Mail time! Puma recently blessed our mailbox with not one, but two different iterations of the Puma Tsugi: One pair from the Puma Tsugi Shinsei 90’s Pack and one pair of the Puma Tsugi Netfit. Let’s take a closer look at both.

 

 

Pup not included

Starting off with the presentation of the Puma Tsugi Shinsei 90’s Pack (hats off, Puma). Puma went all out with this one, man! Being that this Puma Tsugi Shinsei comes dressed in colorfiul 90’s vibes, the shoe came with a bunch of items many of us used back in the 90s (assuming you were an adolescence back in the day). Inside a clear see through backpack you will find a Black and Grey Puma windbreaker, a koozie with a classic design straight from the 90s, a Squeezeit juice, a disposable flash camera, some puddy, a koosh ball, a water gun, a gameboy-style phone case, fruit gushers, fruit by the foot, retro-style sunglasses and some hubbba bubba buble tape. Talk about childhood nostalgia, huh?

FYI: The retail version of the Puma Tsugi Shinsei 90’s Pack will not come with all the ’90s goodies you see above.

The Puma Tsugi Shinsei comes equipped with IGNITE Foam in the foot-bed for flexibility and cushioning. The unique lacing concept gives you the liberty to personalize the fit. It also comes with a sock construction with padded tongue and textile vamp. The elastic heel wrap features Puma branding while the razor-edged rubber outsole completes the look. I got the Green and Black colorway, which is dope since that’s the one I had my eye on from the get-go.

The Puma Tsugi Netfit came in your traditional Green Puma box, but there’s nothing traditional about the new design utilized on the model. Back in May, Puma introduced their new lacing system that goes by the name of NETFIT. NETFIT offers a unique customizable lacing system that will adapt to whatever you performance needs and style preference is, all in one shoe. The Puma Tsugi is one of the first models to try on the NETFIT lacing system. Using netted mesh as overlays on the side panels allows you to have complete control over how you’d like to lace up your sneaker. Although I haven’t had the chance to play around with my own creative designs, I already have a few ideas in mind. I’m pretty excited to see what I can come up with.

Both the Puma Tsugi Shinsei 90’s Pack ($110) and the Puma Tsugi Netfit ($95) are now available directly from Puma.com as well as select Puma retailers now.

A big thank you to Puma for blessing me with both pairs, it’s very much appreciated.

words & images by: Juan Carrillo

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