Telling great stories is foundational in sneaker culture. It’s as important as design, sentiment, and inspiration. PUMA continues to excel in this area with their legacy offering, this year inspired by David T. Howard High School – an Atlanta-based institution of higher learning critical in the development of African-Americans both past and present.
Attended by the likes of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and PUMA’s own Walt “Clyde” Frazier, the second rollout of the legacy collection highlights Howard High’s traditional school colors canvassed across the Clyde, Sky II High and the budding Igntite evoKNIT. Each of the models and the adjoining apparel offering reign true to the school’s slogan ‘Blue and Gold Will Save Your Soul.’
Expect this second drop of the PUMA Legacy Collection to release on February 2 at PUMA Lab Powered by Foot Locker, DTLR, Footaction and PUMA.com.