ve been resurrected in recent memory, then grab your Oslos at Puma retailers like Size?
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