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Old school meets new school. That’s one way to describe the Puma Clyde Hardwood.

Puma just introduced their third basketball silhouette–the Puma Clyde Hardwood. The new model was officially unveiled by former and present New York Knicks and PUMA Hoops players at an event in in New York City on Monday, September 16th. In addition to debuting the shoes, highly anticipated rookie, RJ Barrett, second-year forward, Kevin Knox, and NBA legend, Clyde Frazier discussed the evolution of PUMA Hoops basketball from the brand’s decades-long history in the sport.

The Puma Clyde Hardwood is inspired by the original PUMA Clyde that Frazier wore on the court in the 70s. The model boasts an OG look paying tribute to PUMA’s richsports heritage while designed with a lifestyle-first inspired construction. Updated to include today’s latestperformance technology, the result is a perfect hybrid shoe, designed to be worn seamlessly on and off the court. Key features include vintage materials and old school design lines, while the on-court performance of the shoe includes engineered lacing systems, a ProFoam midsole, and a specially tuned traction pattern for the court.

The Puma Clyde Hardwood launch comes ahead of the 2019-20 basketball season. RJ Barrett will debut the Puma Clyde Hardwood on-court at the start of the NBA season on October 22nd.

The Puma Clyde Hardwood will be available in-stores and online at PUMA.com starting October 18th for the retail price of $120.

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Don’t sleep on the Puma Uproar Core basketball model. This model comes dressed in a classic High Risk Red and Puma Black color scheme. The colorway is a nod to the design and culture of the 90s remixed with modern PUMA Hoops tech.
Details on the Puma Uproar Core include Puma’s Hybrid custom cushioning tech providing you with the highest level of energy return and responsiveness through an entire game. The upper comes with a dynamic lacing and fit system with anchor points on the collar and through the forefoot ensure a full and secure lock down. When it comes to branding, you will find the PUMA Formstrip on the lateral sides and the PUMA Cat Logo at the heel.
Out now, find the Puma Uproar Core High Risk Red Puma Black at Puma.com for the retail price of $130.

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