PUMA Reveals the New Thunder Spectra

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Ugly sneaker trend, dad shoe trend, bulky trainer trend… whatever you wanna call it, chunky silhouettes aren’t going anywhere in 2018. PUMA is the latest brand to join in with a new model by the illustrious name of Thunder Spectra. Sitting on a thick white midsole, the black premium mesh and nubuck upper is accented with color block patches in tones that indeed kind of resemble those on the original YEEZY Wave Runner. But before you call the feline predator brand a copycat, know that the design is inspired both by PUMA’s own 90s running sneakers and their collaborations with Alexander McQueen. Molded TPU elements provide support and stability, ensuring that the athletic approach isn’t limited to retro design cues. A tongue label with the PUMA logo and black laces complete the look.

Release Details – PUMA Thunder Spectra

The PUMA Thunder Spectra releases on April 28, 2018 and goes for 130 €.
You can get your pair at retailers like Overkill, 43einhalb, Afew, The Good Will Out, asphaltgold, Solebox and more.

For more PUMA news, take a look at the brand’s 2018 collaboration with Diamond Supply Co.

Pics via @overkillshop

PUMA Thunder Spectra - On feet (Side)

PUMA Thunder Spectra - On feet

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