By - January 6th, 2012

Some footwear labels and styles are intrinsically linked to a time in history, forever conjuring a certain nostalgic feel. The PUMA Suede is undoubtedly one of those, a sneaker ubiquitous during the dawn of hip-hop in New York City, especially amongst the pioneers of break dancing. Puma is bringing it back out with a VNTG treatment this time around, managing to stay pretty true to the OG silhouette. As important as the nappy suede treatment on the uppers are the resplendent fat laces, a crucial element in the b-boy feel they evoke. The pack is split between high and lows, with each pair sticking to the simple two-toned colorblocking. Continue reading to check out these new goodies from Puma and stick with us for word on a US release. via atmos