Kith Introduces The New Puma Tsugi With A Special Kithstrike Release

April 11th, 2017 by

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Renowned sneaker shop Kith helps Puma introduce a brand new silhouette this spring with a special Kithstrike drop of the new Tsugi silhouette. The stylish new model from Puma features a unique look inspired by Japanese design, built with Puma’s modern Ignite foam sole and on-trend knit sock upper with a futuristic “shield” paneling and lacing system.

Kith will debut the Tsugi exclusively before it hits other retailers, releasing three colorways including black, triple white, and a very limited Kithstrike colorway in an olive green upper with an orange sole inspired by vintage aviator jackets. To launch the Kithstrike version, Kith has teamed with Puma to create a limited run of 50 Kith Treats cereal boxes that will be released tomorrow, April 12th at Kith Brooklyn. Inside each box is a ticket that guarantees customers the opportunity to purchase one of the 150 pairs of the olive and orange colorway on Friday, April 14th at either Kith Soho or Brooklyn. There will also be a limited online release of the shoe via Kith at an undisclosed time.

All three colorways of the Puma Tsugi release Friday, April 14th at Kith’s Soho and Brooklyn locations and Kith.com.

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