Puma Play PRM History
Puma never ceases to provide high performing and stylish lifestyle shoes and apparels that suit their consumers. Each of their shoes is made with the utmost craftsmanship with functional and innovative technology and quality to deliver comfort, performance, and style.
Puma was founded in Germany in 1924. The company made a big impact on the masses during the 1936 Berlin Olympics when several athletes won medals wearing the Puma footwear. From then on, the company established its stunning reputation among the top athletes and aspiring athletes around the world.
The company also ventured in collaborating with celebrated brands such as Alexander McQueen and Mihara Yasuhiro. They were also able to produce hallmark Puma sneakers such as slick soccer boots, sprint shoes, and classic suede.
In the 1970s, Puma released the Clyde which was named after the basketball star Walt “Clyde” Frazier. Frazier’s image back then was cool, stylish yet rebellious, hence tagging his era as the Race Rebel. The Clyde was the Puma’s first signature basketball shoe in 1978. This model is lighter and wider compared to the original Suede. It has a colorful style and his signature is located on the side. In the span of 2 years, 2 million pairs of Clyde have been sold worldwide.
The Puma Play is a remix of the iconic Clyde. It has an off-court appeal perfect for casual events. Its upper is made of leather with textured patent detailing on the heel and new mid-cut sock-like fit provides comfort. The Puma Play PRM definitely has put a bolder twist in one of Puma’s all-time classics.