Who should buy the Puma Clyde Sock NYC

This pair suits your preference if:

  • You are looking for a shoe with a sock-like upper
  • You consider durability since this is made of leather

Puma Clyde Sock NYC logo

Unique style of Puma Clyde Sock NYC

The Puma Clyde Sock NYC is a one-of-a-kind and modern upgrade on the classic low-top Puma Clyde. 

It has a classic silhouette updated with a leather or nubuck and textile upper and completed with an EvoKNIT sock collar that makes any casual outfit stand out from the rest.

Puma Clyde Sock NYC upper

It is also available in several colorways - some exuding an athletic vibe while others give out a more casual look with their monochromatic aesthetics.

Tube sock feature of Clyde Sock NYC

The Puma Clyde Sock NYC is the kind of sneaker that one can easily distinguish from afar because of its one-of-a-kind tube sock feature that extends down to the toe box.

Puma Clyde Sock NYC sock-like feature

History of Puma Clyde Sock NYC

On April 13, 2017, Puma officially released the Puma Clyde Sock NYC Pack as yet again another tribute to Frazier. 

Puma Clyde Sock NYC design

In July 2017, the Puma Clyde Sock NYC got another release in new colorways and a different upper material. Instead of leather, this release features a half nubuck, half textile construction and in three monochromatic colorways with Puma Clyde branding in gold text.

Puma Clyde Sock NYC outsole2

Facts / Specs

Top: High
Inspired from: Basketball
Collection: Puma Clyde
Colorways: Black / White / Blue
SKUs: 36494801 / 36494802 / 36494803

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