The Roma is the stuff of PUMA Archive legend with its sport-turned-street style. The original, which debuted in 1968, was geared for sprints, hurdles, and sweatbands with its padded nylon-suede styling and knack for collecting medals. It's reissued here, in all its glory (less the tube socks) and is fully equipped with a padded tongue and arch support. Fresh details include its synthetic leather upper and modern color palette.
The PUMA Suede is definitely the most well-known and popular of all PUMA shoes and rightly deserves its place in every Hall of Fame. In cultural terms, the Suede can be credited as the first shoe of "B-Boyism". This great version of the Suede Classic+ comes in fresh colors that will round off your sport-infused lifestyle.
Featuring old-school PUMA styling with modern enhancements, the PUMA Classic Suede can be dressed up or down for daily wear.
Back in 1968, the city scene was packed with hot chicks in hot pants and tall boys in basketball shorts. That was when PUMA first lit a fire under culture's keister with the Suede silhouette. The industry rebel that said "nay" to ordinary leather, the Suede was a warm-up shoe made infamous by athletic greats such as basketball's Walt "Clyde" Frazier and the track's Tommie Smith. It hit new levels of fame during the '80s dawn of b-boys and hip hop beats, taking over New York City blocks. And to this day, it remains PUMA's most epic icon of sport-inspired style with its smooth suede and streetwise swagger.