PUMA Weekend OG

This August sees PUMA delve deep into the archive and begin to explore perhaps some of the more forgotten styles in its vast vault of sporting styles. Starting with this 'Weekend Shoe'.

Originally designed for the French market as a leisure shoe and one of the first shoes designed by Rudolf Dassler’s son when he was sent off to set up Puma France in the ’70s.  We can picture it now, Rudi Jr whizzing round the cobbled streets of grand Pari in a Citroen SM (complete with those sodium yellow headlights) with PUMA's latest creation proudly on foot. It later found its way across the Atlantic to the USA.
PUMA brings back this subtle and wearable wedge of 70's perfection. The Weekend OG is a sleek low profile styled model most notably known for its lack of branding. Featuring no formstrip and a classic PUMA construction to the upper, this shoe lets it’s rich chocolaty suede on the upper do the talking. Down below a Puma crepe-styled rubber cup sole unit runs beneath to add a satisfying point of difference in texture and keeping things suitably 70's on the styling front.

The PUMA Weekend OG launches at HANON via an ONLINE RAFFLE, enter via the button below!

PUMA Weekend OG
38625701
Brown
Price: £85.00

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