After two decades, PUMA is prime to get back on the hardwood with the Clyde Court Disrupt. A reworking of its OG Clyde sneaker, the German-based brand’s introduction into basketball stood as a monumental moment for the sport and its surrounding culture. Signing future Hall of Famer, Walter “Clyde” Frazier, to lead the silhouette, the partnership stood as the NBA’s first signature sneaker. Known as a fashion icon, Fraizer brought style on-and-off the court similar to his model’s transcendence from its athletic roots to style supremacy.
The new lightweight, iteration includes technical updates that foster fit and comfort alongside style cues to take it from on the court to off. Featuring a bold palette of yellow and red, the upper features an engineered collar and knit construction to secure and support the foot. In tandem, the external heel counter and lace system affix the foot in place. And, with a responsive foam sole and rubber cupsole, stability and durability allow for explosive, cushioned, movements.
The PUMA Clyde Court Disrupt is dropping on October 1, and you can head to PUMA’s website for more information.