The Puma Rebound Street SD is offered in men’s sizes. The gentlemen can choose from sizes 6 to 14. Although generally having a good fit, the shoe can feel a bit narrow in the first few uses but will eventually break-in.
Inspired by basketball and the streets, the Puma Rebound Street SD is a stylish shoe that aims to elevate your streetwear cred. Pair it with shorts for a game day in the nearest court or dress it up with a pair of pants and polo shirt for a trendier ensemble. You can tuck the pants in the shoe for a sleeker look, too. Opt for this shoe if you’re after a classic and fresh looking outfit.
The Puma Rebound Street SD’s upper is crafted from leather with suede accents throughout. The shoe features the traditional lace-up for closure with the hook-and-loop Velcro strap in the collar area for added hold and protection. It is marketed as a mid-cut silhouette.
The Puma Formstrip can be seen on both sides of the shoe while branding is placed on the tongue, Velcro strap, and heel areas. The tongue and collar are padded for comfort and cushioning.
Specifically designed with the streets in mind, the Puma Rebound Street was released in 2015 and has been interpreted in multiple ways since. One interpretation is the Puma Rebound Street SD. Evident from its name this shoe is Puma’s take on the tradition and evolution of the basketball trainer.
Marketed as a mid-cut training shoe, it features a padded collar and tongue for cushioning and a Velcro strap for added support and style. It boasts of the classic basketball design that could add to your street style.
The Puma Rebound Street SD is available in kid’s sizes.
The shoe’s Velcro strap is removable.
The SD in the name of the shoe stands for Suede, which the uppers have accents of the material throughout.
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