Puma taps into the fever for all things ’90s with plans for a collection with FUBU, a brand famously founded in a Hollis, Queens basement in 1992 by Daymond John and his friends, Keith Perrin, J. Alexander Martin and Carl Brown.
As part of Puma Suede’s 50th anniversary, the FUBU team designed a Classic Suede shoe and a collection of apparel inspired by the tracksuits that were a major theme of city-center fashion during the heyday of ’90s urban labels.
The Puma and FUBU Classic Suede sneaker features a black velour upper and red velour lining. Red velour piping outlines the Puma logo, all of which sits atop a black midsole and red outsole. The shoe includes three sets of laces in black, red and white.
Footwear detail coordinates with a black and red velour T7 tracksuit, which includes a satin twill “What Will Your Legacy Look Like” patch on the back of the jacket. There’s also a white t-shirt screened with Puma and Fubu branding.
Puma and FUBU’s collection will drop on puma.com and leading sneaker retailer worldwide January 26, 2018.