Topic: Sporty style is the standard with PUMA
puma shoes sale sent shock waves through the sneaker industry this summer with the surprising announcement that they were re-launching their long-dormant basketball line. With the signings of promising rookies like Marvin Bagley III, DeAndre Ayton, and Michael Porter, the German brand is aiming to make inroads on a market that’s long been dominated by the likes of Nike and adidas. Now, it’s time for their first real foray into basketball footwear in over two decades, as the inagural Clyde Court Disrupt is set to drop soon. The shoe takes cues from the classic Puma Clyde but isn’t tied down by the past — as it features a knit upper and Puma’s brand-new hybrid cushioning technology to ensure modern-day performance. Arriving in a bright combo of reddish-orange and yellow, the shoes also boast a black knit formstripe graphic and a “1973” hit on the heel tab, nodding to the first-ever release of the Clyde.