Venturing back into one of the most prominent eras for running sneakers, both the XT2 and Blaze of Glory shot to fame in the 90’s for their distinctive use of the revolutionary PUMA Trinomic technology. Trinomic changed the scene with its honeycomb cells cushioning before quickly moving from the track to the streets, where the styles were quickly adopted by street style and sneaker scene. The PUMA X SWASH London debut collection enhances the Blaze of Glory and XT2 by infusing these already distinctive silhouettes with SWASH London’s signature print. Both styles are decked in bright, bold leather and mesh upper with the piece de resistance being the hand-drawn and painted illustration on the mesh material. Dubbed ORNITHOPTER SUNSET or OS, the original print is inspired by the idea of a great escape in an amazing flying machine, influenced by Otto Lilienthal's early gliders.
Item: Puma x Swash London Blaze of Glory - ‘ORNITHOPTER SUNSET’
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