As the world gears up for the 2024 Olympics in Paris, Puma is feeling its presence in the performance basketball category. The brand, which reemerged as a major player in basketball footwear after a hiatus, is celebrating the upcoming games with the release of the Puma All-Pro Nitro Paris Games. Alongside this pair, Breanna Stewart’s third signature sneaker will also be part of the Olympic celebration.
The Puma All-Pro Nitro Paris Games is a fitting tribute to the global sporting event, featuring a stylish and functional design. The sneaker sports an engineered mesh upper adorned with a striking blue and red square pattern across the toe, symbolizing the vibrancy and diversity of the Olympic Games. This material is complemented by durable tumbled leather overlays on the vamp and eyestays, adding a touch of elegance and resilience to the sneaker's overall design. Most of the sneaker is dressed in a crisp white colorway, harmonizing with the tongue, sockliner, iconic Puma Formstrip, and heel tab. Accenting this is black All Pro" branding on the lateral heel and a matching Puma logo on the tongue, creating a bold and dynamic look.
In terms of functionality, the All-Pro Nitro is designed to cater to the needs of athletes. It features a white and clear midsole infused with Puma’s innovative Nitro Foam cushioning. This technology ensures optimal comfort and responsiveness, essential for high-intensity basketball games. The clear rubber outsole complements the design aesthetically and provides superior traction and durability.
The Puma All-Pro Nitro Paris Games has begun to hit retailers in the EU with a global launch through Puma and select retailers slated for the coming weeks. Available in men’s sizing, the retail price is set at $130. For updates on this release and more, stay connected to the Sole Retriever mobile app, your go-to source for the latest news, releases, raffles, and more in the sneaker and streetwear world.
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