May 26, 2013 BY Aaron Hope
When you ask a sneakerhead to name 1987 running shoes, dollars to donuts, their response will be Nike Air Max 1. Perhaps it was because Nike was facing such stiff competition that they came up with a revolutionary approach. Other brands were cranking out quality at that time (several forgotten adidas ZX models come to mind), and today we set our sights on the Puma TX-3. It’s got that quintessential late ’80s look with the suede and mesh upper, dual density wedge sole and prominent external heel counter, and these two colorways are straight up old school. Let us know which you like better after you see more below, then grab a pair from shops like SNS.
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