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Kyle Kuzma And Rhude’s Rhuigi Offer Up A New Interpretation Of The Puma Clyde All-Pro Kuzma

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Rhuigi Villaseñor, the man behind the LA-based label RHUDE, reportedly left his PUMA collaborations behind in 2020. But, as announced this past week, the designer is coming back to offer Kyle Kuzma an assist, helping the star athlete with the design of the brand new Puma Clyde All-Pro Kuzma Low.

This marks the two’s second collaborative effort, the first released during the Fall of last year. And like the high-top predecessor, the Low-Top features quite a bit of Rhuigi’s input. Gum soles sit below a knit frame, one that mixes together cream notes with grey neutrals and louder orange color. Adjacent, the PUMA name is written in bold along the profile, its oblique font clad atop thick, supportive leather flaps. Laces and tongues finish in a more ordinary white shade, while both the lining and counter contrast in full black. What’s more, the tongue features an all-over graphic, one that celebrates Kuzma in bolder fashion.

For a closer-up look, see the imagery below. A release is currently set to hit Puma.com, Foot Locker, and select retailers on March 27th.

In other news, the Bad Bunny Forum Buckle Low is coming in pink.

Puma Clyde All-Pro Kuzma
Release Date: Mar. 27th, 2021 (Saturday)
Mens: $140

Make sure to follow @kicksfinder for live tweets during the release date.

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