Footpatrol’s PUMA Velophasis Is A Trip Down Memory Lane

Inspired by inflatable furniture of the 1990s.

Footpatrol’s PUMA Velophasis Is A Trip Down Memory Lane

Introduced alongside the aid of creative director Skepta, the PUMA Velophasis is the latest installment within the German sportswear brand’s expansive discography of footwear. Serving as the brand’s effective response to the ever-present “Dad shoe” trend, the mesh-dominant silhouette raised with a chunky sole unit now executes its first collaborative installment alongside London-based retailer Footpatrol.

Paying homage to the Y2K fashion trend, a medley of styles from sleek to outlandish are blended together atop the nostalgia-infused silhouette. Embracing the aesthetics of the early 2000s, the upcoming collaboration merges futuristic design choices with the modern runner for a hybrid of decades featuring reflective silver underlays. Imbued with a futuristic color palette comprised of “Metallic Silver” and icy blue hues, the upper relies upon a lofty amount of translucent materials while plush gel-branded heel logos reference the craze of inflatable furniture from the early 2000s.

The Footpatrol x PUMA Velophasis launches exclusively at Footpatrol in-store & online on Saturday, December 2nd. Sizes range from UK4 – UK12 and are priced at £140. In the meantime, enjoy a look at the pair below via official images.

For more collaborative efforts, Travis Scott may have another Air Jordan 1 Low in the works for 2024.

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