Puma Heads To Japan With Their Latest “Sashiko” Pack

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This week, Puma will be releasing a two-piece set of the timeless Puma Suede Vintage. The inspiration behind the design comes from a Japanese art form known as “Sashiko,” which is traditional Japanese needlework used to decorate or reinforce clothing.

Each pair arrives in “Intense Blue” and “Vaporous Grey” colorways, with high-quality suede uppers and a shorter vamp compared to their non “Made In Japan” counterparts. In place of the standard logos, the duo utilizes metallic gold on the “PUMA” text. Highlighting the pair are the navy side stripes that exhibit a twill-like build with embroidery patterns using the “Sashiko” style of stitching. Wrapping up the design are traditional white rubber soles and “Made In Japan” written on the heels.

The Puma Suede Vintage Made In Japan “Sashiko” pack will be available on September 19 at Puma and select retailers for $180 each. In the meantime, check out the images below and hit up our sneaker release page for more updates on upcoming releases. Keep it locked at Nice Kicks for more sneaker-related content.

Puma Suede Made In Japan “Sashiko” Pack

Colorway: Intense Blue/Intense Blue | Vaporous Grey/Intense Blue
Style #: 381166-02 | 381166-01
Release Date: September 19, 2021
Price: $180

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