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Fit & Sizing

The Puma Suede Classic Badge Iced is a men’s footwear. The silhouette is available in sizes ranging from 4 to 14. Lace closure keeps the fit snug and adjustable.

The brightly colored Puma Suede Classic Badge Iced sneakers will definitely jazz up any outfit. However, since they’re already vividly hued, outfits with understated or monochromatic hues would work with them better. Match your Classic Badge Iced with jeans, joggers, or shorts.

Aside from the classic silhouette beloved of many generations, the Puma Suede Classic Badge Iced is notable for its eye-catching colorways and iced rubber sole. Comfort also doesn’t lag behind as the footwear feels cozy enough for long walks.

The Puma Suede Classic Badge Iced takes inspiration from the silhouette of its forerunner, the Puma Suede. The Puma Suede was designed for the sport of track and field and had a rounded shape, a thick rubber sole, and a suede upper. At a time when canvas and leather shoes were the norm, Puma set the trend by producing one made of suede. This innovative model quickly caught the attention of the fashion world and gained widespread popularity.

Because of its popularity, and indeed it remains to this day one of Puma’s best-known shoes, the brand released various Puma Suede versions, colorways, and collaborations of the Suede throughout the years since its debut. Among these is the Puma Suede Classic Badge Iced which retains much of the DNA of its predecessor but adds bright colors into the mix along with an icy outsole.

  • The Puma Suede Classic Badge Iced’s shaft measures approximately 2.5 inches from the arch.


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